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Exchange Student Rejected By Public H.S. Offered Spot At Top NJ Private School Video included

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17-year-old Netherlands resident Thomas Van Uggelen traveled over 4,600 miles by air to attend school in New Jersey, only to get rejected once he arrived in the Garden State. “I didn't expect this at all. I know a few other exchange students and everything was going well with them and then I had all of this,” he said. Van Uggelen planned to leave his home country for a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a public high school student in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey. More>>

Video Surfaces Of Irate Jersey City Staffer Confronting Residents About Litter Video included

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A viral video has surfaced that shows Jersey City, City Hall employee Brooke Hansson going on a vulgar rant about litter on the streets. In the video you see Hansson yelling directly at people to clean up their mess. “Tell me what the f*** this is. Clean up your f****** garbage. Self-respect! Do not live in garbage," she screams at people on the street. Hansson reportedly works on Mayor Fulop's “Stop the Drop” anti-litter campaign. More>>

Christmas Craze Coming to NJ Early This Year Video included

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It's only September, but the big box stores are already putting Christmas trees and apparel out on the shelves and some people say it's just too early for all that stuff!  “I just saw Christmas trees and Christmas decorations and my air conditioner is on at home. So I have no intention of going anywhere near them, I think it's a horrible idea,” one customer said. More>>

Christie, Cuomo & de Blasio Collaborate On Safety & Security Measures Video included

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Yesterday Governor Christie alongside New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the City's Mayor Bill de Blasio held a press conference to announce a bi-state review of current safety and security procedures to prepare the two states for any potential threats. More>>

Ray Rice Offered NJ’s Pre-Trial Intervention Despite Violent Nature Of Video Video included

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The Ray Rice story continues to dominate the news. ESPN's Outside the Lines uncovered that less than 1% of people involved in domestic violence cases in New Jersey are offered the pre-trial intervention program that Ray Rice received after video surfaced of the former NFL star knocking his wife unconscious in a Revel Casino elevator. More>>

Kids Of Man Killed In Uzi Accident Make Touching Video For Girl Involved In Tragedy Video included

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The story about the 9-year-old New Jersey girl who accidentally killed her firearms instructor, Charles Vacca, while operating an Uzi made national headlines and opened up the debate about the use of guns especially among children. Now Vacca's four children have come out with an emotional and heartfelt video wishing the 9-year-old girl peace. More>>

Photographer Captures Surfers Paradise On Jersey Shore Video included

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Photographer David Nilson has traveled the world swimming, surfing, and photographing the ocean. He's taken his camera to Costa Rica, Fiji, California, and up and down the entire east coast, but some of his most beautiful work stems from right here in New Jersey specifically at Seaside Park, where he was born and raised. More>>

Halloween Fever Coming To NJ Early This Year Video included

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From masks and hilarious costumes to scary displays, shoppers are already starting their preparations for Halloween. With so many costume stores popping up all across the state, it seems that Halloween season is in full swing, despite the holiday being over a month away. More>>

Backstage At The Miss America Pageant Video included

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The 2015 Miss America Pageant took place on Sunday night and while Miss New York, Kira Kazantsev, walked away with this year's crown, all of the 53 lovely ladies who participated in the event spent years preparing for the big day! So what does it take to be Miss America? Chairman Sam Haskell discussed what advice he has for possible pageant queen prospects. More>>

One-year After Seaside Boardwalk Fire Video included

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One year ago flames engulfed parts of the Seaside Boardwalk damaging much of what was just recently restored from Superstorm Sandy. Many people questioned when the Jersey Shore was going to catch a break, and depending on who you ask, some still think that the shore is not necessarily restored. The blaze began at the popular Sawmill restaurant and bar and in no time the fire quickly spread down the boardwalk.
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EMT Indicted For Stealing Victims Credit Card During Emergency Call Video included

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Monmouth County Prosecutors say that an EMT responding to an emergency call in Howell, New Jersey helped the victim and then helped herself to the victim's credit card. It's alleged that Lori Wegner of Toms River, New Jersey even tried using the card later in the day. The ambulance service she worked for MONOC says she's since been fired. More>>

New Jerseyan’s Remember 9/11 13-Years After The Tragic Event Video included

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Yesterday marked the 13th anniversary of the tragic events that took place on September 11th. The nation continues to remember and mourn the loss of Americans on that day which affected so many people in the Garden State. At the Passaic City Hall a touching ceremony was led by former Councilman Kenneth Lucianin who personally looks at his survival as a gift. More>>

New Sayreville Law Will Prohibit Persons Under 21 From Buying Cigarettes Video included

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We all know smoking is bad for you, but shouldn't it be your choice to have a smoke or not? A new law in Sayreville, New Jersey will now limit the sale of cigarettes only to people 21 years-of-age or older. While this law was passed with the intention to help reduce the number of teenage smokers, all its really done is anger convenience store owners and drive away customers. More>>

Meteorologists Predict a Cold, Snowy Winter For NJ Video included

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It may be time to dust off those winter coats, cold weather could be coming our way much quicker than you think. As early as next week areas all across New Jersey should start to see temperatures drop drastically with the northern part of the state getting down into the upper 40's. More>>

Latest Victim In Alleged Harrah’s Security Assault Joins Ongoing Lawsuit Video included

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Amy Walsh, a registered nurse from Metuchen, New Jersey, was excited to celebrate her cousin's bachelorette party at Harrah's Pool After Dark in Atlantic City. They made a VIP reservation for six and were enjoying their night until they were told that their table only held five, and that's when Walsh says all hell broke loose. Walsh says she was the latest in a series of people allegedly assaulted by Harrah's security and has since filed a lawsuit.
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Vice Principal Rescues Kitten From Hood Of Teacher’s Car Video included

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The Vice Principal of Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, Dominick Tarquinio, is being deemed a hero after rescuing a small kitten from under the hood of a car. The black kitten with bright green eyes was stuck inside the hood of teacher Pamela Burke-Haug's vehicle. “I heard a meow and I looked under the car, I thought maybe there were cats under the car, there was nothing there and the kids were making noise so I brought them to school,” she recalled. More>>

