Six coronavirus-related deaths in the US. New Jersey’s got no confirmed case of coronavirus, but the state’s planning to test one person who’s self-quarantined at home.
As the opioid epidemic persists, state leaders say non-traditional partnerships have become key to the fight.
Plus, Murphy pledges more money for NJ Transit without fare hikes, so who’s going to pay for it? NJ Spotlight’s John Reitmeyer breaks it down.
Also, active shooter drills. Are they doing more harm than good to students in the classroom?
And we visit a make believe town that helps those with special needs learn real life skills.