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Gov. Christie signs major alimony reform bill into law

Two-and-a-half years of debate and amendments ended Wednesday when Gov. Chris Christie signed a controversial alimony reform bill into law.

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New September 11th Memorial Museum
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New Jersey 101.5 remembers Sept. 11, 2001

The events of Sept. 11, 2001 remain a vivid and painful memory for many, even 13 years later. This year's memorial events in New Jersey are listed below, along with an opportunity to share your thoughts.

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Kids at the movies
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Do your children have downtime? [Part 4 of a series]

In Part 4 of a week-long series, “Are New Jersey’s kids overscheduled,” we take a look at the impact overscheduling can have on children.

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Cory Booker
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Booker’s US Senate re-election race closer-than expected

Considering that New Jersey has about 700,000 more registered Democrats than Republicans, and that the state hasn't elected a Republican to the U.S. Senate since 1972, you might expect incumbent Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) to have a huge lead over his GOP opponent -- but the race is tighter than many thought.

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
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Ray Rice questions, Apple’s next big thing: First News with Podcast

Governor Chris Christie talks with students at Octavius V. Catto Community Family School before a press conference highlighting the positive changes for the new school year in Camden, N.J. on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
Governor Chris Christie talks with students at Octavius V. Catto Community Family School before a press conference highlighting the positive changes for the new school year in Camden, N.J. on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie: Progress against crime is being made in Camden

Not too long ago Camden had the dubious distinction of being labeled as the murder capital of America - and was considered to be the most dangerous city in the nation. Plenty of problems remain, but Gov. Chris Christie believes real progress is being made.

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Cell Phones
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Many consumers wary of mobile transactions, survey says

Apple has rolled out the iPhone 6, heavily touting its ability to easily make purchases and complete credit transactions, but a new measure of consumer enthusiasm finds the desire to make those payments via phone is seriously lagging.

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Sept. 11 compensation benefits deadline looming

If you helped out at Ground Zero after the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001, time is running out to apply for workers compensation benefits in New York State.

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Domestic Violence
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Bill would toughen domestic violence penalties

Assemblyman Joe Cryan (D-Union) said he plans to introduce a bill on Sept. 15 to enhance penalties for domestic violence offenders.

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Unemployed Casino Workers File For Unemployment
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Job fair held in Atlantic City Sept. 10

The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development is spearheading a career fair Sept. 10 to help hundreds of unemployed Atlantic City casino workers find new jobs.

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