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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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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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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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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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Christie vetoes limit on smoking at parks, beaches

Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed a measure to limit smoking in the state's parks and beaches.

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Breakthrough Lyme Disease research bill clears house

New Jersey's Lyme disease abundant climate has given way to an unprecedented bill that seeks to formally identify and address the medical affliction.

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Monmouth Park extends date for sports betting

The New Jersey racetrack that initially wanted to let people wager on sporting events as soon as this weekend is giving itself more time.

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Indictment: Man lied about being carjacked

State authorities say a northern New Jersey man fabricated a story about being carjacked so he could get about $38,500 from his insurer.

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New Jersey’s 2014 revenue worse than expected

New Jersey's Treasury Department says revenue from the fiscal year that ended June 30 fell below expectations even after they were revised downward.

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