Bob Hennelly appears in the following:
Thursday, October 30, 2003
As New Jersey's most crucial legislative campaign in a generation comes into the home stretch the flood of negative campaign ads has yet to crest. Bob Hennelly has more on the state's most expensive battle for the state house ever.
Thursday, October 23, 2003
So with just a few more campaign days before the election that will decide who controls the closely divided New Jersey legislature how are voters feeling about their options? Reporter Bob Hennelly took the Garden State Parkway to find out.
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Monday, October 06, 2003
While the latest national job numbers show some improvement, the manufacturing sector continues its more than three year decline. Locally, the decline of that sector has left lots of physical evidence that reporter Bob Hennelly has found on the New York-New Jersey waterfront.
Wednesday, September 10, 2003
As residents of the NY Metro area quietly reflect on how the world around them is different since the attack which brought down the Twin Towers -there are small memorials and services planned in many of the towns that circle the city. Close to 700 of those killed on 9-11 ...
Monday, August 25, 2003
In 1999, when New Jersey Officials admitted the state police engaged in racial profiling, there was a tremendous effort to improve the accountability of the 2700 state troopers. The state had to pay millions in claims filed against officers and commit to federal monitors to reform their internal affairs process. ...
Wednesday, July 30, 2003
During the first two years of the McGreevy Administration, the New Jersey Governor has suffered from a series of political missteps. Bob Hennelly has more on the how the furor over the selection of the state's Poet Laureate position led to its abolishment. Read Baraka's controversial poem
Tuesday, June 17, 2003
In New Jersey state and federal prosecutors are busy with several high profile public corruption probes. Polls show a major erosion in public trust with voters estimating that half of all their elected officials are corrupt. Bob Hennelly has more.
Monday, June 02, 2003
In New Jersey an unprecedented number of primary challenges in tomorrow's state legislative races have sent campaign spending into the stratosphere. Bob Hennelly has more.
Tuesday, May 27, 2003
New Jersey has a long history of film-making. The Marlon Brando classic "On the Waterfront" was the FIRST film made in the Garden State to win the Oscar for Best Picture. There is now a debate over how New Jersey can continue to be a "contender" when it comes to ...
Tuesday, April 15, 2003
Voters go to the polls in New Jersey to vote on local school boards. Voters are in short supply. Bob Hennelly has more. The polls in New Jersey close at 9 o'clock tonight.
Tuesday, March 25, 2003
Coordinating private protection and public policing has been a major goal specifically when it comes to airport security. But there may be a downside as Bob Hennelly reports from Newark on a major security firm founded by a former Newark police officer.
Monday, March 10, 2003
Not since World War II have so many state governments found themselves so deeply in debt. In New Jersey, Governor McGreevey says a multi-billion dollar budget gap left him no choice but to cut funding to the arts. These cuts amount to less than one tenth of one percent of ...
Tuesday, February 04, 2003
This morning New Jersey doctors continue their slowdown as they march on Trenton to bring their case directly to state legislators. They are protesting the sky-rocketing price of malpractice insurance premiums. Bob Hennelly reports on the crisis and the impact of the job action which is taking place this week.
Monday, January 27, 2003
In Newark, funeral services were held for 7 year old Faheem Williams. His body was found earlier in a locked basement along with his two starving brothers. The state's Division of Youth and Family Services, known as DYFS, has been faulted in the case and reforms are said to be ...
Tuesday, January 14, 2003
In New Jersey a dozen motorists, who say they were victims of racial profiling by the New Jersey State Police, are splitting a $775,000 settlement. But the ACLU and the lawyers that brought the case say the issue of racial profiling is not nearly resolved. Bob Hennelly has more.
Wednesday, November 27, 2002
In August of 2001, a New Jersey Turnpike construction crew working on an interchange for the Secaucus Rail Transfer station made a disturbing discover -- 600 buried bodies. The unmarked graves were part a Hudson County cemetery that dates back to the mid-19th century. Now, Turnpike officials are grappling with ...
Thursday, November 07, 2002
New Jersey voters brought their former Senator Frank Lautenberg out of retirement for a fourth term, beating Republican Doug Forrester 54 to 44 percent. It was a rough and tumble race that started with incumbent Robert Torricelli fighting for his future amidst charges of ethics problems and ended with his ...
Friday, November 01, 2002
Nationally there are just a few open Congressional seats voters are certain to fill with a new face. New Jersey's fifth congressional district is one of them. With no incumbent among the candidates running, and with control of Congress in the balance, the stakes there are high. WNYC's Bob Hennelly ...
Friday, November 01, 2002
As election day approaches, Bob Hennelly looks at the evolution of the US Senate race in New Jersey. Is Frank Lautenberg's age a factor? Will Douglass Forrester be able to bring his numbers up among women?
Tuesday, October 22, 2002
US Senate candidate Doug Forrester is struggling to define himself in the eyes of New Jersey voters. Before Senator Robert Torricelli dropped out of the race, the Republican candidate often emphasized that he was not Torricelli -- and did well in the polls, partly as a result. Now polls show ...