A measure to increase the penalties for road rage passed both houses on Thursday, and now heads to Governor Chris Christie's desk for a signature. 

FRIDAY'S HEADLINES

  • New Jersey's new anti-bullying measure passed the Legislature Thursday, and now heads to Governor Chris Christie's desk for a signature.  The Governor is likely to approve the measure.
  • A verdict could be handed down today in the Rutgers webcam spy case.  Stay with us all day for the latest in the trial of Dharun Ravi
  • Do you think you have enough money for retirement? According to a survey, many New Jerseyans lack any savings.
  • The New York-New Jersey Port Authority is now subject to subpoenas from the Assembly Transportation Committee.
  • If you've been happy about the warm temperatures, get ready for more.  National weather officials say New Jersey is in for a warm spring
  • Despite the uptick in economic activity, many New Jersey non-profits continue to struggle. 
  • Celebrating St. Patrick's Day tomorrow?  New Jersey officials are warning motorists not to drink and drive. 
  • New Jersey tourism officials are looking to expand the tourism connection between North and South Jersey.
  • Garden State Parkway officials address safety concerns over major shoulder expansion project in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
  • Good news for the New Jersey economy.  Less people are seeking unemployment benefits.

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Thursday's poll asked New Jerseyans if they would consider selling their coastal home because of flood risks? Apparently it's not something that many residents worry about, with 75% responding no. 

TODAY'S POLLS