Karen Yi

Articles by Karen Yi

Karen Yi covers New Jersey and started in the newsroom in 2020. Before joining WNYC, Karen covered Newark for the Star-Ledger and spent almost a decade working for newspapers in New Jersey and Florida. She grew up in Miami and has a dog named Cashew. Got a tip? Email or Signal 917-589-1460.

Rashid Ali Bynum is accused of killing Sayreville Councilmember Eunice Dwumfour. His extradition hearing is set for June 29.

A Virginia resident was awaiting extradition to New Jersey in the murder of Eunice Dwumfour Tuesday afternoon.

The agencies argue the new rules are unconstitutional, unrealistic and doomed to destroy the temp industry.

Members of the three faculty unions who went on strike last month approved their new contract Monday.

He said the Waterfront Commission, responsible for cracking down on mob activity at the ports since the 1950s, had become a "sham."

The leaders of the three faculty unions that went on strike last month agreed to recommend the tentative contract to their members on Sunday night.

Students are just days away from finals, and unions held out the possibility of resuming their strike if they hit an impasse.

The Fair Share Housing Center says municipalities produced 21,000 affordable units since 2015.

The five-day strike that paralyzed New Jersey’s flagship institution is suspended for now, with the school agreeing to higher pay and more job security for adjunct faculty and graduate workers.

The union representing 2,500 administrative workers launched a strike pledge on Monday morning.

New Jersey Gov. Murphy and negotiators say they've got a framework for a deal. More details are still coming.

The riff on Bruce Channel’s 1961 hit “Hey! Baby!” first hit social media Tuesday. It seems like it's everywhere since.

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