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Cell phones in schools are becoming more acceptable. (sofyx, ThinkStock)
Cell phones in schools are becoming more acceptable. (sofyx, ThinkStock)
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Cell phones ‘part of 21st Century learning’ in NJ schools

As New Jersey school kids head back to class, many of them will be carrying cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices - with the full blessing of education officials.

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Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
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Autumn allergy season ramps up after late start

A dry summer, courtesy of Mother Nature, delayed the start of autumn allergy season, but pollen levels are beginning to rise.

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Rutgers football scandal ‘makes the entire school look bad,’ students say

As word broke on the Rutgers campus of charges against and the suspension of five active Rutgers football players, students showed no remorse for their allegedly-involved peers. They were more interested in protecting the image of their school.

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2 injured when small plane crashes in Bergen County

Two people were injured when a small U.S. Coast Guard plane crash-landed into tree in Bergen County Thursday afternoon.

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A Rutgers banner hangs on the New Brunswick campus
A Rutgers banner hangs on the New Brunswick campus (Connie Lee, Townsquare Media NJ)
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2 Rutgers football players involved in alleged assault had previous legal issues

At least two of the Rutgers football players who allegedly took part in an unprovoked assault on a group of people in New Brunswick this past spring have had previous run-ins with the law.

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Should Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood be fired?

Things are not looking good for Rutgers football coach Kyle flood. He was already accused of improperly emailing a professor about defensive back Nadir Barnwell's grades. Now Barnwell and other players are facing a series of serious charges.

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Naked man who eluded police faces burglary charges

A naked Mount Laurel man was charged with lewdness, burglary, criminal trespass, theft, obstruction, defiant trespass and disorderly conduct after he led police on a foot chase in Stone Harbor.

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Category: New Jersey News, News
Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson is planning to unveil it's latest coaster, "Total Mayhem," in Spring of 2016. (Photo courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure)
Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson is planning to unveil it's latest coaster, "Total Mayhem," in Spring of 2016. (Photo courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure)
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Six Flags Great Adventure prepares for ‘Total Mayhem’ – WATCH

It's not for the faint of heart, but if you're a thrill-seeker you'll have a good reason to look forward to the spring of 2016. That's when Six Flags Great Adventure plans to debut it's 14th "scream machine."

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Issat Farat (aka Joseph) Yusif
Issat Farat (aka Joseph) Yusif (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Little Egg Harbor official charged with child porn

A Little Egg Harbor township official has been arrested for allegedly possessing child pornography on his computer.

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Category: New Jersey News, News
Governor Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie ( Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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Christie signs pledge, further explains tracking idea

Gov. Chris Christie, who signed the Republican's pledge not to run a third party campaign, further explained how he would track foreign visitors to the United States on a visa.

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