Sept. 6, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

September 6, 2016 | Full Episodes

Back to school means back to battles over politics and money. The state and teachers’ union still at odds with funding, testing and state control in the balance.

The feds are investing in Camden with more than $16 million to rebuild, renew and repair so it can regenerate its economy.

In Newark, more killings. But also more cooperation between the police and the community in addressing crime in our cities.

Those tax breaks for people who live in this state and work over the river. They could be rescinded. Imagine the outcry from the about-to-be double taxed.

The Motor Vehicle Commission enters the 21st century. You can now take a driver’s test even if your car does have a backup camera.

And a baby girl abandoned in a stranger’s car 80 years ago lives with a mystery. And a glorious history.