The controversial red decals for teen drivers are here to stay. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that requiring the stickers on a young driver's license plate doesn't violate federal privacy laws.
Legislation that would increase requirements for young people to get driver's licenses has been approved in the New Jersey Assembly -- even though Gov. Chris Christie vetoed an identical bill earlier this year.
Middle Township Patrolman Martin Lindholm is recovering from injuries sustained when a 75 year old driver failed to yield at an intersection and collided with his patrol car. It happened Saturday night
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