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Paul Ciancia
Paul Ciancia of Pennsville, NJ, charged with killing a TSA screener and wounding 3 other people at Los Angeles International Airport on Nov. 1, 2013. Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Police Department.
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LAX Shooting Suspect Upgraded to Fair Condition

The suspect in a shooting at Los Angeles International Airport that left a Transportation Security Administration officer dead has been upgraded to fair condition on the same day a memorial service was held for the slain agent.

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Chris Ryan, Getty Images
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Teen Sentenced to 15 Years for Fatal Beating

A youth who admitted his role in the unprovoked fatal beating of a New Jersey father was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years in state prison.

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Police at shooting in Egg Harbor Township
Police at shooting in Egg Harbor Township (NBC 40)
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Wounded Police Dog Released From Hospital

A southern New Jersey police dog who was shot and wounded while on the job last week has been released from a veterinary hospital.

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Atlantic City Mayor-elect Don Guardian
Atlantic City Mayor-elect Don Guardian (NBC 40)
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Guardian Extends Lead as Provisional Ballots Counted

A week after he won at the polls, Republican Don Guardian declared victory -- again -- in the Atlantic City mayoral race.

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Flickr User Dave Conner
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Mayor: Jersey City to Sue Port Authority for Taxes

The mayor of New Jersey's second-largest city plans to sue the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for $400 million to compensate for what he claims the agency has underpaid in property taxes and other payments spanning several decades.

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Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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NJ Criticized for Holding Onto Sandy Housing Aid

New Jersey officials said Tuesday that they have distributed just over one-third of the federal aid allocated for housing for families affected by Superstorm Sandy.

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Highlands fire truck
Highlands fire truck (Highlands Fire Dept)
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Woman Killed in Highlands House Fire

Fire officials say a woman has died in a Highlands house fire, but a man who also lived at the residence was able to safely escape the flames.

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Home in Lower Township following an explosion
Home in Lower Township following an explosion (Twitter)
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NJ Couple Improving After House Explosion

Police in southern New Jersey say a couple injured in a house explosion last week is out of critical condition.

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Police Tape
Flickr User Ian Britton
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Irvington Police Shoot, Kill Estranged Husband

Police responding to a domestic violence call shot and killed a man in Irvington Monday.

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Stephen Marano
Stephen Marano (NJ State Police)
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Missing Madison Man’s Body Found in Chatham

The Morris County prosecutor says the body of a young man reported missing Saturday has been found in northern New Jersey.

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