New Jersey's 'Click It Or Ticket' Program Now UnderwayFrom now until June 3rd, officers will have zero tolerance for people caught not wearing a seat belt.
5 Rescued After Boat Capsizes In Monmouth CountyIt happened shortly after 9 p.m. Friday in Sandy Hook Bay near the Keansburg fishing pier. 
‘I’m Scared For My Friends:’ Students, Parents Devastated By Deadly School Bus CrashIt was supposed to be a field trip full of fun. But happiness turned to heartbreak and fear for these East Brook Middle School fifth graders.
Student, Teacher Killed When School Bus, Dump Truck Collide In Mount Olive, N.J.Sources tell CBS2 the school bus missed an exit and was trying to take an illegal U-turn when the collision occurred.
'A Lot Of People Were Screaming:' Boy, 11, Describes Scene On School Bus In Deadly CrashTheo Ancevski went from the inside of a crushed, toppled school bus to Morristown Medical Center, his back aching from a moment of impact that he said quickly followed the sound of metal on metal.
U.S. Supreme Court Gives States Go-Ahead To Legalize Sports BettingThe court's decision came in a case from New Jersey, which has fought for years to legalize gambling on sports at casinos and racetracks in the state.
New Jersey Holds Final Public Hearing On Legalizing MarijuanaAn assembly oversight committee held a final public hearing Saturday, beyond Gov. Murphy's "major reforms" to the state's medical marijuana program.
Fun On The Farm Helps Kids Disconnect From Electronics, Reconnect With NatureAllaire Community Farm hosted Children’s Mental Health Day, a day for kids to slow down and get back in touch with nature.
Doggie Narcan Helps Save K-9s On The Front Lines Of The Opioid CrisisPolice officers are being trained to treat overdoses in dogs with the same drug used on humans – naloxone, or Narcan.
Girl In League Of Her Own Strives To Become Pro Baseball PlayerAlexia Jorge is the first female athlete on Lyndhurst High School's varsity baseball team, and one of the best -- catching and pitching.
Grape Expectations: Bills Would Boost New Jersey's Wine Growing IndustryThe wine and grape industries provided over $323 million in economic value, bringing in more than 100,000 winery tourists in 2016.
New Cheerleading Policy Sparks Controversy At New Jersey High SchoolA New Jersey high school is trying out a new cheerleading policy that is already stirring up a real hornet's nest after a mother complained when her daughter didn't make the cut.

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