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Last day of New Jersey’s heat wave – storms possible tonight

An approaching front will bring isolated showers and thunderstorms to New Jersey, with cooler temperatures expected by the upcoming Labor Day Weekend.

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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 prepares for ‘Total Mayhem’

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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Gov. Chris Christie
Gov. Chris Christie (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
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Christie challenges Obama’s greenhouse gas emissions rules

TRENTON (AP) — The plan by President Barack Obama to cut greenhouse gas emissions from power plants is flawed and New Jersey is asking the Environmental Protection Agency not to implement it, Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday.

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A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy
A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Most NJ homes vulnerable to natural disasters, report says

While many sections of New Jersey are still recovering from Sandy, comes a new report detailing the alarming risk most of the state's homes face.

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Border Patrol (John Moore, Getty Images)
Border Patrol (John Moore, Getty Images)
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Are ‘sactuary cities’ for illegal immigrants in NJ a good idea?

By some estimates there are now more than half a million illegal immigrants living in so-called "sanctuary" towns and cities all over the Garden State.

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Mosquitos are seen inside a trap
Mosquitos are seen inside a trap (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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First death reported from West Nile virus in NJ since 2013

PATERSON (AP) — New Jersey Department of Health officials say a 65-year-old Passaic County man has died from West Nile virus, the state's first death from the mosquito-borne illness since 2013.

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DUI (aijohn784, ThinkStock)
DUI (aijohn784, ThinkStock)
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New Jersey lenient on high-risk drivers, report finds

If you're a crazy driver, you'll love the findings in a new report from WalletHub. If you're a cautious parent, not so much.

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Bullying
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Bullying in school – signs and solutions

The return to school can, unfortunately, also mean a return to bullying for countless vulnerable students across the state.

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(Artem_Furman, ThinkStock)
(Artem_Furman, ThinkStock)
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Sexual violence against women continues to be big problem in NJ

A new Rutgers University report finds many young women have experienced sexual violence by the time they head off to college.

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NJ officials will meet this month to discuss commerce in NJ. (Morgan Lane Studios, ThinkStock)
NJ officials will meet this month to discuss commerce in NJ. (Morgan Lane Studios, ThinkStock)
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‘What’s wrong’ with NJ commerce? Officials plan discussion this month

"What's wrong with this state?" Business leaders and key Trenton political players will sit down together in Atlantic City later this month to tackle that issue as it pertains to Garden State commerce.

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