May 9, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

May 9, 2019 | Full Episodes

NJ Transit officials are on the budget hot seat. They promised no fare hikes, but advocates continue to fear that the agency’s deeply underfunded.

The governor tries for business-as-usual as political lines harden around him. Is gridlock going to be the new normal in Trenton?

A new report finds over 100,000 New Jersey seniors are eligible for federal food assistance programs, but aren’t using them.

Hundreds of high school and college students from Newark, and from as far as the Bronx, attend the first-ever Urban Youth Conference.

Plus, the state reports a record number of visitors last year. What’s this year’s shore cast?

And, we’ll show you works of art that enliven lost memories.