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The Rowan Report
(Aug 08, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp, Assitant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discuss a recently released poll showing three-quarters of Americans do not trust President Trump, a New Jersey woman is dead after she was shot in the face allegedly by her wife at their home in Mount Laurel, and Mazda says it's putting a new more fuel-efficient engine in vehicles starting in 2019.

The Rowan Report
(Aug 01, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp, Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discuss a report that President Trump "personally dictated" his son's response to news about a meeting with Russian lawyer, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is speaking out following a run in with a Cubs fan over the weekend in Milwaukee, and Uber will begin raising women workers' pay today.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 25, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp, Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discussed police are on the scene of a shooting and barricade situation at a business in Williamsburg, Virgina, nearly 15-hundred nurses are preparing to strike if they don't have an agreement with Hackensack Meridan Health and the company that owns Google and Youtue is seeing a big jump in second-quarter revenue.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 18, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp, Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discussed GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan remains hopeful the senate will eventually pass a healthcare bill, Chris Christie remains the nation's most unpopular governor, with a 69-percent disapproval rating and Johnson and Johnson is raising its full-year profit forecast.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 11, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp, Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discuss Senate Republican leaders are aiming for a vote on a revised healthcare bill next week, Governor Christie is sharing his thoughts on federal funding that's been allocated for a new rail tunnel connecting New York and New Jersey, and if you dress like a cow, you'll get a free meal today at all Chick-fil-A restaurants.

The Rowan Report
(Jul 04, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp and Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea discuss the price of ground beef went down to a three-year all time low, the state governent shutdown ended in New Jersey, but the heat was on Governor Chris Christie, and Wall Street was closed for the Fourth of July holiday.

The Rowan Report
(Jun 27, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp and Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea discuss three CNN journalists are resigning after an article regarding President Trump's alleged ties to Russia had to be retracted, President Trump is likely to spend the Fourth of July weekend in New Jersey and prices at the pump this Fourth of July will be the cheapest for holiday travelers since 2005.

The Rowan Report
(Jun 20, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp, Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discussed extreme heat is baking a large switch of the Southwest today, the move to legalize marijuana in New Jersey is officially underway, and Instagram stories is outpacing Snapchat in daily activity.

The Rowan Report
(Jun 13, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director, Sarah Camp, Assistant News Director Stephanie Papandrea and Geneva Gerwitz discussed jurors weighing evidence in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial asked today for a read back of Cosby's desposition, there's been another bear sighting in Union County, and Verizon is annoucing the completion of its nearly four- and-a-half-billion-dollar acquistion of Yahoo this morning.

The Rowan Report
(Jun 06, 2017) Play Dowanload

News Director Sarah Camp and Geneva Gerwitz discuss Homeland Security John Kelly plans to meet with state officials soon to talk about voting security, New Jersey residents are choosing among eleven Democrats and Republicans to replace Governor Chris Christie in today's primary, and now is a good time to be looking for work in the U.S. after a surge in jobs this past April.

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