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License plate scanners go high tech as a law enforcement tool

Police officers in New Jersey have been able to "run your plates" for quite some time, but with an advanced piece of equipment that's gaining popularity across the state, they can do it much quicker and essentially without lifting a finger.

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Acting Governor Kim Guadagno Addresses the New Jersey Conference on Tourism in Atlantic City.
Acting Governor Kim Guadagno Addresses the New Jersey Conference on Tourism in Atlantic City. (NJ Office of Information Technology)
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Go digital, Lt. Gov. Guadagno tells tourism industry gathering

New Jersey boasted another solid year of tourism spending in 2014, but in order to keep up the momentum, industry leaders may have to update the way they serve and connect with their visitors.

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Several lights are burned out in the illuminated facade of Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City
Several lights are burned out in the illuminated facade of Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Wayne Parry, FILE)
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Laid-off casino employees still looking for work

Twenty-six weeks of unemployment benefits are set to run out this month for most of the workers laid off by the recent string of casino closures in Atlantic City.

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Property tax drop: A few New Jersey towns share strategies

Garden State municipalities saw their average property tax bills increase by an average of 2.2 percent in 2014, but some actually managed to deliver a drop in property taxes to their residents, which is not an easy task in a tax-heavy state like New Jersey.

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