NJ’s Pre-Trial Intervention Being Questioned In Wake Of Ray Rice Video Video included

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The video showing former NFL star Ray Rice punching his now wife Janay has really struck a chord across the country. Since TMZ released the video earlier in the week Rice's contract with the Baltimore Ravens has been terminated as well as his involvement with the NFL all together. Because this was Rice's first offense, he was granted the opportunity to enter an intervention program rather than facing jail time or criminal charges.
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Nearly 300 Newark Students Walk Out Of Class, Protest School System Video included

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Yesterday Newark's student union, which consists of a large group of students from all over New Jersey's biggest city, walked out of school in order to make a dramatic point to Governor Christie about their discontent with Newark's public school system. The students referred to this demonstration as a “school shutdown” and they are asking the governor for a couple things including: getting-rid of Superintendent Cami Anderson and hosting a town hall meeting in Newark. More>>

Port Authority Police Discuss Suicide Prevention On NJ Bridges Video included

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Yesterday was suicide prevention day and sadly Port Authority police officers all-too often have to deal with the reality of people trying to take their lives by jumping off some of New York and New Jersey's highest bridges. Officer Shpresa Liharevic said that her and her team helped save a man's life earlier this week and she explained how there really is no greater feeling than making a difference in someone's life. More>>

'Long Road Home America' Helping Wounded Veterans Get Back In Their Homes Video included

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Richard King is a Vietnam Veteran from Ridgewood, New Jersey who road across the country, over 10,000 miles, to support the “Long Road Home America”. “These serious wounded veterans coming home with amputations, multiple amputations, didn't even have access to the home that they left,” he said. King created this organization to help raise money for disabled vets to get back into their homes when they return from service. More>>

Janay Rice Stands By Her Man After Video Surfaces Of Domestic Violence Incident Video included

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People all over the country are still buzzing about the domestic violence incident involving former NFL star Ray Rice. Surveillance video surfaced from February that showed graphic images of Rice punching his now wife Janay in a Revel Casino elevator before dragging her unconscious body out into the hallway. More>>

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  • Miss America Shoe Parade Stomping The Streets Of AC

    Miss America Shoe Parade Stomping The Streets Of AC

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 11:52 AM EDT2014-09-10 15:52:52 GMT
    While New Jersey's boardwalk empire of Atlantic City may be crumbling after recent casino closings, the Miss America Pageant is surely bringing a ray of sunshine to this cloudy city. As part of the festivities, the upcoming shoe parade is not only important for the models and shoe companies, but also for Atlantic City which needs as much positive publicity as it can get.  Contestants will be parading around in custom-made shoes that reflect each girl's individual personality.
    While New Jersey's boardwalk empire of Atlantic City may be crumbling after recent casino closings, the Miss America Pageant is surely bringing a ray of sunshine to this cloudy city. As part of the festivities, the upcoming shoe parade is not only important for the models and shoe companies, but also for Atlantic City which needs as much positive publicity as it can get.  Contestants will be parading around in custom-made shoes that reflect each girl's individual personality.
  • Sports Betting Is On Its Way To NJ Casinos And Racetracks

    Sports Betting Is On Its Way To NJ Casinos And Racetracks

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 11:23 AM EDT2014-09-10 15:23:51 GMT
    Place your bets! Sports betting is coming to New Jersey, possibly as soon as this November. With four casinos in Atlantic City closing their doors, and possibly a fifth after the Trump Taj Mahal filed for bankruptcy, Governor Christie has changed his stance on bringing sports betting to the Garden State.
    Place your bets! Sports betting is coming to New Jersey, possibly as soon as this November. With four casinos in Atlantic City closing their doors, and possibly a fifth after the Trump Taj Mahal filed for bankruptcy, Governor Christie has changed his stance on bringing sports betting to the Garden State.
  • Bald Eagle Found Dead In Newark Apartment Complex

    Bald Eagle Found Dead In Newark Apartment Complex

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 11:19 AM EDT2014-09-10 15:19:57 GMT
    A bald eagle was found dead lying in the parking lot of Wakeman Square, a residential apartment complex in Newark, New Jersey. Junior Castillo is the super of the complex and he immediately called the police and took pictures and video of the scene. The footage taken by Castillo shows the bald eagle lifeless in the visitor's parking lot with a group of concerned neighbors who came out of their apartments to see exactly what happened.
    A bald eagle was found dead lying in the parking lot of Wakeman Square, a residential apartment complex in Newark, New Jersey. Junior Castillo is the super of the complex and he immediately called the police and took pictures and video of the scene. The footage taken by Castillo shows the bald eagle lifeless in the visitor's parking lot with a group of concerned neighbors who came out of their apartments to see exactly what happened.
  • Christie On The Defense

    Christie On The Defense

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 10:52 AM EDT2014-09-10 14:52:08 GMT
    Governor Christie was a little defensive at an event he held at the Catto Community Family School in Camden, New Jersey where he was discussing the future of schools in the city. Christie was asked about the Atlantic County prosecutor who was involved in both Ray Rice's trial and the trial of Shaneen Allen.
    Governor Christie was a little defensive at an event he held at the Catto Community Family School in Camden, New Jersey where he was discussing the future of schools in the city. Christie was asked about the Atlantic County prosecutor who was involved in both Ray Rice's trial and the trial of Shaneen Allen.
  • Is NJ’s Food Stamp Program Enough For People To Survive?

    Is NJ’s Food Stamp Program Enough For People To Survive?

