I am a digital journalist for New Jersey 101.5FM. I began working with the station in 2007 as a morning news producer (I don't miss the 4 a.m. to 12 p.m. schedule) until my shift into the field. This job is always full of surprises; I never know where the next assignment will take me.
Multitasking behind the wheel? NJ poll shows you’re not hiding it well
The poll asks drivers what they believe is the biggest hazard on New Jersey's roads.
Deadbeat drivers? NJ stops automatically suspending licenses for late child support
The change stems from a New Jersey Superior Court ruling issued on Dec. 7, which said that suspending driver's licenses without a hearing to determine the cause was both counterproductive and violated the procedural due process rights of parents.
No more nicotine pods? NJ vape shops react
The chief of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said his agency may need to pull pod-based nicotine products off the shelves, at least temporarily.
Feeding an expiring meter has never been easier in some NJ towns
A growing number of municipalities are linking their meters with an app you download to your phone, to hopefully avoid headaches for everyone.
Tick, Lyme problem worsening in New Jersey, experts say
But only one county has a surveillance program in place for these disease-carrying pests.
Esports: Can New Jersey be a contender?
State lawmakers don't know much yet about the increasingly popular world of competitive video gaming, a.k.a. esports, but they know New Jersey should be part of the fun.
NJ may require reporting of fireworks-related injuries
"I think it's very important for law enforcement, for parents, for everybody involved to see this information," Assemblyman Ralph Caputo said.
Sarah Stern case: How to try a murder charge with no body
A former prosecutor says there's likely enough to demonstrate guilt.
CBD — not to be confused with weed — is legal and sold in NJ
One of the many cannabinoids found in cannabis, CBD is known as the non-psychoactive "cousin" of marijuana.
Most NJ residents can’t pass U.S. citizenship exam. Try this test
New Jersey does have plenty of company. In only one state, Vermont, did more residents pass than fail.
Major events headed to MetLife Stadium. Another Super Bowl too?
World Cup is coming in 2016, but other major events are also slated to pack the home of the Giants and Jets.
How prepared is NJ for a public health emergency?
According to a new report, all states have made progress in preparedness since the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.