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Seven NJ high school football players charged in hazing scandal

Sayreville - Seven high school football players have been arrested in connection with a hazing scandal and three of the players have been charged with sex crimes for alleged assaults on younger team members last month, prosecutors said.

Revel becomes fourth Atlantic City casino to close this year

Atlantic City - New Jersey's massive Revel Casino Hotel, a gambling behemoth billed as the key to revitalizing Atlantic City's faltering casinos, shut down completely Tuesday despite state intervention and hundreds of millions of dollars in tax incentives.

Family impacted by Hurricane Sandy wins lottery

Beachwood - The phrase "this storm shall pass" has proven true for the Endreson family. They recently won a $20 million lottery jackpot, two years after infamous Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of their community.

NJ Gov. Chris Christie's flip-flop on gun rights sparks ire Special

When New Jersey governor Chris Christie vetoed legislation that would have prohibited the possession of gun magazines holding more than ten rounds of ammunition, it sparked the ire of gun control activists and those who lost loved ones to gun violence.

Tracy Morgan files suit, says Wal-Mart negligent in deadly crash

Trenton - Famed actor and comedian Tracy Morgan has filed suit against retail giant Wal-Mart for its alleged involvement in the crash that left him critically injured and one person dead.

Inspector gets 5 years' probation for stealing $460k in quarters

Hackensack - A former New Jersey inspector recently pleaded guilty to stealing $460,000 in quarters. He's been given five years' probation and will have to pay the city a significant amount of money per month.

39 cats stuffed into 5 small crates, abandoned at NJ shelter

Newark - Authorities are searching for a woman who dropped off five small cat crates stuffed with 39 cats at an Essex county animal shelter in the middle of the night on the evening of July 7.

Frank Sinatra's first driver's license available on auction day

Boston - If you are looking for something original to leave to your kids, how about bidding for Frank Sinatra's very first New Jersey driver's license, on auction Thursday in Boston. It even comes complete with a typo, but they did get the eye color right

Video: Couple assault officer, are grabbed and thrown from train

Union - Onlookers took cell phone video of a New Jersey (NJ) couple being grabbed by police officers and thrown off a train for refusing to leave after bringing their bikes onto the train.

Great white sharks making a splashy comeback off U.S. coasts

Cape May - A New Jersey man fishing with friends off the coast of Cape May has startling evidence that great white sharks are making a comeback after one of the huge fish bit the outboard motor on his boat.

Kayla Calabrese releases new single to country radio

Country music's rising Italian songstress, Kayla Calabrese released her latest single from her self-titled EP to country radio.

Interview: Scott Stapp from Creed talks upcoming solo concerts Special

Scott Stapp, the lead singer from the acclaimed rock band Creed, chatted about his upcoming solo concerts in New York and New Jersey.

Legislation to legalize marijuana in New Jersey planned Monday

State Senator Nicholas Scutari, a Union County, NJ lawmaker, is expected to introduce legislation on Monday that would both legalize and make subject to taxation the sale of marijuana.

Interview with Doug Gray from Marshall Tucker Band: The Paramount Special

Doug Gray is the lead singer of the iconic southern rock group,The Marshall Tucker Band. He opened up about their upcoming concerts in New Jersey and New York.

Op-Ed: Marijuana TV ads get their foot in the door

Newark - What does marijuana have to do with sushi? This weekend, the first TV add that could be seen as promoting weed premiered in New Jersey started out with a slippery guy selling black market sushi.

Poll: Online poker players in NJ deserting unregulated websites

A poll conducted by gaming research firm Commercial Intelligence (CI) has found that players are switching towards regulated online poker rooms in New Jersey.

Raise a spoon America, Yuengling's Ice Cream is back

Pottsville - Yes, I said Yuengling's Ice Cream. After a 30-year hiatus, the company that shares its name with the popular Pennsylvania brewery has revived its ice cream production.

FBI rescues 16 kids forced into prostitution for Super Bowl

The Super Bowl and other big sporting events are lucrative venues for the sex trade in the U.S. There are few statistics on how much traffic increases during large sporting events, but New Jersey, like other states before them, was aware of the problem.

NJ Gov. Chris Christie booed at Super Bowl ceremony

New York - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was booed Saturday as he took the stage during the Super Bowl hand-off ceremony in Times Square. Some in the crowd booed, while at least one other heckler could be heard shouting: "we hate traffic, we hate traffic."

Justin Bieber's private jet searched for drugs

Justin Bieber‘s jet was held at an airport in New Jersey on Friday on suspicion that it was carrying marijuana. Bieber was on his way to the Super Bowl.

Toddler left on school bus due to driver's error

Franklin - New Jersey officials have fired a school bus driver after a toddler was left on his bus for me than six hours after the child was forgotten about.

Op-Ed: Why NJ Governor Chris Christie won't be our next President

Chris Christie is undoubtedly one of the main contenders for the Republican nomination to run for President in 2016; however, given recent events and his already moderate stances he is unlikely to be our next President.

Maple Leafs use familiar tactic to snap losing skid Special

Toronto - Desperate for a win after dropping their last four games, The flu-ridden Toronto Maple Leafs finally got themselves back in the win column Sunday night in Toronto as they now find themselves tied for first in shoot-out wins in the NHL.

