Stories continue to come out of Colorado in the wake of the movie theater massacre.  Suspected murderer had his first day in court on Monday.

Tuesday's Headlines

  • Holmes will be officially charged at a hearing on Monday, but his initial appearance drew throngs of media and security.
  • Strange circumstances led to several New Jersey screenings of "Dark Knight Rises" to be evacuated.
  • The tragedy has politicians coming out of the woodwork to advocate for stricter gun laws.  Governor Christie spoke out Monday against those politicians, while also talking about property taxes.
  • A new poll reveals whether New Jerseyans think Christie should speak at the GOP convention.
  • New Jersey has among the highest babysitting rates in the country.
  • Pennsylvania is proving to be a formidable opponent for Atlantic City casinos.
  • NJ Transit receives a federal grant to upgrade their buses.
  • Officials address speculation about what washed ashore Avon's beaches that had social media buzzing.
  • Penn State's football program had the book thrown at them by the NCAA on Monday.
  • More information comes out on the FBI investigation into Mayor Tony Mack and the city of Trenton.

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Our poll question on Monday asked your opinion of the penalties levied against the Penn State football program by the NCAA.  60% said it was spot on, 30% felt it was too strong, and 10% thought it was too weak.