Beach Bacteria Rises: From The Newsroom
Two New Jersey beaches were closed by state officials, while dozens are undergoing further testing, because of rising bacteria levels in the water.
- Officials says that stormwater run-off likely caused the boosted levels, but are continuing testing at many of the Ocean and Monmouth beaches.
- The latest jobs report for New Jersey.
- Autopsies reveal accidental drowning as the cause of death for two New Brunswick boys.
- Where will gas prices go for the rest of the summer?
- At a press conference Tuesday, Governor Christie signed a bill for crime victims and addressed the issue of sports betting in New Jersey.
- Mitt Romney is headed to NJ, while Governor Christie heads west.
- Health officials are warning about the risks of swine flu.
- A new program is introduced to help New Jerseyans find a job.
- The latest installment of Kelly Waldron's series on elderly drivers.
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Tuesday's poll asked whether teen drivers should be forced to display red decals...88% say no, 12% yes.
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