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 9:46 AM EDT2014-09-10 13:46:43 GMT
    This week members of the community and several New Jersey politicians will be participating in the SNAP or food stamp challenge to help raise awareness of what some say is a lack of benefits provided by the Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program or food stamps. The average person living in poverty in New Jersey receives $30 a week in food stamps and some people say that simply is not enough to survive.
    This week members of the community and several New Jersey politicians will be participating in the SNAP or food stamp challenge to help raise awareness of what some say is a lack of benefits provided by the Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program or food stamps. The average person living in poverty in New Jersey receives $30 a week in food stamps and some people say that simply is not enough to survive.
  • Caesars Casino Promotes Dinner With Manny Pacquiao

    Caesars Casino Promotes Dinner With Manny Pacquiao

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 2:15 PM EDT2014-09-09 18:15:20 GMT
    Caesars Interactive Entertainment gave two lucky New Jersey winners a once in a lifetime chance to meet and have dinner with Fighter of the Decade Congressman Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, boxing's only eight-division world champion! The two lucky New Jersey winners, Gino Colao and Tracy Parker, got a firsthand experience with the champ himself. Pacquiao had some inspiring words to share with the winners and all of his fans about boxing and what it takes to succeed.
    Caesars Interactive Entertainment gave two lucky New Jersey winners a once in a lifetime chance to meet and have dinner with Fighter of the Decade Congressman Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, boxing's only eight-division world champion! The two lucky New Jersey winners, Gino Colao and Tracy Parker, got a firsthand experience with the champ himself. Pacquiao had some inspiring words to share with the winners and all of his fans about boxing and what it takes to succeed.
  • TMZ’s Harvey Levin Talks Ray Rice After NFL Suspends Player Indefinitely

    TMZ’s Harvey Levin Talks Ray Rice After NFL Suspends Player Indefinitely

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 1:45 PM EDT2014-09-09 17:45:35 GMT
    Ray Rice, former player for the Baltimore Ravens and now former NFL star, was caught on surveillance video punching his now wife, Janay Rice, and knocking her unconscious in an elevator at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City. Rice is now on trial for criminal charges for assault and battery and a felony offense of domestic violence.
    Ray Rice, former player for the Baltimore Ravens and now former NFL star, was caught on surveillance video punching his now wife, Janay Rice, and knocking her unconscious in an elevator at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City. Rice is now on trial for criminal charges for assault and battery and a felony offense of domestic violence.
  • DEP Warns Contaminated NJ Water Making Seafood Toxic

    DEP Warns Contaminated NJ Water Making Seafood Toxic

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 1:00 PM EDT2014-09-09 17:00:37 GMT
    If you're living in the Hudson County area and fish in the Newark River off of Bayonne you should probably find a new fishing-hole if you're looking for something to cook. Due to contamination in the water it is literally illegal to catch and eat anything that comes from this section of the Newark River, but people do it anyway. There are dozens of signs indicating how dangerous it is fishing and eating the sea-life in the river.
    If you're living in the Hudson County area and fish in the Newark River off of Bayonne you should probably find a new fishing-hole if you're looking for something to cook. Due to contamination in the water it is literally illegal to catch and eat anything that comes from this section of the Newark River, but people do it anyway. There are dozens of signs indicating how dangerous it is fishing and eating the sea-life in the river.
  • Woman Found Dead In Woods Near Old Tent City

    Woman Found Dead In Woods Near Old Tent City

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 11:54 AM EDT2014-09-09 15:54:14 GMT
    38-year-old Yolanda Kelly was found dead not far from the old tent city in Lakewood, New Jersey. Kelly's body was found in another homeless encampment just off the railroad tracks near Ocean and Cedarbridge Avenues in a makeshift tent at around 7:00 p.m. on Saturday night. Minister Steve Brigham has worked tirelessly trying to help residents of the former tent city encampment.
    38-year-old Yolanda Kelly was found dead not far from the old tent city in Lakewood, New Jersey. Kelly's body was found in another homeless encampment just off the railroad tracks near Ocean and Cedarbridge Avenues in a makeshift tent at around 7:00 p.m. on Saturday night. Minister Steve Brigham has worked tirelessly trying to help residents of the former tent city encampment.
  • Democrats Remind New Jerseyans Of Bridgegate Scandal One-Year Later

    Democrats Remind New Jerseyans Of Bridgegate Scandal One-Year Later

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 11:39 AM EDT2014-09-09 15:39:13 GMT
    Governor Christie may be entertaining the idea of running for president, but Democrats won't let that happen without a fight. Yesterday, Democratic National Chairman Debbie Wasserman-Schulz stood at the George Washington Bridge and waged war on Christie trying to remind people about the infamous bridgegate scandal.
    Governor Christie may be entertaining the idea of running for president, but Democrats won't let that happen without a fight. Yesterday, Democratic National Chairman Debbie Wasserman-Schulz stood at the George Washington Bridge and waged war on Christie trying to remind people about the infamous bridgegate scandal.
  • Cops Shut Down Marching Band Over Noise Complaint.

    Cops Shut Down Marching Band Over Noise Complaint.

    Monday, September 8 2014 12:02 PM EDT2014-09-08 16:02:40 GMT
    The Brick Memorial High School marching band is ranked as one of the best marching bands on the east coast, having won several national competitions in recent years. However, on Tuesday during a rehearsal, police showed up to shut them down after receiving numerous noise complaints.
    The Brick Memorial High School marching band is ranked as one of the best marching bands on the east coast, having won several national competitions in recent years. However, on Tuesday during a rehearsal, police showed up to shut them down after receiving numerous noise complaints.
  • Top Football Player's Name Cleared in Probe

    Top Football Player's Name Cleared in Probe

    Monday, September 8 2014 12:01 PM EDT2014-09-08 16:01:33 GMT
    Rashan Gary is an all-star football player at Paramus Catholic in Bergen County. At 6'4” and 290 pounds, the 16 year-old is the #1 high school football recruit in the country and has football scholarship offers from over 30 major colleges. To Gary's mom, Jennifer Coney, he's just a kid who counts his blessings.
    Rashan Gary is an all-star football player at Paramus Catholic in Bergen County. At 6'4” and 290 pounds, the 16 year-old is the #1 high school football recruit in the country and has football scholarship offers from over 30 major colleges. To Gary's mom, Jennifer Coney, he's just a kid who counts his blessings.
  • New Jersey Gas Stations Ill Prepared For This Hurricane Season

