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NJ Residents React to Boston Bombings

The deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon may have occurred hundreds of miles away, but the tragedy still hits home for many New Jersey residents.

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Krystle Campbell
Krystle Campbell of Medford, Mass, the second identified fatal victim of the Boston Marathon bombing (Twitter)
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Boston Marathon Explosion Claims Daddy’s Little Girl [VIDEO]

Kystle Campbell was at the Boston Marathon to cheer on her friend's boyfriend on a beautiful, sunny spring day in Boston

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New York Yankees Honor Boston
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The Sports World Reacts to the Boston Marathon Bombings with Touching Tributes

Sports fans are passionate about their teams and they don't get much more passionate than sports fans in Boston. Regardless of who you root for, the bond of sports brings everyone together in times of tragedy, especially yesterday in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Boston Deals With Aftermath Of Marathon Explosions
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Guy Buys Website to Fend Off Boston Marathon Conspiracy Theorists

Minutes after the terrorist attacks took place in Boston yesterday, one quick-thinking Californian bought the website domain name, BostonMarathonConspiracy.com .

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Martin Richard
Boston Mararthon explosion victim Martin Richard (Twitter)
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A Boston Neighborhood Mourns Young Victim Martin Richard [VIDEO]

The Boston section of Dorchester is mourning the loss of the first victim identified in Monday's explosions at the Boston Marathon and praying for the recovery of several members of the family.

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Boston Marathon hoax photo
An uncensored photo of this young girl is circulating on social media, claiming she died in the Boston Marathon bombings. (Facebook)
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Boston Marathon Bombing Hoax Spreads Across Social Media

Despite the photo circulating on Facebook claiming it was an eight-year-old girl who died in the Boston Marathon bombing, the victim was in fact, a little boy.

He is someone's son, someone's brother, and someone who just wanted to spend a fun day watching a race.

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Marathon wedding
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Boston Marathon Runners Don’t Let Terror Attack Stop Their Wedding

Robert Watling and Kelli Johnston are a speedy pair. In fact, Watling proposed to Johnston last October after they completed the Chicago Marathon, which was one of the many 26.2 mile races the couple had completed together.

Given their shared history in running shoes -- their first date was a 5K race -- getting married after the Boston Marathon seemed like the natural thing to do.

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US Airways flight pulled to the tarmac at Boston's Logan Airport
US Airways flight pulled to the tarmac at Boston's Logan Airport (WBZ TV)
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Philly-To-Boston Flight Grounded At Logan Airport

A US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Boston was parked on a tarmac at Boston's Logan International Airport because of an unchecked bag.

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President Obama comments on Boston Marathon explosions on Tuesday
President Obama comments on Boston Marathon explosions on Tuesday (White House)
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President Obama Calls Boston Marathon Explosion “An Act Of Terrorism” [VIDEO]

President Obama made his second comments about the Boston Marathon explosion on Tuesday morning calling it "an act of terrorism."

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A crowded NJ Transit platform on Monday morning
A crowded NJ Transit platform (Twitter)
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NJ Transit Police Check Reports Of Unattended Bags

New Jersey Transit police have been busy checking reports of unattended bags one day after the Boston Marathon explosions.

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