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Snow in Toms River
Snow in Toms River (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Good News and Bad News as Temps Rise [POLL/AUDIO]

Warmer temperatures could result in some flooding as snow melts.

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GOP Drafting Bill to Ease Flood Insurance Hikes

House GOP leaders are putting the final touches on legislation that would significantly weaken a recently enacted overhaul of the much criticized federal flood insurance program, easing many premium increases and allowing below-market rates to be passed on to people buying homes with taxpayer-subsidized policies.

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Storm Brings Chance of Coastal Flooding [AUDIO]

Though the winter has brought no shortage of snow, Thursday's storm could be the first one to bring noticeable coastal flooding.

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Flood Insurance Hikes Delayed by Spending Bill

Homeowners worried that new federal flood maps will send their flood insurance premiums skyrocketing would get some short-term relief under a provision tucked into a massive government-wide funding bill.

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NJ Makes Buyout Offers to 272 Homes in Middlesex County

New Jersey has offered to buy 272 homes in flood-prone zones of Sayreville and South River.

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Flooded Schools
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NJ Pays Schools to Study Flood Risks

New Jersey is spending $1.3 million to study ways to reduce the risk of flooding and damage from storm surges.

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Flood Insurance Rate Hikes Coming?

New Jerseyans still trying to recover from Superstorm Sandy and the massive flooding it caused won'tt be happy to learn that National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) rate increases are in the offing.

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New Jersey Transit Trains
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NJ Transit Failed to Follow Storm Plan Before Sandy

New Jersey Transit had a hurricane plan to move its trains to higher ground before Superstorm Sandy hit, a newspaper found, raising additional questions about why the agency instead moved locomotives and rail cars to low-lying rail yards, resulting in more than $100 million damage.

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Flickr User Fried Dough
Flickr User Fried Dough
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Transportation Officials Focus on Clearing Storm Drains [AUDIO]

With all the heavy rain we've had over the past six months, the New Jersey Department of Transportation has made cleaning storm drains a top priority.

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Car Sales
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NJ Residents Warned to Beware of Flood-Damaged Used Cars

Nine months after Superstorm Sandy, AAA Mid-Atlantic is warning Garden State residents that numerous vehicles that were submerged in flood waters and salt water to varying degrees are showing up on used car lots.

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