    New Jersey Gas Stations Ill Prepared For This Hurricane Season

    Monday, September 8 2014 11:19 AM EDT2014-09-08 15:19:03 GMT
    It's officially hurricane season in New Jersey, and the state is doing everything it can to prepare...for next year. The Office of Emergency Management is going to receive 52 generators to help keep gas stations up and running in case of another storm. The state will give the generators to gas stations in strategic locations, but the problem is they won't be getting them until November which is well after hurricane season.
    It's officially hurricane season in New Jersey, and the state is doing everything it can to prepare...for next year. The Office of Emergency Management is going to receive 52 generators to help keep gas stations up and running in case of another storm. The state will give the generators to gas stations in strategic locations, but the problem is they won't be getting them until November which is well after hurricane season.
  • Parents Protest Safety Concerns In West New York Amid School-Year Starting

    Parents Protest Safety Concerns In West New York Amid School-Year Starting

    Monday, September 8 2014 10:57 AM EDT2014-09-08 14:57:15 GMT
    School may have just started in most New Jersey districts, but it looks like West New York is already dealing with a big school controversy. Parents in town are concerned for the safety of their kids on their way to and from school. This is because one of the district's schools is closed for renovation and so the kids have been scattered between the other schools in the district. Now some students as young as five-years-old are forced to walk 15 blocks further to get to school.
    School may have just started in most New Jersey districts, but it looks like West New York is already dealing with a big school controversy. Parents in town are concerned for the safety of their kids on their way to and from school. This is because one of the district's schools is closed for renovation and so the kids have been scattered between the other schools in the district. Now some students as young as five-years-old are forced to walk 15 blocks further to get to school.
  • Poll Says NJ Is Home To Four Of The Best Pizzerias Nationwide

    Poll Says NJ Is Home To Four Of The Best Pizzerias Nationwide

    Saturday, September 6 2014 11:28 AM EDT2014-09-06 15:28:17 GMT
    The Dailymeal.com put out a list of the 101 best pizzas in America and New Jersey is home to four of the best pizzeria restaurants nationwide! Nick Azzaro says that his PaPa's Pizza in Robbinsville, New Jersey makes the list every year because his food is consistently tasty right down to the water he has shipped in from Trenton.
    The Dailymeal.com put out a list of the 101 best pizzas in America and New Jersey is home to four of the best pizzeria restaurants nationwide! Nick Azzaro says that his PaPa's Pizza in Robbinsville, New Jersey makes the list every year because his food is consistently tasty right down to the water he has shipped in from Trenton.
  • Solar Powered Transportation Pods Coming To Secaucus

    Solar Powered Transportation Pods Coming To Secaucus

    Friday, September 5 2014 12:03 PM EDT2014-09-05 16:03:58 GMT
    There is a new mode of transportation on its way from West Virginia to Secaucus, New Jersey. JPODS transportation is going to be an alternative solar powered way for people to get from point A to point B without the use of oil. This self-driving pod was created by two West Point graduates and is currently in the prototype testing stages.
    There is a new mode of transportation on its way from West Virginia to Secaucus, New Jersey. JPODS transportation is going to be an alternative solar powered way for people to get from point A to point B without the use of oil. This self-driving pod was created by two West Point graduates and is currently in the prototype testing stages.
  • Bagel Store Bandit Caught On Camera Stealing Tip Jars

    Bagel Store Bandit Caught On Camera Stealing Tip Jars

    Friday, September 5 2014 11:23 AM EDT2014-09-05 15:23:09 GMT
    Nail down your tip jars! A serial tip stealer is sweeping through Budd Lake, New Jersey targeting bagel stores in the area. Mt. Olive Bagels in Budd Lake caught the thief on camera stealing an estimated $30 in tips. The store manager, John, posted the video on Facebook and got a huge response on social media. After over 1,500 shares, a woman who witnessed the crime came forward and helped identify the thief as Jennifer Flaherty.
    Nail down your tip jars! A serial tip stealer is sweeping through Budd Lake, New Jersey targeting bagel stores in the area. Mt. Olive Bagels in Budd Lake caught the thief on camera stealing an estimated $30 in tips. The store manager, John, posted the video on Facebook and got a huge response on social media. After over 1,500 shares, a woman who witnessed the crime came forward and helped identify the thief as Jennifer Flaherty.
  • First Day Of School Plagued With Controversy In Some NJ School Districts

    First Day Of School Plagued With Controversy In Some NJ School Districts

    Friday, September 5 2014 11:22 AM EDT2014-09-05 15:22:29 GMT
    As of last week, the school district in Paterson, New Jersey had over 130 teaching vacancies. Through aggressive hiring's they managed to lower that number to 80, but with the school year now in full swing the community is asking the question, why weren't schools more prepared?
    As of last week, the school district in Paterson, New Jersey had over 130 teaching vacancies. Through aggressive hiring's they managed to lower that number to 80, but with the school year now in full swing the community is asking the question, why weren't schools more prepared?
  • Christie Working To Fix Struggling Atlantic City Economy

    Christie Working To Fix Struggling Atlantic City Economy

    Friday, September 5 2014 10:15 AM EDT2014-09-05 14:15:13 GMT
    Back in March 2012 Governor Chris Christie was very optimistic that plans for the new Revel Casino would save Atlantic City and the struggling casino industry there. “I can go on for all the reasons that this is going to be economically advantageous to the region and to the state, but you all know that and can sense it. You've heard all those numbers before,” he said.
    Back in March 2012 Governor Chris Christie was very optimistic that plans for the new Revel Casino would save Atlantic City and the struggling casino industry there. “I can go on for all the reasons that this is going to be economically advantageous to the region and to the state, but you all know that and can sense it. You've heard all those numbers before,” he said.
  • $1 Million Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In North Bergen Still Unclaimed

    $1 Million Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In North Bergen Still Unclaimed

