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Belmar looking to ban hanging towels on front porches

Wild and ridiculous laws. We certainly don't have a shortage of those in New Jersey, but an ordinance that Belmar is looking to put into effect is one of the dumbest I've ever seen.

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WATCH: ‘American Sniper’ fake baby revealed to the world

Even the best movies have had those "oops" moments where something is spotted as to be a little fake or it just looks "off." 'Even as 'American Sniper' broke box office records last week, there was apparently something a little amiss with the movie.

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Lower Township police cruiser (Lower Township Police)
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Home intruder’s grandmother says he was just seeking help

The family of James Weaver, the man shot by a homeowner as he entered a home in Lower Township early Sunday, says Weaver was looking for help after being beaten up in a bar fight.

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NJ Education Commissioner defends PARCC test

New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner David Hespe is trying to assure parents, students and educators that the PARCC test is both valuable and necessary.

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Ice covers a roadway. (Moses Robinson, Getty Images News)
Ice covers a roadway. (Moses Robinson, Getty Images News)
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NJDOT prepares for next bout of winter weather

With more winter weather in the forecast for this week, New Jersey drivers and state transportation officials are hoping we don't see a repeat of what happened two days ago, when many roads suddenly became covered with a thin layer of black ice, causing hundreds of accidents.

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New Jersey Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald. (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Assembly Majority Leader: NJ, like the US, is beset by anxiety

In his State of the State Address, Gov. Chris Christie said America is a nation beset by anxiety. Following the speech, Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald (D-Voorhees) didn't disagree with the governor, but he did note that New Jersey residents have their own brand of anxiety and that needed to be addressed.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is greeted as he arrives at the state house to deliver his State Of The State address, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, in Trenton, N.J.  During the speech at New Jersey's State House, Christie aimed at national issues as well as those in his state, and he noted lessons learned while traveling the country last year to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidates. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is greeted as he arrives at the state house to deliver his State Of The State address, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, in Trenton, N.J. During the speech at New Jersey's State House, Christie aimed at national issues as well as those in his state, and he noted lessons learned while traveling the country last year to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidates. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Dems agree Christie can seek presidency and run NJ

Gov. Chris Christie has said that if he decides to run for president in 2016 he will not leave office. A run for the White House would entail a tremendous amount of out-of-state travel, but Christie has insisted he can govern the state from anywhere. This may surprise many, but top Democrats in the New Jersey legislature actually agree with the governor.

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NJ environmentalists push for drinking water plan

New Jersey benefits from an adequate supply of drinking water in most parts of the state, and drought concerns are few and far between, but according to environmental advocates in New Jersey, the overall picture for drinking water isn't so pretty.

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President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)
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Poll: 75 percent say race relations worse under Obama

A new poll about race in America shows many people are unsure about President Barack Obama's effectiveness with regard to the issue.

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Technology helps authorities thwart potential threats

Anytime keywords such as "gun," "kill" and "bullying" are used on social media and considered possible threats against Ocean County schools, the Justice Complex, the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant, Six Flags Great Adventure and even NJ boardwalks, alerts are sent to the county's Sheriff's Department.

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