News 12 Talks New Jersey-logo

News 12 Talks New Jersey

News & Politics Podcasts >

Daily news updates, weather info, special reports and more from News 12 New Jersey. Morning updates from News 12's Don Smith. The news and info you need for your day in the Garden State.

Daily news updates, weather info, special reports and more from News 12 New Jersey. Morning updates from News 12's Don Smith. The news and info you need for your day in the Garden State.
More Information

Location:

United States

Description:

Daily news updates, weather info, special reports and more from News 12 New Jersey. Morning updates from News 12's Don Smith. The news and info you need for your day in the Garden State.

Twitter:

@news12talks

Language:

English

Contact:

5168049443


Episodes

April 18, 2019 morning news brief

4/18/2019
More
Today's trending topics: A very strange incident involving gasoline at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan. Police in Newark are increasing security ahead of the holiday weekend. Police in Bergen County are looking for a bank robber.

Duration:00:07:51

April 17, 2019 evening news brief

4/17/2019
More
Today's evening topics: A Jersey City man is charged for allegedly running down a pedestrian in Hoboken. Disney pledges $5 million to help reconstruct the Notre Dame cathedral. And a strike at Rutgers University is averted.

Duration:00:10:37

April 17, 2019 morning news brief

4/17/2019
More
Today's trending topics: A professor and teachers' strike at Rutgers University may have been averted. A new twist in the controversial Playboy bunny display in Clifton. When it comes to the flu, don't let your guard down yet!

Duration:00:07:13

April 16, 2019 evening news brief

4/16/2019
More
Today's evening topics: The latest on the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in France, authorities make a major drug bust in Asbury Park and a hero NJ Transit bus driver rescues a person after a crash.

Duration:00:10:22

April 16, 2019 morning news brief

4/16/2019
More
Today's trending topics: Notre Dame Cathedral fire. The woman charged in connection to a GoFundMe scam has pleaded guilty. Congressman Frank Pallone will unveil new legislation.

Duration:00:04:51

Ask Governor Murphy - April 2019

4/15/2019
More
Gov. Phil Murphy answered questions from constituents on News 12 New Jersey. Topics discussed include taxes, sanctuary city policies and minimum wage. (This conversation was recorded April 15, 2019)

Duration:00:41:09

April 15, 2019 evening news brief

4/15/2019
More
Today's evening topics: Fire engulfs the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and a 12-year-old boy is struck and killed along Route 208 in Fair Lawn.

Duration:00:09:01

April 15, 2019 morning news brief

4/15/2019
More
Today's trending topics: Big storms coming through the area. Huge fire at a Jersey Shore landmark this weekend. Toms River woman has died after being hit by a driver.

Duration:00:04:30

April 12, 2019 evening news brief

4/12/2019
More
Today's evening topics: A dad drops his three daughters to safety when a fire breaks out in Jersey City, and Gov. Murphy signs a law permitting assisted suicide for terminally ill patients

Duration:00:10:15

Kane In Your Corner: Consumer Alert on Lemon Laws

4/12/2019
More
Your car is a big investment, especially if you buy it new. But if you have a problem with your new car, will you be protected? It may depend on where you live. The Center for Auto Safety recently released a ranking of all states' Lemon Laws. Kane In Your Corner's Walt Kane talks to Amy Ginsburg, automotive attorney for Kimmel & Silverman, about Lemon Law protection.

Duration:00:06:15

April 12, 2019 morning news brief

4/12/2019
More
Two East Brunswick students suspended. The Union County Arson Squad is looking into what caused a deadly fire in Cranford. Passaic County Prosecutor's office is investigating a deadly shooting in Paterson.

Duration:00:05:26

April 11, 2019 evening news brief

4/11/2019
More
Today's evening topics: Neighbors protest over the stench coming from Keegan Landfill in Kearny and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is arrested in London.

Duration:00:09:48

April 10, 2019 evening news brief

4/10/2019
More
Today's evening topics: A homicide investigation in a Plainfield park, a fiery car crash in Kearny and an ex-Montgomery High School teacher admits to sending nude photos to a student.

Duration:00:08:53

April 9, 2019 evening news brief

4/9/2019
More
Today's evening topics: Faculty members at Rutgers prepare for a possible strike, a beloved school principal dies after donating bone marrow and New Jersey mandates that the Keegan Landfill install air-quality monitors.

Duration:00:11:08

April 9, 2019 morning news brief

4/9/2019
More
- Westfield High School principal passes away suddenly. - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 123 people during a monthlong operation in New Jersey. - Profits are down at casinos in Atlantic City.

Duration:00:07:47

April 8, 2019 evening news brief

4/8/2019
More
Today's evening topics: New Jersey Transit blames WWE for train delays following WrestleMania 35, young parents face charges for allegedly killing their newborn and actress Felicity Huffman pleads guilty to a college admission scheme.

Duration:00:09:23

April 8, 2019 morning news brief

4/8/2019
More
Here are the headlines for Monday, April 8, 2019: -A man is in custody this morning after drug deal turned violent in Ocean County. -More than 200 volunteers spent the weekend searching for a missing woman with dementia. -One of New Jersey's legendary coaches has died.

Duration:00:06:23

Kane In Your Corner: Your Next Pet, Avoiding Scams

4/5/2019
More
For years, the advice on how to get your next pet was simple: Adopt, don't shop. The problem is it's not as easy as it used to be. Some 85 million American families now own a pet – about seven in 10 families -- but many unwittingly get animals raised by mass breeders, sometimes called “puppy mills.” And consumer advocates say thousands of prospective pet owners fall victim to pet scams each year. Last month, authorities in Iowa busted a “puppy-laundering ring.” Dogs from puppy mills were...

Duration:00:06:40

April 5, 2019 evening news brief

4/5/2019
More
Today's evening topics: Former WFAN host Craig Carton has been sentenced in a ticket reselling scam, disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner must register as a sex offender and more cases of the measles are reported in New Jersey.

Duration:00:07:23

April 5, 2019 morning news brief

4/5/2019
More
Here are the latest headlines for April 5, 2019: -In Ocean Township, all five public schools are closed today. - A Jersey City police officer-- accused of stealing money. - There's a new effort to finally solve years-old cold cases in North Jersey.

Duration:00:05:17