March 12, 2020: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

March 12, 2020 | Full Episodes

Gov. Phil Murphy recommends cancelling events of 250 or more people — as the coronavirus changes how people live, work and play.

In Jersey City, the mayor cancels public events, prepares to impose a curfew while schools remain open.

Also, South Jersey gets its turn to scrutinize the governor’s $40 billion budget with a spotlight on funding for schools.

Plus, the NJ Transit board hashes out the budget, coronavirus preparations and harsh words from the Senate president.

And skills for the future. New Jersey’s apprenticeship program gets a big financial boost to give workers training for high tech jobs.