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Cops: NJ Store Clerk Dead In Parking Lot ShootingA New Jersey convenience store clerk has died after being shot in the store's parking lot, according to officials.
Cops: One Dead After SUV Collision On NJ RoadwayOne woman was killed after two sports utility vehicles went off the roadway in a crash on a New Jersey roadway, police said.
NJ Church Raises Funds To Welcome Syrian Refugee FamilyA church in New Jersey voted unanimously to help sponsor a family of Syrian refugees who arrived in the United States earlier this week.
Group: Syrian Refugee Family To Be Resettled In PatersonA Syrian family is preparing to be resettled in northern New Jersey a week after Gov. Christie said that NJ wouldn't accept more refugees.
Jersey City Mayor Fires Back After Trump's Controversial 9/11 CommentsJersey City Mayor Steven Fulop says Trump is "plain wrong" and is politicizing an emotionally charged issue.
Police Search For Missing Man After Canoe Capsizes In NJ LakeRecovery efforts are underway for a man who went missing when his canoe capsized in White Meadow Lake.
Ruling To Fire NJ Teachers Over Alleged Racist Remarks OverturnedThe judges said Wednesday that the penalty was too harsh and ordered the state education commissioner's office to hold a new hearing.
NJ State Trooper Killed In 1973 Shooting Honored With MonumentNew Jersey State officials dedicated a monument Wednesday in remembrance of a state trooper who was killed in the line of duty more than forty years ago.
Only 35 Percent Of NYC Students College-Ready, DOE SaysOne pro-charter group leader said the numbers "remind us that with two thirds of high school students failing to graduate college ready, education in New York City is in a state of emergency.''
With Christie On The Campaign Trail, Democrats Pickup Three Seats In New JerseyIt remained to be seen how the election results would impact issues like funding road projects and pension reform.
Goats Spotted Grazing Off Garden State ParkwayThere's a duo of goats on the lam in New Jersey, and officials are trying to herd them back to safety.
Bears In Suburbia: Are Humans To Blame? NJ Wildlife Experts Weigh InRutgers University's Brook Maslo and NJ Animal Protection League's Angie Melter say humans may play a big role in recent sightings.
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