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WATCH: Little girl is upset to see her name on the naughty list

Recently, Huffington Post released a list of 20 kids names that most often appear on the naughty list.

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Report: NJ hospitals big in state’s economy

Most people wouldn't consider New Jersey's hospitals as an economic powerhouse for the state, but new numbers suggest that's exactly what they are.

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NJ industry group concerned about gas tax hike

Recent poll numbers show most New Jerseyans do not support increasing the state's gas tax to pump money into the nearly depleted Transportation Trust Fund, and neither does the New Jersey Gasoline Convenience Store and Automotive Association.    

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Poll: Clinton trumps Christie in latest presidential matchup

By a 13-point margin New Jersey voters don't believe Gov. Chris Christie would make a good president and they said he wouldn't beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton anyway. These are two key findings in a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.

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Christmas tree season underway in NJ

It's that time of year again. Many New Jersey residents are decking the halls, putting up their Christmas trees and while many are opting for artificial trees, real ones are still in very high demand.

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The office Christmas party is not the time to go wild, experts warn. (
The office Christmas party is not the time to go wild, experts warn. (
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Expert warns against ‘going wild’ at office holiday parties

With the holiday season upon us, you may be gearing up for your company's annual holiday party, but some experts warn this is not the type of function where you should "let your hair down" and go wild.

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Are NJ students getting too many tests?

Parents and even some teachers in communities across the Garden State are increasingly complaining about the number of tests being given to students.

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WATCH: Vic Dibitetto talks college tuition

Last night on 'Vic Dibitetto on Jersey,' the Manalapan comedian discussed the Gloucester county woman who is suing her parents to force them to pay her college tuition.

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VOTE: Do protests really work?

Protests seem to be popping up everywhere lately. We've seen Ferguson protests, The Eric Garner “Die Ins,” and even New Jersey bear hunt protests.

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David Samson, former chairman of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, in March. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
David Samson, former chairman of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, in March. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Ex-Port Authority official sues over ethics probe

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — The former chairman of the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey has filed a lawsuit seeking to stop an ethics inquiry against him and his law firm, as lawmakers and the bistate agency's own board members continued to wrestle with instituting new ethics reforms.

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