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NJ lawmaker wants cyber fraud hotline

If you saw or even suspected cyber fraud, would you know who to call to report it? Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick admits he wouldn't.

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NJ lawmaker offers plan to save Atlantic City

New Jersey Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo (D-Northfield) has proposed a plan to reinvigorate the economy of the Atlantic City region for the next few years.

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Authorities: Bias crime still a problem in NJ

Middlesex County police continue to investigate a string of home invasion robberies that have apparently targeted Asian-American families.

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Gov. Chris Christie talks with Gloria Kooman and other residents while he pays a visit to the home of Frank and Deborah Smith to talk with volunteers, who are helping to rebuild the Smith's home. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Gov. Chris Christie talks with Gloria Kooman and other residents while he pays a visit to the home of Frank and Deborah Smith to talk with volunteers, who are helping to rebuild the Smith's home. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie target of online Sandy recovery campaign

Jersey Shore families still having difficulties recovering from Sandy two years after the Superstorm are targeting Gov. Chris Christie in an online campaign.

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NJBIA: Healthcare costs continue to soar

Almost 90 percent of the companies that participated in the 2014 New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA) Health Benefits Survey said they continue to offer healthcare coverage to their employees, despite the fact that 85 percent of them reported their healthcare costs have increased in the past year.

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Poll: Majority support decision to cancel Sayreville football program

The majority of New Jerseyans think the Sayreville board of education took appropriate action in response to allegations of sexual assault and hazing among seven players of the Sayreville War Memorial High School football team.

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Driver pleads guilty in crash that killed friend

TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) -- A teenager who was critically injured in a crash earlier this year that killed his friend has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and driving under the influence.

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Evictions reflecting higher rents

It's no secret that rental prices have been soaring, but with that trend comes many victims -- those who miss a payment, then receive an eviction notice, and then end up on the street.

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Prosecutor: Driver in fatal Freehold crash was speeding

An investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office has concluded that the driver who caused the fatal crash that killed three people in Freehold on Aug. 19 was speeding and distracted, but was not intoxicated or using a cell phone at the time of the crash.

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Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey
Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey (Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office)
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‘Racism rumor,’ cited by NBC in Sayreville hazing case, is disputed

The sexual hazing case that has already engendered such raw emotions in Sayreville, is now the subject of what an NBC News report is calling "the racism rumor."

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