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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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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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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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$11.9 Million Awarded for Post-Sandy Home Buyouts

New Jersey has received $11.9 million dollars from the Federal Emergency Management Agency as part of its Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for the voluntary acquisition of 76 homes in South River. 

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David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ
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Helping NJ Flood Victims After Sandy

During a visit to Brick Township today, Governor Christie launched a $100 million home elevation program in areas hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy.

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More Flooding Concerns Along Midwestern Rivers

Midwestern rivers, including the Mississippi, are rising again after another round of heavy rain.

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Hurricane Season May Be Costly Again [AUDIO]

Hurricane season is underway, and a new report finds millions of homes are at risk of flood damage through the season's end.

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Flooding in southern Germany (Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images)
Flooding in southern Germany (Christof Stache/AFP/Getty Images)
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Central European Floods Continue to Cause Havoc

More than 70,000 fire fighters and 11,000 soldiers are on duty fighting the most dramatic floods in Germany in more than a decade. Thousands of residents were still unable to return to their homes, and bridges and streets were impassable in many regions of eastern and southern Germany.

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Midwest Braces For Another Round of Flooding

Rivers in the nation's heartland are rising yet again, and with heavy rain in the forecast, parts of Iowa, Missouri and Illinois are bracing for another round of flooding.

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