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Man struck, killed by NJ Transit train in Newark

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- A man has been struck and killed by a New Jersey Transit train at Newark's Broad Station station.

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Assembly Chamber at the Statehouse
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New Jersey lawmakers move domestic violence bills

TRENTON (AP) — New Jersey lawmakers advanced a series of bills Thursday designed to cut down on domestic violence, with the case of a former football star punching his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino in the backdrop.

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NEWTOWN, CT - UNSPECIFED DATE: In this handout crime scene evidence photo provided by the Connecticut State Police, shows the exterior of the Sandy Hook Elementary School following the December 14, 2012 shooting rampage, taken on an unspecified date in Newtown, Connecticut. A second report was released December 27, 2013 by Connecticut State Attorney Stephen Sedensky III gave more details of the the Newtown school shooting by Adam Lanza that left 20 children and six women educators dead inside Sandy Hook Elementary School after killing his mother at their home.  (Photo by Connecticut State Police via Getty Images)
NEWTOWN, CT - UNSPECIFED DATE: In this handout crime scene evidence photo provided by the Connecticut State Police, shows the exterior of the Sandy Hook Elementary School following the December 14, 2012 shooting rampage, taken on an unspecified date in Newtown, Connecticut. A second report was released December 27, 2013 by Connecticut State Attorney Stephen Sedensky III gave more details of the the Newtown school shooting by Adam Lanza that left 20 children and six women educators dead inside Sandy Hook Elementary School after killing his mother at their home. (Photo by Connecticut State Police via Getty Images)
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Christie vetoes school panic alarm bill

Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed legislation that would have required every public school in the Garden State to install panic alarms and emergency lights.

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A rose is left in rememberance of Rose Mary Riso, a victim of the September 11th terrorist attacks, at the National September 11 Memorial
A rose is left in rememberance of Rose Mary Riso, a victim of the September 11th terrorist attacks, at the National September 11 Memorial (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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A day of remembrance, NFL’s internal investigation: First News with Podcast

Sports Betting
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Sports betting: Why are NJ casinos and racetracks nervous?

On Monday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie issued a directive telling Garden State casinos and racetracks that sports betting will no longer be considered illegal, and operations could be set up if desired. So far, however, only Monmouth Park has indicated it has any interest in the practice.

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Water main break in New York City
Water main break in New York City (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Addressing NJ’s aging and decaying water infrastructure

Top experts descended on Washington, D.C. Wednesday to ask federal lawmakers to invest in the nation's aging and decaying water infrastructure. This is an issue in New Jersey and addressing it won't come on the cheap, according to Robert Iacullo, executive vice president with United Water New Jersey.

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Kids at the movies
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Do your children have downtime? [Part 4 of a series]

In Part 4 of a week-long series, “Are New Jersey’s kids overscheduled,” we take a look at the impact overscheduling can have on children.

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Ray Rice
Ray Rice (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
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Prosecutor defends PTI decision for Rice

A New Jersey prosecutor defended his office's handling of the charges against former NFL star Ray Rice to a newspaper Wednesday and said that allowing him into a pretrial intervention program was done after carefully considering the facts of the case, state law and hearing from the victim.

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Gov. Chris Christie, left, laughs while former Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney speaks at an event celebrating Christie's 52nd birthday
Gov. Chris Christie, left, laughs while former Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney speaks at an event celebrating Christie's 52nd birthday (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Mitt Romney headlines Christie birthday fundraiser

Former Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney is drawing a sharp contrast between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and President Barack Obama.

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Police cameras
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Christie signs bill to require police car cameras

Gov. Chris Christie has signed a measure that requires police departments to mount video cameras on their new cars or provide their officers with wearable cameras.

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