As frustrations continue to grow over delays on NJ Transit, social media is abuzz with what commuters have dubbed #NoPayMay. http://nj1015.com/nj-transit-new-month-same-problems-that-will-likely-get-worse/

Wrongful convictions top 2,000 nationwide since 1989, according to the National Registry of Exonerations. Based on case law and press reports, that number's at 27 in New Jersey. http://nj1015.com/guilty-until-proven-innocent-27-people-wrongly-imprisoned-in-nj/

Charges could be filed as early as this week in connection with the death of a New Jersey man at a Penn State fraternity house in February. http://nj1015.com/charges-likely-in-penn-state-fraternity-death-of-nj-student-prosecutor-says/

New Jersey officials say the near-elimination of cash bail has been a success, but some changes could be on the way. http://nj1015.com/nj-may-tweak-bail-reform-to-keep-more-suspects-behind-bars/

As the prescription painkiller and heroin epidemic continues, New Jersey lawmakers could soon vote on a measure that would force insurance companies to cover the cost of abuse-deterrent opioids. http://nj1015.com/could-abuse-deterrent-pills-help-stop-njs-heroin-epidemic/

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