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NJ lawmaker: Kids deserve to be safer in school buses

Tuesday's deadly school bus crash in Tennessee has turned the spotlight on bus safety, according to New Jersey Sen. Sam Thompson (R-Old Bridge).

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NJ native Paul Rosolie's fascination for animals will reach another level this weekend when the Discovery Channel airs his attempt to be "eaten alive" by a 19-foot snake. (Photo by Discovery Channel)
NJ native Paul Rosolie's fascination for animals will reach another level this weekend when the Discovery Channel airs his attempt to be "eaten alive" by a 19-foot snake. (Photo by Discovery Channel)
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‘Eaten Alive’ star recounts stunt

Raised and schooled in Bergen County, New Jersey, explorer Paul Rosolie had always been fascinated by animals. That fascination will reach another level this weekend when the Discovery Channel airs Rosolie's attempt to be "eaten alive" by a 19-foot snake.

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NJ Catholic schools keep shutting down

As enrollment numbers plummet, Catholic schools across New Jersey continue to drop like flies.

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Pablo Francisco joins Steve Trevelise in studio

Listen tonight at 9:07 when comedian Pablo Francisco calls in to my show on New Jersey 101.5. Pablo’s makes a stop on his worldwide tour at the Stress Factory this weekend.

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WATCH: That moment when your daughter lets a cow in the house

We've all been there. It's a normal day, your daughter is playing nicely when you step out of the room, and when you step back in she's let a cow in the house.

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AIDS Awareness Red Ribbon (Photodisc, Getty Images)
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People still dying from AIDS

Yesterday was World AIDS Day. 25 years ago this was talked about all the time.

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Atlantic City (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Bill would aid Atlantic City, casinos on taxes

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Atlantic City's eight surviving casinos would get a break on taxes and the city would get help making up for lost revenue under a rescue plan unveiled by two New Jersey state senators.

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Scoreboard at Sayreville High School (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Sayreville football coach removed from strength/conditioning job

The Sayreville Board of Education made a move Tuesday night that could be hinting at the end of George Najjar's reign as head high school football coach.

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Suspects in sexual assault on the campus of William Paterson University
Suspects in sexual assault on the campus of William Paterson University (ABC 7)
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William Paterson students plead not guilty to sex assault

PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — Four of five students at New Jersey's William Paterson University have pleaded not guilty to charges they restrained and sexually assaulted a female student in a dorm.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivers a speech to the American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivers a speech to the American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico (AP Photo / Rebecca Blackwell)
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Gov. Christie back on the road

He still insists no decision has been made about seeking the Republican nomination for president, but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, for the second time in three months, is leaving the Garden State to visit a foreign country.

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