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Property taxes (claudiodivizia, ThinkStock)
Property taxes (claudiodivizia, ThinkStock)
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Tax Freedom Day arrives in New Jersey, but it’s not good news

Today is a day of celebration for New Jersey residents, but for all the wrong reasons.

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A new law in NJ will help caregivers. (Yuri Arcurs, ThinkStock)
A new law in NJ will help caregivers. (Yuri Arcurs, ThinkStock)
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New law gives boost to New Jersey caregivers

Currently in New Jersey, 1.7 million residents are caring for aging parents or a loved one at home. As of Tuesday, the Garden State became the second in the nation to enact the Caregiver, Record, Enable  -- or CARE -- act, which is a law designed to provide support for these family caregivers so their loved ones can receive the best possible care and, in most cases, keep them at home.  

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Welcome back to Spring – seasonable temps and quiet weather ahead

Cool, refreshing mornings will lead to seasonable, pleasant afternoons through the end of the work week.

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Jax backstage at "American Idol"
Jax backstage at "American Idol" (Fox)
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Jersey’s Jax falls short of making the ‘American Idol’ finale

It was the end of the "American Idol" road for East Brunswick's Jax as she fell short of making the show's finale.

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FERGUSON, MO -  MARCH 11: Protestors demonstrate during a protests outside the Ferguson Police Department on March11, 2015 in Ferguson, MO. Protests erupted after the announcement of  the resignation of Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson earlier in the day. (Photo by Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images)
FERGUSON, MO - MARCH 11: Protestors demonstrate during a protests outside the Ferguson Police Department on March11, 2015 in Ferguson, MO. Protests erupted after the announcement of the resignation of Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson earlier in the day. (Photo by Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images)
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A racial divide persists in New Jersey over police, criminal justice

African-Americans in the Garden State trust police and the criminal justice far less than whites, according to the latest Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Wednesday.

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Photo credit: Women on 20s
Photo credit: Women on 20s
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Female currency – should a woman replace Andrew Jackson on $20 bills?

The vote's in, and Harriet Tubman will be the first woman on a $20 bill if a campaign to have a female on U.S. currency receives government backing.

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'Promposals' are becoming more popular. (Susan Prentice, ThinkStock)
'Promposals' are becoming more popular. (Susan Prentice, ThinkStock)
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New Jersey schools address ‘appropriate’ prom wear

What is proper prom attire? You and your child may have completely different answers, and neither of those answers may fall in line with what schools are expecting.

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Skills USA 2015 New Jersey Championship competitor (Connie Lee, Townsquare Media NJ)
Skills USA 2015 New Jersey Championship competitor (Connie Lee, Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey students show off their talents in Skills USA competition

More than 2,000 high school and post-secondary students competed in the Skills USA 2015 New Jersey Championships.

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HRRR model temperatures at 4 p.m. on May 12.  High temperatures will soar well into the 80s statewide.  (College of DuPage)
HRRR model temperatures at 4 p.m. on May 12. High temperatures will soar well into the 80s statewide. (College of DuPage)
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One more day of heat and humidity; then back to Spring

Temperatures across New Jersey will make a run for 90° today, but an approaching cold front will end this streak of summer-like weather and return us to near-normal.

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Beach replenishment. (Credit: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
Beach replenishment. (Credit: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
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Ammo parts dropped on New Jersey beach during replenishment

ALLENHURST, N.J. (AP) -- A beach replenishment project has pumped battery-sized components of World War I-era ammunition onto some New Jersey beaches, and officials are warning people who find them to alert authorities.

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