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POLL: Should NJ do away with red light cameras?

Burned-out lights in the illuminated facade of Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City
Burned-out lights in the illuminated facade of Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Trump Plaza goes dark, revisiting domestic violence law: First News with Podcast

Red Light Camera
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Do red light cameras have a future in NJ?

New Jersey's controversial red light camera pilot program is scheduled to expire in December, and while some legislators are eagerly anticipating the end of the program, other lawmakers are unsure about the future of red light cameras in the Garden State.

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Retailers are rushing us toward the holiday season

If you are starting to see holiday sales and holiday merchandise in stores right now, you are not alone. It seems promotions for the retail industry's biggest events start a little earlier each year.

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Study: Better access to psychiatric care needed in NJ

A new study by the The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) finds access to psychiatric care to be inadequate in New Jersey.

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High Point Solutions Stadium
High Point Solutions Stadium during the Penn State game (Alex Goodlett/Getty Images).
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Rutgers apologizes for offensive displays at Penn State game

Rutgers President Robert Barchi joined Athletic Director Julie Hermann in apologizing "for the regrettable actions of a handful of Rutgers fans" during Saturday night's game, in which fans invoked Penn State's recent pedophile scandal on signs in the stands.

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NJ Assembly approves domestic abuse bills

The New Jersey Assembly unanimously approved six bills on Monday designed to address the issue of domestic violence and abuse. The sponsors of the measures all said the legislation was drafted long before the high-profile cases involving NFL star running backs Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson came to light.

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Commissioner Roger Goodell
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Caller Explains being an NFL player to Dennis and Michele

In the midst of discussing the Ray Rice case on Friday, Dennis and Michele got an anonymous call from a man that didn't want to give his identity but he said he is an NFL player.

After hearing one woman who painted the picture of the NFL being full of thugs and criminals, the anonymous player said he felt compelled to call in because it was unfair to describe the NFL players with such a broad stroke as the one caller had done

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Heavy traffic on Route 537 in Cream Ridge leaving Six Flags after a power outage
Heavy traffic on Route 537 in Cream Ridge leaving Six Flags after a power outage (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Fire in the sky, Six Flags power outage and more: First News with Podcast

Red light Cameras
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NJ lawmaker outraged over ‘phony’ traffic safety group

New Jersey's leading anti-red light camera crusader is on the warpath again.

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