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NJ’s Spike In Burglaries The Catalyst For New Bill

Under current New Jersey law, all burglary offenses are third-degree crimes, unless a burglar was armed with an explosive or deadly weapon or had inflicted or threatened to inflict bodily injury on any victims.

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Foes In NJ Sports Betting Suit To Argue Cases

A federal judge is expected to decide whether to temporarily delay New Jersey's plan to allow sports gambling beginning next month

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President Obama Addresses The Nation On The Connecticut School Shooting (Getty Images)
President Obama Addresses The Nation On The Connecticut School Shooting (Getty Images)
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Tearful Obama Calls For ‘Meaningful Action’ After Shooting [VIDEO]

 

A tearful President Barack Obama said Friday he grieved first as a father about the massacre at a Connecticut elementary school, declaring, "Our hearts are broken today." He called for "meaningful action" to prevent such shootings but did not say what it should be.

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Governor Christie with Barbara Walters
Governor Christie interviewed by Barbara Walters for her "10 Most Fascinating People of 2012" special. (ABC)
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Barbara Walters Calls Chris Christie A Teddy Bear & Grizzly Bear [VIDEO]

Barbara Walters describes Governor Christie as "a bear of a man-- sometimes teddy bear,sometimes grizzly bear" in naming him one her 10 Most Fascinating of 2012.

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Paulsboro residents attend open house about train derailment cleanup
Paulsboro residents attend open house about train derailment cleanup (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Paulsboro Meeting Spirals Out Of Control [AUDIO/PHOTOS]

A community information meeting about the Paulsboro train derailment and hazardous chemical release did not turn out as planned.

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Assembly Members Get Firsthand Look At Storm Damage [PHOTOS]

Members of the New Jersey Assembly are getting a firsthand look at storm-damaged coastal towns from Seaside Heights to Mantoloking.

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Governor Kim Guadagno, Health and Senior Services Commissioner Mary O'Dowd and Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher
Governor Kim Guadagno, Health and Senior Services Commissioner Mary O'Dowd and Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher during last year's Season of Service (Tim Larson, Governor's Office)
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Christie, Cabinet Handing Out Holiday Meals

Gov. Chris Christie and other top state officials are trying to be sure residents hit hard by Superstorm Sandy will get to celebrate Thanksgiving.

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Governor's Office
Governor's Office
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Chris Christie Says Jersey Shore Will Be Open Next Summer [AUDIO]

With a post-Hurricane Sandy recovery phase nearly complete, Governor Christie says it’s now time to focus on rebuilding New Jersey.

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Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis speaks to residents in Brick
Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis speaks to residents in Brick (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Power Issue In Brick Township Heating Up [POLL/AUDIO]

While most Jersey Central Power and Light customers in Ocean and Monmouth Counties have been restored to full power, there is a section of Brick Township that remains in the dark today. It was an area that has hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy.

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Storms gather over Barnegat Bay
Storms gather over Barnegat Bay (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
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Storm Could Have Long Term Impact On Barnegat Bay [AUDIO]

We see the devastating impact that Super Storm Sandy had on many Garden State residents, but how did it affect the Barnegat Bay?

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
Mario Tama, Getty Images
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‘Can-Do AC’ Blog Launched To Update Atlantic City Progress After Sandy [AUDIO]

Not content to let over a year of positive momentum be derailed by Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic City is documenting its recovery and welcoming visitors back by launching a new blog called "Can-Do AC."

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JCP+L crew works during the Nor'easter (JCP+L)
JCP+L crew works during the Nor'easter (JCP+L)
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JCP+L Restorations To Continue Through Next Week [VIDEO]

JCP+L says they expect their customers who lost power during Sandy to be restored "the end of the weekend" but those who went dark during the Nor'easter will have a longer wait.

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