NJ Now: A look at the Primary Election results

In this episode of NJ Now, we take a look at the New Jersey Primary Election results that saw Congressman Andy Kim win the Democratic nomination for Senate after his lawsuit to abolish the party line on the ballot, and businessman Curtis Bashaw win the Republican nomination. This is as incumbent Senator Bob Menendez files to run as an independent while still on trial for corruption charges.

Crime in the City full episode: June 7, 2024

A look at some of the more notable crimes across the New York City area this week, including a shooting that injured young children on a Brooklyn playground, a brazen helmet attack caught on camera, and a shoutout involving NYPD cops.

Fleeing China for a better life | Migrants in America

As the city continues to grapple with the migrant crisis, we are taking a closer look at the experiences of one group making this their new home. Chinese nationals are among those crossing the southern border and settling in New York City. FOX 5 NY's Stephanie Bertini has the latest in our "Migrants in America" series.

Crime in the City full episode: May 31, 2024

A look at some of the more notable crimes across the New York City area this week, including a Lisa Evers exclusive NYPD takedown of a Brooklyn gang linked to numerous murders and an NYPD Traffic Agent sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher in Harlem.

Crime in the City full episode: May 24, 2024

A look at some of the more notable crimes across the New York City area this week, including a random attack on the Upper East Side, a possible hate crime in Brooklyn and a robbery-gone-wrong caught on camera.

NJ Now: Substance abuse in the Garden State

In this episode of New Jersey Now, Angelo Valente, Executive Director of the Partnership For A Drug-Free New Jersey, talks about the issues of substance abuse throughout Garden State communities and the programs in place for assistance.

NJ Now: Mental health long-term impacts for kids

Mental health, safety, and even the long-term impacts for children when it comes to social media. What signs should parents be looking for, and what are the solutions to address an issue that is negatively affecting today’s youth! Dr. Tara Chalakani, CEO of Preferred Behavioral Health Group gives us some insight in this episode of NJ Now.

NJ Now: Almost time for the Primary Election

A little more than a month away from the Primary Election! For the Democrats, the ballot will look a lot different from previous elections after an appeals court upholds the ruling to abolish the line – the result of a lawsuit brought by Senate candidate Andy Kim! Also, the trial for Senator Bob Menendez is set to begin in only a couple of weeks. Republican Strategist Jeanette Hoffman, Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill, and Peter Woolley join us on this episode of NJ Now.

NJ Now: Challenges facing home healthcare workers

As home healthcare workers care for the sick and the elderly, many struggle to make a living wage, forcing them to look for supplemental work or leave the industry entirely for a higher-paying job. What impact can it have on home health care and what are the possible solutions! Nancy Fitterer, President and CEO of the Home Care and Hospice Association of New Jersey discusses the issue on this episode of NJ Now.

Crime in the City full episode: April 19, 2024

A look at some of the more notable crimes across the New York City area this week, including a little girl punched at Grand Central, a deadly drive-by shooting in the Bronx and a brazen knife fight caught on camera in Manhattan.

NJ Now: Experts weigh in on NJ's electoral future

In this episode of New Jersey Now, panelists including Assemblymember Shavonda Sumter, Political Strategist Jeanette Hoffman, Dan Cassino of the Fairleigh Dickinson University Poll, and Terrence McDonald of the New Jersey Monitor discuss how the lawsuit will impact the future of elections in the Garden State.

Crime in the City full episode: April 12, 2024

A look at some of the more notable crimes across the New York City area this week, including a shocking, caught-on-camera crime in Queens, a man stabbed in the head on a Bronx, and a convicted killer learning his fate in court.

NJ Now: Making Hoboken a book sanctuary city

It has been a year since the subject of book banning became a major issue across the country. In the 2022–23 school year, the non-profit Pen America recorded over 3,000 instances of book bans in our public school classrooms and libraries. It has led the Hoboken City Council to unanimously approve a resolution to make Hoboken a book sanctuary city, the first in New Jersey. Jennie Pu, Director of Hoboken Public Library, discusses the latest in this episode of NJ Now.

Crime in the City full episode: April 5, 2024

A look at some of the more notable crimes across the New York City area this week, including a series of random attacks in Central Park, a sucker-punch suspect back on the streets and a major bust at a squatters' den in the Bronx.