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.
Mom passed heroin ring to son — and is on the run, cops say
Four people remain at large.
Trash once marred Jersey beaches, but today’s worry is climate change
"When I was first elected to the state Legislature, there was a true crisis out there," said former state Sen. Joseph Kyrillos.
To manage deer population, NJ residents are fine with hunting
In a poll from FDU, many cited negative run-ins with deer.
Drugs & alcohol on the job — more prevalent than you’d think
When you're addicted, you're addicted. And over time, any place may be the perfect spot to satisfy a fix — even the office.
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.
NJ drivers, unhappy with condition of roads and bridges, want repairs
Most New Jersey motorists in a new poll say the state's roads and bridges are in bad shape and should be fixed.
Nurses taking care of fewer patients at once — Is this why?
The patient-to-nurse ratio has decreased throughout New Jersey in most specialty areas, according to a Rutgers study.
NJ pet funeral homes offering closure to grieving owners
A funeral for Murphy is scheduled for Friday at 2 p.m.
NJ lawmaker: Mess with assisted suicide, you’re a murderer
Assemblyman Robert Auth says altering a medication request with the intent of killing a patient, or coercing someone into taking the drugs, is akin to murder.
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.
How NJ colleges are tackling campus sexual assault
In June 2017, the New Jersey Task Force on Campus Sexual Assault released a set of recommendations for colleges and universities on how they can better address the sensitive issue.
Worried Democrats already want to tweak NJ’s $15 minimum wage
Assemblyman Roy Freiman, D-Somerset, said his bill serves as a "circuit breaker" that presses pause on escalating increases should employment or revenues take a plunge.