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Flickr User Pal Joakim Olsen
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Governor Christie Gets First Three Gun Control Bills [AUDIO]

The first three bills in the New Jersey legislature's gun control package are now on Governor Chris Christie's desk.

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ocean in Long Branch
Ocean in Long Branch, NJ (Townsquare Media)
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Shore Beaches Undergo Water Quality Tests [AUDIO]

Since Sandy, health officials around the state have been keeping a close watch on water quality in our streams, lakes, bays and oceans, and with thousands expected to hit the beach this Memorial Day weekend, some are wondering, "Is the water safe?"

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Flickr User yaybiscuits123
Flickr User yaybiscuits123
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Mystery Water Problem Continues For Jersey Shore Town [AUDIO]

A mystery water problem remains unsolved in Lake Como and surrounding communities.

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Carton of cigarettes.
Flickr user: Valerie Everett
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NJ Senator Wants To Raise Cigarette Buying Age To 21 [POLL/AUDIO]

Former New Jersey Governor and current State Senator Dick Codey plans to introduce a bill that would raise the minimum age for buying cigarettes in the Garden State from 19 to 21.

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State Farm
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Dog Bites Climb In NJ [AUDIO]

Between four and five million people become dog bite victims each year. In 2012 alone, State Farm experienced 77 dog bite claims in New Jersey and paid out more than $4.7 million.

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Flickr User bernt rostad
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Should Drunk Driving Rules Be Stricter In New Jersey? [POLL/AUDIO]

Federal transportation officials are recommending that acceptable blood alcohol levels for drivers be lowered from .08 to .05.

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2007 Pinelands fire seen from Barnegat Light
2007 Pinelands fire seen from Barnegat Light (Wikimedia Commons)
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Lessons Learned From Pinelands Fire [AUDIO]

Today marks six years since an errant flare from a military fighter jet, at the Warren Grove Gunnery Range, sparked a raging wildfire that burned 17,000 acres in New Jersey's Pinelands.

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ICHIRO, Getty Images
ICHIRO, Getty Images
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How Early Are Children Watching Pornography Online? [POLL/AUDIO]

It's no secret that children are able to access all kinds of things much earlier than they used to, but a new study by Bitdefender finds that many start watching pornography by the age of 6 and begin flirting online by the age of 8.

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Sandy Hook Elementary School
Sandy Hook Elementary School (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Should Panic Alarms Be Mandatory In New Jersey Schools? [AUDIO]

Garden State lawmakers could soon give final approval to a measure that aims to make public schools in Jersey even safer than they are now.

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Flickr User Dave in the triad
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State Officials Act To Keep New Jersey Pedestrians Safe [AUDIO]

Last year in the Garden State, 163 people were struck and killed by vehicles on our roadways.

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