On jobs, Sen Cory Booker sees need for 'hemisphere of progress'

With evidence that the U.S. economy may be finding its footing, recently appointed Democratic Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) is tackling the question of American manufacturing.

Same-sex marriages begin in NJ after Christie drops challenge

Newark - New Jersey's Republican governor dropped the state's legal challenge against gay marriage as same-sex couples began marrying in the Garden State just after midnight on Monday.

Democrat Cory Booker wins special New Jersey Senate seat race

Newark - It looks as though Democratic mayor of Newark Cory Booker is going to be bringing his undeniable charisma to the District of Columbia.

New Jersey boardwalk destroyed by fire

Seaside Park - The Seaside Park, New Jersey boardwalk which had survived the wrath of tropical storm Sandy was destroyed by a raging fire Thursday.

Bruno Mars confirmed as halftime show for Super Bowl XLVIII

The season has only just begun, but one major part of Super Bowl XLVIII has been revealed. Bruno Mars has been chosen as the halftime entertainment.

Positive pregnancy tests for sale on Craigslist

A strange and rather disturbing new trend is emerging on Craigslist. Pregnant women are selling positive pregnancy tests to whoever wants them, no questions asked, and usually at $25 a pop.

NJ Gov. Christie calls Small Business Administration a 'disaster'

New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie is not happy with the response of the Small Business Administration in the Sandy aftermath and is making no secret about his feelings. In a speech this week, the N.J. governor called the agency a "disaster."
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Kaci Hickox  has been caring for Ebola patients while working with Doctors Without Borders in Sierra...
Kaci Hickox, has been caring for Ebola patients while working with Doctors Without Borders in Sierra Leone. She is the first person in New Jersey placed under a mandatory 21-day quarantine at a New Jersey hospital
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One New Jersey community destroyed by Hurricane Sandy
One New Jersey community destroyed by Hurricane Sandy
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) departs City Hall in Fort Lee  New Jersey January 9  2014. Ch...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) departs City Hall in Fort Lee, New Jersey January 9, 2014. Christie met with the mayor of Fort Lee to discuss a brewing scandal to settle a political score
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Visitors to the park can enjoy the views of the Atlantic and stroll along or go fishing off this wal...
Visitors to the park can enjoy the views of the Atlantic and stroll along or go fishing off this walkway.
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New Jersey Severe Storm Damage
New Jersey Severe Storm Damage
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Winter s first snowfall hits New Jersey
Winter's first snowfall hits New Jersey
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Gambling establishments and clubs are a staple along the Atlantic City boardwalk.
Gambling establishments and clubs are a staple along the Atlantic City boardwalk.
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Mayor Cory Booker responds to a resident after Hurricane Sandy.
Mayor Cory Booker responds to a resident after Hurricane Sandy.
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Sunbathers  surfers and swimmers enjoy the breezy beaches of Long Beach Island during August 2013.
Sunbathers, surfers and swimmers enjoy the breezy beaches of Long Beach Island during August 2013.
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There is much sea life to be found in High Bar Harbor  located at the northern end of Long Beach Isl...
There is much sea life to be found in High Bar Harbor, located at the northern end of Long Beach Island. Here a couple drops a net into the water to see what can be found.
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New Jersey National Guard soldiers assist displaced residents at the town of Hoboken
New Jersey National Guard soldiers assist displaced residents at the town of Hoboken
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The bay up in Barnegat Light keeps all sorts of surprises. You never know what you might see as you ...
The bay up in Barnegat Light keeps all sorts of surprises. You never know what you might see as you walk along the bay beach.
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Port Authority Trans-Hudson or PATH train passing through an industrial area in New Jersey while in ...
Port Authority Trans-Hudson or PATH train passing through an industrial area in New Jersey while in route to the transportation hub and terminal at the new World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. PATH is a rapid transit railroad serving Newark, Harrison, Hoboken and Jersey City in metropolitan northern New Jersey and Manhattan in New York City. It has an average weekday ridership of 259,100. It is operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
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This grab may have led to the assault which follows.
This grab may have led to the assault which follows.
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From Belamr s annual Sand Castle Competition in Belmar  NJ.
From Belamr's annual Sand Castle Competition in Belmar, NJ.
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Aerial views of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy to the New Jersey coast
Aerial views of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy to the New Jersey coast
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File photo: Mayor Cory Booker hand delivers diapers and milk to a Newark  N.J. resident without powe...
File photo: Mayor Cory Booker hand delivers diapers and milk to a Newark, N.J. resident without power
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Bound Brook  NJ  September 18  1999 -- members of Port Authority Police Department s (PAPD) Emergenc...
Bound Brook, NJ, September 18, 1999 -- members of Port Authority Police Department's (PAPD) Emergency Service Unit go house to house to make sure no residents were trapped in their homes in the aftermath of a storm that brought severe flooding to the area. The PAPD occasionally provides assistance to local police departments in New Jersey which are mostly small-town agencies that lack the resources and expertise of police departments in large cities.
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks during his annual State of the State address in Trenton  N...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks during his annual State of the State address in Trenton, New Jersey January 14, 2014
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