    Thursday, September 4 2014 2:25 PM EDT2014-09-04 18:25:47 GMT
    When you go to the convenience store you often check the expiration date on items such as milk, bread and eggs, but what about a $1,000,000 winning NJ Powerball Lottery Ticket!? It turns out that someone purchased a winning Powerball ticket from the Convenience Express in North Bergen, New Jersey back in September, 2013, but no one has stepped forward to claim it. NJ Powerball rules state that one must claim their prize within one year of the drawing date or their prize will be forfeited.
    When you go to the convenience store you often check the expiration date on items such as milk, bread and eggs, but what about a $1,000,000 winning NJ Powerball Lottery Ticket!? It turns out that someone purchased a winning Powerball ticket from the Convenience Express in North Bergen, New Jersey back in September, 2013, but no one has stepped forward to claim it. NJ Powerball rules state that one must claim their prize within one year of the drawing date or their prize will be forfeited.
  • Home Depot: Possibly The Latest Victim Of Huge Data Security Breach

    Home Depot: Possibly The Latest Victim Of Huge Data Security Breach

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:20 AM EDT2014-09-04 15:20:41 GMT
    When we go shopping and use our credit cards, we often take for granted just how secure our personal information is. This year we've seen a rash of security breaches at major stores like: target, Michael's, P. F. Chang's and UPS. Well now, there is possibly another major data security breach at Home Depot. The major U.S. chain said that it was investigating whether or not costumer's credit card data has been hacked and put on the black market.
    When we go shopping and use our credit cards, we often take for granted just how secure our personal information is. This year we've seen a rash of security breaches at major stores like: target, Michael's, P. F. Chang's and UPS. Well now, there is possibly another major data security breach at Home Depot. The major U.S. chain said that it was investigating whether or not costumer's credit card data has been hacked and put on the black market.
  • Trucks Constantly Getting Caught At Low Clearance Bridge In Metuchen

    Trucks Constantly Getting Caught At Low Clearance Bridge In Metuchen

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:15 AM EDT2014-09-04 15:15:49 GMT
    The railroad span over Main Street in Metuchen, New Jersey is low. At just 11'-2” tall, big trucks keep finding out the hard way that they can't make it through the clearance. Metuchen police say they get called out on a near weekly basis to clean up accidents or even just to back up trucks that realize too late that they are too big to make it through. Locals say that they've witnessed numerous accidents at this low overpass.
    The railroad span over Main Street in Metuchen, New Jersey is low. At just 11'-2” tall, big trucks keep finding out the hard way that they can't make it through the clearance. Metuchen police say they get called out on a near weekly basis to clean up accidents or even just to back up trucks that realize too late that they are too big to make it through. Locals say that they've witnessed numerous accidents at this low overpass.
  • 911 Tapes Released In Accidental Shooting Of Instructor By 9-Year-Old Girl

    911 Tapes Released In Accidental Shooting Of Instructor By 9-Year-Old Girl

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:12 AM EDT2014-09-04 15:12:42 GMT
    Information continues to come out about the tragic shooting death of a Las Vegas shooting instructor by a 9-year-old New Jersey girl. The 911 tapes have now been released and they tell an emotional story of a frantic scene with people doing their best to try and save the life of the instructor. Dan Roberts has a unique perspective on this case. He's a certified firearms instructor and the father of New Jersey's now 10-year-old competitive shooter Shyanne.
    Information continues to come out about the tragic shooting death of a Las Vegas shooting instructor by a 9-year-old New Jersey girl. The 911 tapes have now been released and they tell an emotional story of a frantic scene with people doing their best to try and save the life of the instructor. Dan Roberts has a unique perspective on this case. He's a certified firearms instructor and the father of New Jersey's now 10-year-old competitive shooter Shyanne.
  • Financial Woes Won’t Stop Atlantic City From Hosting Miss America Pageant

    Financial Woes Won’t Stop Atlantic City From Hosting Miss America Pageant

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:11 AM EDT2014-09-04 15:11:10 GMT
    Yesterday the 53 Miss America contestants arrived in Atlantic City to gear up for the big pageant. Miss New Jersey, Cierra Kaler-Jones, discussed her strategy for taking home the crown.
    Yesterday the 53 Miss America contestants arrived in Atlantic City to gear up for the big pageant. Miss New Jersey, Cierra Kaler-Jones, discussed her strategy for taking home the crown.
  • NJ Students Develop Flood Proof Home To Combat Storm Damage

    NJ Students Develop Flood Proof Home To Combat Storm Damage

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:09 AM EDT2014-09-04 15:09:02 GMT
    We can't forget the impact that Superstorm Sandy had on the Garden State. The hurricane caused over $68 billion in damage, killed 280 people and damaged or destroyed 350,000 homes. Well now there could be a possible solution to better prevent damage to our homes and shore communities and it's called Sure House.
    We can't forget the impact that Superstorm Sandy had on the Garden State. The hurricane caused over $68 billion in damage, killed 280 people and damaged or destroyed 350,000 homes. Well now there could be a possible solution to better prevent damage to our homes and shore communities and it's called Sure House.
  • Princeton Employee Fighting University Over Medical Marijuana Use

    Princeton Employee Fighting University Over Medical Marijuana Use

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 1:43 PM EDT2014-09-03 17:43:45 GMT
    Don DeZarn has been working at Princeton University for 18-years in campus dining services. He's a military veteran who served in Iraq fighting for other people's rights, but now he feels Princeton University is denying him his own rights. DeZarn suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and inflammatory bowel disease.
    Don DeZarn has been working at Princeton University for 18-years in campus dining services. He's a military veteran who served in Iraq fighting for other people's rights, but now he feels Princeton University is denying him his own rights. DeZarn suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and inflammatory bowel disease.
  • Protestors Call North Bergen Mayor Racist & Say Town Recycling Plant Is Toxic

