"Death Race 2012" was back in the news on Thursday, as the attorney for one of the troopers involved held a press conference, while word spread about impending charges from the Attorney General.

FRIDAY'S HEADLINES

  • Attorney General Jeff Chiesa will hold a press event today to announce changes to police escort policies, and is expected to announce charges against the two troopers.
  • A powerful line of thunderstorms ripped through New Jersey yesterday evening.
  • Kelly Waldron examines why there has been an uptick in shark and stingray sightings at the shore.
  • A disturbing new report reveals that many sex offenders are slipping through the cracks in New Jersey.
  • Some towns, such as Galloway, are asking public employees to take voluntary layoffs.
  • What is the link between human trafficking and the Super Bowl.
  • At his latest town hall in LBI, Governor Christie addressed the issue of homelessness in AC.
  • Why are people holding on to their cars longer?
  • Should NJ judges be forced to contribute more for their "cadillac" benefits package.
  • One roller-coaster rider had a bizarre thing happen to him at Great Adventure.
  • Complete coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics.

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Thursday's poll asked if casino gambling should be allowed at the Meadowlands.  37% say yes, 15% no, and 48% think only after Atlantic City gets 5 years to turn it around.

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