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Will Friday’s jobs report influence Fed’s rate hike decision?

A stronger or weaker jobs report, month over month, will surely factor into the Federal Reserve's decision-making about whether or not to raise interest rates.

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The home in Long Branch where 4 members of a family died in a suspicious fire
The home in Long Branch where 4 members of a family died in a suspicious fire (Chris Sheldon, Word On The Shore)
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What went on inside Long Branch home where fatal fire occurred?

There is still no official word on what happened in Long Branch, after the bodies of a man, a woman and two boys were pulled from a burning building in early Wednesday morning.

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Seaside Park
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Seaside Park is 1st NJ beach to offer free Wi-Fi service

Just in time for Labor Day weekend, Seaside Park has announced it is now offering free Wi-Fi service along its entire 1.6-mile boardwalk, becoming the first beach in New Jersey to do so.

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Cell phones in schools are becoming more acceptable. (sofyx, ThinkStock)
Cell phones in schools are becoming more acceptable. (sofyx, ThinkStock)
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Cell phones ‘part of 21st Century learning’ in NJ schools

As New Jersey school kids head back to class, many of them will be carrying cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices - with the full blessing of education officials.

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Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
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Autumn allergy season ramps up after late start

A dry summer, courtesy of Mother Nature, delayed the start of autumn allergy season, but pollen levels are beginning to rise.

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Rutgers football scandal ‘makes the entire school look bad,’ students say

As word broke on the Rutgers campus of charges against and the suspension of five active Rutgers football players, students showed no remorse for their allegedly-involved peers. They were more interested in protecting the image of their school.

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A Rutgers banner hangs on the New Brunswick campus
A Rutgers banner hangs on the New Brunswick campus (Connie Lee, Townsquare Media NJ)
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2 Rutgers football players involved in alleged assault had previous legal issues

At least two of the Rutgers football players who allegedly took part in an unprovoked assault on a group of people in New Brunswick this past spring have had previous run-ins with the law.

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Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson is planning to unveil it's latest coaster, "Total Mayhem," in Spring of 2016. (Photo courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure)
Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson is planning to unveil it's latest coaster, "Total Mayhem," in Spring of 2016. (Photo courtesy of Six Flags Great Adventure)
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Six Flags Great Adventure prepares for ‘Total Mayhem’ – WATCH

It's not for the faint of heart, but if you're a thrill-seeker you'll have a good reason to look forward to the spring of 2016. That's when Six Flags Great Adventure plans to debut it's 14th "scream machine."

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie ( Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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Christie signs pledge, further explains tracking idea

Gov. Chris Christie, who signed the Republican's pledge not to run a third party campaign, further explained how he would track foreign visitors to the United States on a visa.

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5 Rutgers football players charged after break-ins, unprovoked assault

Authorities say 4 Rutgers football players took part in an unprovoked assault on a group of people in New Brunswick this past spring — breaking the jaw of another student. Another player is accused of taking part in a string of home invasions.

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