    Protestors Call North Bergen Mayor Racist & Say Town Recycling Plant Is Toxic

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 12:34 PM EDT2014-09-03 16:34:39 GMT
    Mayor Sacco of North Bergen is under scrutiny after continuing to support the Lincoln Recycling Plant, despite public protests claiming the facility is poisoning the community with asbestos. Sal Farnese grew up playing around containers and trailers at the garbage dump in North Bergen which is now the location of the Lincoln Recycling Plant. He was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor that he blames on asbestos in the air.
    Mayor Sacco of North Bergen is under scrutiny after continuing to support the Lincoln Recycling Plant, despite public protests claiming the facility is poisoning the community with asbestos. Sal Farnese grew up playing around containers and trailers at the garbage dump in North Bergen which is now the location of the Lincoln Recycling Plant. He was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor that he blames on asbestos in the air.
  • 11 Dogs Rescued From Horrible Conditions At West New York Pet Store

    11 Dogs Rescued From Horrible Conditions At West New York Pet Store

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 11:48 AM EDT2014-09-03 15:48:45 GMT
    West New York police went to investigate a pet store and groomer called Puppy Haven after receiving a tip about possible animal cruelty. What they found in this local business was quite disturbing. Scattered throughout the store were used medical syringes, tranquilizers, cockroaches and dogs laying in their own feces. West New York Police Department Spokesperson Pablo Fonseca discussed this ongoing investigation.
    West New York police went to investigate a pet store and groomer called Puppy Haven after receiving a tip about possible animal cruelty. What they found in this local business was quite disturbing. Scattered throughout the store were used medical syringes, tranquilizers, cockroaches and dogs laying in their own feces. West New York Police Department Spokesperson Pablo Fonseca discussed this ongoing investigation.
  • Construction Noise Burdening Hackensack Neighborhood

    Construction Noise Burdening Hackensack Neighborhood

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 11:01 AM EDT2014-09-03 15:01:00 GMT
    Residents say the noise coming from the construction of Hackensack's newest criminal justice complex is deafening. The project is costing Bergen County nearly $150 million, but some neighbors feel they are paying the ultimate price by dealing with the sound which at time shakes the foundation of their homes. “Right now I'm worried about the physical condition of the foundation,” one neighbor complained.
    Residents say the noise coming from the construction of Hackensack's newest criminal justice complex is deafening. The project is costing Bergen County nearly $150 million, but some neighbors feel they are paying the ultimate price by dealing with the sound which at time shakes the foundation of their homes. “Right now I'm worried about the physical condition of the foundation,” one neighbor complained.
  • 10-Year-Old Hit In Face With Foul Ball At Blue Claws Game

    10-Year-Old Hit In Face With Foul Ball At Blue Claws Game

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 10:54 AM EDT2014-09-03 14:54:22 GMT
    What started off as a nice Sunday afternoon at the Lakewood Blue Claws minor league baseball game, quickly turned into a nightmare for one family. While in line at a food concourse, ten-year-old Alexis Pavlinec was struck in the face with a foul ball and rushed to the hospital where she was diagnosed with a concussion and two facial fractures. “I felt like it hit my face, and then it felt numb because it hit me so hard,” Alexis recalls.
    What started off as a nice Sunday afternoon at the Lakewood Blue Claws minor league baseball game, quickly turned into a nightmare for one family. While in line at a food concourse, ten-year-old Alexis Pavlinec was struck in the face with a foul ball and rushed to the hospital where she was diagnosed with a concussion and two facial fractures. “I felt like it hit my face, and then it felt numb because it hit me so hard,” Alexis recalls.
  • Sexting Ring Uncovered Involving Six Teens & Four NJ Towns

    Sexting Ring Uncovered Involving Six Teens & Four NJ Towns

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 3:52 PM EDT2014-09-02 19:52:20 GMT
    One girl's threat to post another girl's nude photos on Instagram led to an investigation that uncovered a teen sexting ring involving six juveniles and four New Jersey towns. Little Falls Detective Sergeant James Briggs said that the two girls that initiated the investigation allegedly dated the same boy at separate times. The boy then passed on nude photos that he received from one of the girls onto the other.
    One girl's threat to post another girl's nude photos on Instagram led to an investigation that uncovered a teen sexting ring involving six juveniles and four New Jersey towns. Little Falls Detective Sergeant James Briggs said that the two girls that initiated the investigation allegedly dated the same boy at separate times. The boy then passed on nude photos that he received from one of the girls onto the other.
  • NJ Doctor Offering Alternative To Obamacare?

    NJ Doctor Offering Alternative To Obamacare?

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 1:24 PM EDT2014-09-02 17:24:21 GMT
    Doctor Alieta Eck is running for U.S. Congress in the 12th district as a Republican. She's recently made headlines due to a free clinic that she created back in 2003 with her husband called the Zarephath Health Center. The clinic is a 501C3 run by volunteers and funded through donations. The average cost per patient that Dr. Eck sees is about $13.Some people are referring to this center as an alternative to Obamacare.
    Doctor Alieta Eck is running for U.S. Congress in the 12th district as a Republican. She's recently made headlines due to a free clinic that she created back in 2003 with her husband called the Zarephath Health Center. The clinic is a 501C3 run by volunteers and funded through donations. The average cost per patient that Dr. Eck sees is about $13.Some people are referring to this center as an alternative to Obamacare.
  • Is The Boston Bomber’s Family In North Bergen A Threat?

    Is The Boston Bomber’s Family In North Bergen A Threat?

