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Updating NJ’s Child Seat Belt Laws [AUDIO]

New Jersey's child seat belt laws are not only antiquated, according to state Sen. Jim Beach, but they're also too vague. Beach is now sponsoring legislation to modernize the statutes.

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Multiple Car Accident In Brooklyn
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Accident Insurance Scheme Busted in NJ

A doctor, a lawyer and two chiropractors are among 12 people facing charges stemming what authorities say was a scheme in New Jersey to recruit motor vehicle accident victims as patients.

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Safe Haven Program Protecting Our Newborns [AUDIO]

New Jersey is spending the next couple of months on raising awareness about a program that's been protecting unwanted infants from abandonment for nearly 14 years.

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Baltimore Ravens football player and former Rutgers University standout, Ray Rice holds hands with his wife Janay Palmer as they arrive at Atlantic County Criminal Courthouse in Mays Landing,
Baltimore Ravens football player and former Rutgers University standout, Ray Rice holds hands with his wife Janay Palmer as they arrive at Atlantic County Criminal Courthouse in Mays Landing,(AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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Ravens RB Ray Rice Offered Deal in Assault Case

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is due in a New Jersey courtroom to face aggravated assault charges stemming from an incident with his then-girlfriend in an Atlantic City casino elevator.

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Flooding from the Green Brook at Wells Rd. & Netherwood Ave. in No.Plainfield
Flooding from the Green Brook at Wells Rd. & Netherwood Ave. in No.Plainfield (Stephen Landry @landryst via Twitter)
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Flooding a Concern Following Heavy Rain

 

The heavy rain has passed, but the threat of minor flooding remains from rivers and streams, several of which are at-or-above flood levels.

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Jersey shore damage caused by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012 (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Sandy Rental Assistance Runs Out [AUDIO]

As of Thursday, rental assistance for Sandy victims through the Federal Emergency Management Agency has run out, leaving 1,300 people in the lurch according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Small Business
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Small Biz Loans on the Rise in NJ [AUDIO]

The federal Small Business Administration reports that there has been a 12 percent increase in loan activity for New Jersey small businesses in the past half-year.

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Massive Fire Leaves Major Damage To Jersey Shore Town Of Seaside Heights
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Seaside Park Boardwalk Construction Could Begin Soon [AUDIO]

The rebuilding of Seaside Park's fire-damaged boardwalk could begin in two weeks.

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Can NJ Colleges Be More Affordable? [AUDIO]

Some members of the Assembly Budget Committee are concerned that college in New Jersey is too expensive and graduation rates are too low.

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Sandy-Damaged Towns Hold Line on Taxes [AUDIO]

A year and a half after Sandy, most towns that were hard-hit by the superstorm are not being forced to raise taxes dramatically to cover their essential services and programs.

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