This week's heartbreaking ambush of rookie Jersey City police officer Melvin Santiago has enraged not only New Jersey but the nation. Lawrence Campbell already got his death penalty, but word is gangs have declared open season on Jersey City cops.
The smoking ban at New Jersey beaches waits only for Governor Christie's signature to become law. Yesterday we jokingly did an hour with callers on what else they'd like to see banned at the beach. Other people's kids, discarded tampons, invaders of personal space all made the list.
New Jersey and the nation was horrified when a makeshift memorial went up for a cop killer. To make matters worse, the street memorial for cop killer (name deleted) was larger than the temporary memorial honoring fallen officer Melvin Santiago.
We have enough bear sightings in New Jersey. Ever feel like you could relate to them? Here's one of those stupid quizzes that you know is dumb yet you have to find out anyway. What kind of bear are you?
Bill Modica thought he and his wife would take in a Trenton Thunder game and forget the stresses of life for a little while, the biggest of which being that his daughter was halfway around the world have spent the last nine months in Afghanistan. Only New Jersey National Guard Sgt. Ellen Modica wasn't there anymore.
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