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:31 AM EDT2014-09-02 15:31:20 GMT
    The widow of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber, Katherine Russell, has been living in North Bergen with the sisters of her former husband, Bella and Ailina Tsarnaev. Neighbors in the area have just recently been made aware of her presence in town, but not all of them are happy about it.
    The widow of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber, Katherine Russell, has been living in North Bergen with the sisters of her former husband, Bella and Aliana Tsarnaev . Neighbors in the area have just recently been made aware of her presence in town, but not all of them are happy about it.
  • NJ Couple Combating The Stray Cat Problem In Union City

    NJ Couple Combating The Stray Cat Problem In Union City

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:11 AM EDT2014-09-02 15:11:46 GMT
    Union City has a major stray cat problem. Hundreds of cats are overtaking the city streets and Mercy Garcia and her husband Miguel Fernandez, founders of TLC Rescue, have been doing an unbelievable job of getting the situation under control, but they need help. So far, the couple has been able to round up over 200 felines, but they say there are hundreds more that need help.
    Union City has a major stray cat problem. Hundreds of cats are overtaking the city streets and Mercy Garcia and her husband Miguel Fernandez, founders of TLC Rescue, have been doing an unbelievable job of getting the situation under control, but they need help. So far, the couple has been able to round up over 200 felines, but they say there are hundreds more that need help.
  • NJ Brother’s Basketball Blog Getting A Lot Of Attention

    NJ Brother’s Basketball Blog Getting A Lot Of Attention

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:10 AM EDT2014-09-02 15:10:56 GMT
    Two Hillsdale, New Jersey brothers, 9-year-old Christian and 13-year-old Michael Vargas, started their own NBA basketball blog and they've had the chance to interview some big NBA heavyweights like former Miami Heat star Anthony Mason Jr.! Their mom, Joanna Vargas, said that they live in a basketball household. The sport is on the TV all the time and they even discuss the game over dinner every night. She said that basketball is just in the boy's blood!
    Two Hillsdale, New Jersey brothers, 9-year-old Christian and 13-year-old Michael Vargas, started their own NBA basketball blog and they've had the chance to interview some big NBA heavyweights like former Miami Heat star Anthony Mason Jr.! Their mom, Joanna Vargas, said that they live in a basketball household. The sport is on the TV all the time and they even discuss the game over dinner every night. She said that basketball is just in the boy's blood!
  • Montclair University Makes SAT Scores Optional

    Montclair University Makes SAT Scores Optional

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:05 AM EDT2014-09-02 15:05:50 GMT
    Montclair University has made the decision to now make SAT and ACT scores optional to put on applications for college admission. Dr. Karen Pennington was in charge of this decision and she said the university has been gradually wading SAT scores less compared to other areas of the application like: GPA, school activities and involvement.
    Montclair University has made the decision to now make SAT and ACT scores optional to put on applications for college admission. Dr. Karen Pennington was in charge of this decision and she said the university has been gradually wading SAT scores less compared to other areas of the application like: GPA, school activities and involvement.
  • Sandy Aid Being Used To Fund Tunnel To Nowhere

    Sandy Aid Being Used To Fund Tunnel To Nowhere

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 11:04 AM EDT2014-09-02 15:04:56 GMT
    There's currently a tunnel to nowhere sitting in Manhattan that originally cost $185 million in Sandy aid. Railroad advocate and former LIRR strategic planner Joe Clift talked about what this means for commuters.
    There's currently a tunnel to nowhere sitting in Manhattan that originally cost $185 million in Sandy aid. Railroad advocate and former LIRR strategic planner Joe Clift talked about what this means for commuters.
  • Hoboken Cracking Down On Uber Car Services

    Hoboken Cracking Down On Uber Car Services

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 9:10 AM EDT2014-09-02 13:10:53 GMT
    The town of Hoboken, New Jersey is cracking down on Uber cars driving in and picking up passengers in the city. Uber is an app that you can use to request a car service to pick you up, but city officials say they are not licensed to operate in town. Marcus Enriquez was actually thrown out of an Uber car by a Hoboken police officer. He said he was on his way to work outside of the Hoboken taxi stand when a cop knocked on the window, kicked him out of the car and ticketed the Uber driver.
    The town of Hoboken, New Jersey is cracking down on Uber cars driving in and picking up passengers in the city. Uber is an app that you can use to request a car service to pick you up, but city officials say they are not licensed to operate in town. Marcus Enriquez was actually thrown out of an Uber car by a Hoboken police officer. He said he was on his way to work outside of the Hoboken taxi stand when a cop knocked on the window, kicked him out of the car and ticketed the Uber driver.
  • Backlash Over 9-Year-Old Uzi Accident That Killed A Shooting Instructor

    Backlash Over 9-Year-Old Uzi Accident That Killed A Shooting Instructor

    Friday, August 29 2014 10:34 AM EDT2014-08-29 14:34:27 GMT
    The tragic accident of a 9-year-old New Jersey Girl who shot and killed a Las Vegas shooting instructor while shooting a fully automatic Uzi has gained national attention. The young girl was learning to shoot when the gun recoiled hitting the instructor in the head and killing him. This story has once again opened the debate about appropriate use of guns among children.
    The tragic accident of a 9-year-old New Jersey Girl who shot and killed a Las Vegas shooting instructor while shooting a fully automatic Uzi has gained national attention. The young girl was learning to shoot when the gun recoiled hitting the instructor in the head and killing him. This story has once again opened the debate about appropriate use of guns among children.
  • Town Passes Recording Ordinance After Cop Caught Dissing Obama

    Town Passes Recording Ordinance After Cop Caught Dissing Obama

    Friday, August 29 2014 10:33 AM EDT2014-08-29 14:33:59 GMT
    Steven Wronko is a Helmetta, New Jersey resident who recently taped local police officer, Richard Recine, saying that he doesn't have to follow the U.S. Constitution because President Obama doesn't. “Obama has decimated the friggen Constitution so I don't give a damn, cause if he doesn't have to follow the Constitution, we don't have to,” Recine is heard saying on tape.
    Steven Wronko is a Helmetta, New Jersey resident who recently taped local police officer, Richard Recine, saying that he doesn't have to follow the U.S. Constitution because President Obama doesn't. “Obama has decimated the friggen Constitution so I don't give a damn, cause if he doesn't have to follow the Constitution, we don't have to,” Recine is heard saying on tape.
  • Atlantic City Resident Heads To Court To Fight Eminent Domain

