Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Tuesday:

⬛ Students scramble to prep for finals as Rutgers strike drags on
Gov. Phil Murphy has demanded a quick end to the Rutgers professors strike, but it is not clear how much progress has been made.

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⬛ US finds WSJ reporter in Russia is wrongfully detained
The Biden administration formally determined Monday that a Wall Street Journal reporter arrested in Russia on espionage charges has been "wrongfully detained."

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⬛ Allergy suffering expected to worsen in NJ in weeks ahead
Some of the more allergenic trees are just getting started with their impacts on allergy sufferers in New Jersey.

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⬛ 3 injured after wind lifts inflatable amusement ride in Lakewood
Lakewood police said one person on the amusement at an event on Summer Avenue suffered a fractured skull while the others has less severe injuries.

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⬛ NJ man shoots woman, cop then kills himself, officials say
Alkabir Boone, who has a history of criminal activity, has been identified as the suspected shooter along Hanover Street in Phillipsburg on Saturday.

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