David Madden

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NJ Senator Proposes Anyone Applying For Driver’s License Be Automatically Registered To Vote

State Senator James Beach wants anyone old enough to vote to be automatically registered to vote when they apply for a drivers license.



Experts, Tracking Great White Shark Off NJ Coast, Say No Warning Is Warranted

First, get that “Jaws” music out of your head.

KYW Newsradio 1060–05/08/2015

(Volunteers from "Mothers Matter" distribute gift bags at Cooper Hospital in Camden.  Photo by David Madden)

Volunteer Group Hoping To Make Mother’s Day Happier For Moms in Hospitals

Representatives of “Mothers Matter” delivered 100 specially designed gift bags to Cooper Hospital, in Camden.

KYW Newsradio 1060–05/08/2015

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Cape May Throwing Weekend-Long Party For US Coast Guard

A three-day party starts Friday in Cape May to honor the city’s and the county’s long history with the US Coast Guard.


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NJ Erecting New and Improved Protective Dunes Along Long Beach Island

A spokesman for the NJ Department of Environmental Protection says it will take about a year and cost more than $120 million.

KYW Newsradio 1060–05/07/2015

(NJ deputy attorney general Jean Reilly argues the Christie administration's case before the NJ Supreme Court.  Image from State of NJ TV)

NJ High Court Hears Christie Administration Argue Against Its Mandated Pension Payments

Deputy attorney general Jean Reilly argued that any payment is subject to legislative appropriations every year and, in the end, whether the state can afford it.

KYW Newsradio 1060–05/06/2015

The Atlantic City boardwalk. (Credit:  KYW's Andrew Kramer)

Atlantic City Planning For Another Glorious Summer Season, Officials Say

There will be a couple of mega beach concerts this year (details to come in a couple of weeks), along with the usual offering of star-studded entertainment, family oriented events, nightlife, and outlet shopping.

KYW Newsradio 1060–05/05/2015

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Ex-Christie Ally Pleads Guilty In Traffic Jam Case

David Wildstein did not implicate Christie in the scheme that has cast a long shadow over the Republican governor’s White House prospects in 2016.

KYW Newsradio 1060–05/01/2015

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Guilty Plea Expected In ‘Bridgegate’ Scandal

There are developments in the scandal which has dogged the Christie Administration for over a year.


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Poll: Serious Racial Divide In How People Perceive Police

A newly released national poll confirms what a lot of people have suspected: African-Americans are less likely to trust their local police department than those of other races.


NJ state senate president Steve Sweeney, in a file photo.  (Credit: David Madden)

New Jersey Democrats Revisit Plan To Resurrect Millionaires Tax

The President of the New Jersey State Senate is resurrecting the idea of a millionaires tax to help fund the state pension system.


U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Regional Administrator Holly Leicht outlines some of the benefits coming with the 10-year designation. (credit: David Madden/KYW)

Camden Named A Federal Promise Zone

The designation means the city will get extra assistance in applying for and getting federal aid on a number of fronts.


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Meeting Tonight Aims To Help Cape May County Charter Fishing Industry

The multimillion-dollar industry is at a crossroads, according to Vicki Clark, head of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, organizer of the session.

KYW Newsradio 1060–04/28/2015

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Stockton Univ. President Saatkamp Leaves 4 Months Sooner Than Announced

Over the weekend, the university faculty announced it had aproved a no-confidence vote in outgoing president Herman Saatkamp.

KYW Newsradio 1060–04/28/2015

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Officials Suggest Not As Many Parents Opting Their Kids Out Of PARCC Tests As Originally Thought

New Jersey ‘s Education Commissioner was pressed this week on participation in controversial standardized student performance tests and in particular those who are opting out of those tests.