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NJ Police Officer Struck, Injured By Hit-And-Run DriverNewark police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck and injured a longtime city officer.
Ballot Selfies: Are They Allowed In Your State?Laws nationwide are mixed on the question of whether voters are allowed to take pictures of themselves voting and their ballots.
Holiday Food Drive Underway In Burlington CountyThe calendar may have Halloween arriving in about a week, but in Burlington County, efforts are on to help the less fortunate through the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Car In Maple ShadeIt happened around 1 a.m. Saturday in the northbound lanes of Route 73.
Many Victims Of Sandy Still Homeless, Almost 4 Years LaterIt's thought that half of the 8,000 families who sought help from the government are still in rebuilding mode.
Chris Christie Aide On Trial Says She Told Him Of Traffic StudyBridget Kelly is accused of plotting with two other former Christie allies to close lanes on the bridge.
South Jersey Man Refuses To Allow Disability Define HimNational Disability Employment Awareness Month is designed to raise awareness about the importance of finding meaningful work for people with disabilities.
NJ Police Departments Squaring Off On Ice To Aid Recovering OfficerThe Camden County Police Department wants to raise money for Vadell’s family and is challenging Atlantic City’s police and first departments to a hockey game this Saturday.
Bus Driver For NJ School District Arrested For Possession Of Child PornographyAuthorities say they arrested a bus driver and charged him with possession of child pornography.
NJ Legislative Hearings Begin Into Hoboken Rail CrashA joint legislative committee in Trenton has begun hearings into the operations of New Jersey Transit.
Adviser Says He Told Christie Officials Knew Of Bridge PlotMike DuHaime said he told Christie ahead of a news conference two months after the September 2013 lane closures.
Man Pens Letter Praising NJ Trooper After Getting Speeding TicketOne man took the time to write a letter to New Jersey State Police about the trooper who wrote him a speeding ticket.

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