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Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence
Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Red Light Camera Program Not Expanding, Not Going Away [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Department of Transportation has announced no additional red light cameras will be added to the state's red light camera program.

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MetLife Stadium Giants
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Super Bowl vs. Boston Marathon Security [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie echoed the confidence of a state lawmaker this week that no one should fear attending Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford next year, despite the bombings Monday at the Boston Marathon.

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Monmouth County Bolsters Safety For NJ Marathon [AUDIO]

With safety concerns ever present after the Boston Marathon bombing, law enforcement officials say the New Jersey Marathon will go on as scheduled.

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Alex Trautwig, Getty Images
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Protecting Yourself from Random Public Violence [AUDIO]

If you get caught up in a situation such as the Boston Marathon bombings, what's the best advice for protecting yourself and those with you?

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Texting
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Monmouth County Launches Text a Tip System [AUDIO]

Today's teenagers text more than ever before and Monmouth County is rolling out the TXT UR Tips 2 Police program to create a way for crimes and suspicious activity to be reported quietly and anonymously in either English or Spanish.

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Boston Deals With Aftermath Of Marathon Explosions
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Boston Bombings Prove Nobody’s Safe [POLL/AUDIO]

The deadly bombings near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday served as a reminder that no one's safety is guaranteed.

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2014 Super Bowl at Met Life Stadium
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Planning The 2014 Super Bowl By Learning From Boston Bombings [POLL/AUDIO]

New Jersey officials are planning to learn any lessons possible from the investigation into the deadly Boston Marathon bombing, in advance of hosting the largest sporting in event in the world.

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Bill Package Seeks To Toughen Penalties For Violence [AUDIO]

Assembly Republican leader Jon Bramnick wants a crackdown on violent crime in New Jersey with a series of bills already in Trenton.

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Gun Buyback
This image shows the firearms collected at a gun buyback in NJ. (David Matthau, Townsquare Media)
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Gun Safety Legislation Will Soon Be Introduced In New Jersey [AUDIO]

State Senate Democratic leaders are working on a package of gun safety bills that will be formally introduced next week.

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Flickr User colmmcsky
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Gun Safety Options Could Prevent Future Tragedies [AUDIO]

With so much attention towards the shooting of a six-year-old Toms River boy by his four-year-old playmate, measures on gun safety are being brought into the forefront.

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