    Atlantic City Resident Heads To Court To Fight Eminent Domain

    Friday, August 29 2014 10:33 AM EDT2014-08-29 14:33:07 GMT
    Chasing New Jersey first brought you the story of Charlie Birnbaum who is engrossed in a battle with the city of Atlantic City over eminent domain. Birnbaum's home is in the shadow of the Revel Casino and he was in court yesterday to fight the seizure of his property for public use. Even though the Revel Casino will be shutting its doors, the city still wants to take over his property and Birnbaum isn't going out without a fight.
    Chasing New Jersey first brought you the story of Charlie Birnbaum who is engrossed in a battle with the city of Atlantic City over eminent domain. Birnbaum's home is in the shadow of the Revel Casino and he was in court yesterday to fight the seizure of his property for public use. Even though the Revel Casino will be shutting its doors, the city still wants to take over his property and Birnbaum isn't going out without a fight.
  • At Least Ten Dogs Dead From Fiery Pet Daycare Blaze

    At Least Ten Dogs Dead From Fiery Pet Daycare Blaze

    Friday, August 29 2014 10:31 AM EDT2014-08-29 14:31:29 GMT
    A pet sitting service in Clifton, New Jersey called "Your Family Pet Sitters" on Mountainview Drive went up in flames. The bodies of 10 dogs were found; one dog and three cats remain missing, but are presumed dead. The fire was so bad that some firefighters even had to be taken to the hospital. Deputy Fire Chief Michael Sauer spoke about the fiery blaze.
    A pet sitting service in Clifton, New Jersey called "Your Family Pet Sitters" on Mountainview Drive went up in flames. The bodies of 10 dogs were found; one dog and three cats remain missing, but are presumed dead. The fire was so bad that some firefighters even had to be taken to the hospital. Deputy Fire Chief Michael Sauer spoke about the fiery blaze.
  • Kid Stumbles Upon Ten Thousand Year-Old Arrowhead In LBI

    Kid Stumbles Upon Ten Thousand Year-Old Arrowhead In LBI

    Thursday, August 28 2014 5:07 PM EDT2014-08-28 21:07:59 GMT
    There are countless treasures to be found along the Long Beach Island shoreline. Sand dollars, conch shells and even ten thousand year-old arrowheads! That's exactly what happened last week to 10-year old Noah Cordle who was walking along the beach and stumbled over the ancient artifact. “I thought it was a mussel shell, but it looked kind of too pointy to be a mussel shell and so I picked it up and it was an arrowhead,” Cordle explained.
    There are countless treasures to be found along the Long Beach Island shoreline. Sand dollars, conch shells and even ten thousand year-old arrowheads! That's exactly what happened last week to 10-year old Noah Cordle who was walking along the beach and stumbled over the ancient artifact. “I thought it was a mussel shell, but it looked kind of too pointy to be a mussel shell and so I picked it up and it was an arrowhead,” Cordle explained.
  • Project Child Support’s Mobile Unit Helping Families In The Tri-State

    Project Child Support’s Mobile Unit Helping Families In The Tri-State

    Thursday, August 28 2014 10:25 AM EDT2014-08-28 14:25:04 GMT
    Project Child Support provides an array of different services to help assist both custodial and non-custodial parents throughout the tri-state area with child support related issues in order to help a child get the support they deserve. Yesterday their new mobile assistance center was set up outside of the family court building in Elizabeth, New Jersey to help spread the word about what they do and help those families engrossed in a child support battle.
    Project Child Support provides an array of different services to help assist both custodial and non-custodial parents throughout the tri-state area with child support related issues in order to help a child get the support they deserve. Yesterday their new mobile assistance center was set up outside of the family court building in Elizabeth, New Jersey to help spread the word about what they do and help those families engrossed in a child support battle.
  • Ortley Beach Power Problem Costing Couple $20k

    Ortley Beach Power Problem Costing Couple $20k

    Thursday, August 28 2014 10:21 AM EDT2014-08-28 14:21:44 GMT
    Doug and Liz Uhlig's home in Ortley Beach, New Jersey was completely destroyed after Superstorm Sandy. They have spent the last year-and-a-half rebuilding the home and raising it five-feet in order to meet the new FEMA flood standards. Unfortunately, the couple is still without power. After the Uhlig's rebuilt, they sent in all the necessary paperwork to the township for approval.
    Doug and Liz Uhlig's home in Ortley Beach, New Jersey was completely destroyed after Superstorm Sandy. They have spent the last year-and-a-half rebuilding the home and raising it five-feet in order to meet the new FEMA flood standards. Unfortunately, the couple is still without power. After the Uhlig's rebuilt, they sent in all the necessary paperwork to the township for approval.
  • Woman, 98, Fighting To Clear Name 60 Years After Soviet Spy Allegations

    Woman, 98, Fighting To Clear Name 60 Years After Soviet Spy Allegations

    Thursday, August 28 2014 10:16 AM EDT2014-08-28 14:16:46 GMT
    Years ago, 98-year-old Miriam Moscowitz was accused of associating with people giving secrets to the Soviet Union. Now after two-years in jail and 60 years of living with the stigma, she's fighting in court to have her name cleared. “It's been like a shroud around me and I don't want it and I'm at the end of my life and I want it cleaned up,” she said. Moscowitz admits that she was associated with two men who were likely passing along information to the Soviet Union.
    Years ago, 98-year-old Miriam Moscowitz was accused of associating with people giving secrets to the Soviet Union. Now after two-years in jail and 60 years of living with the stigma, she's fighting in court to have her name cleared. “It's been like a shroud around me and I don't want it and I'm at the end of my life and I want it cleaned up,” she said. Moscowitz admits that she was associated with two men who were likely passing along information to the Soviet Union.
  • Community Rallies To Help Find Missing Puppy

    Community Rallies To Help Find Missing Puppy

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 4:40 PM EDT2014-08-27 20:40:59 GMT
    Sadly, Jeter the pit bull puppy is missing. While dogs go missing all the time, there are two specific things that distinguish this story from others. First, several witnesses say Jeter didn't wonder off and that they saw Jeter get taken. Second, the community has rallied in a huge way to help find the loveable pup.
    Sadly, Jeter the pit bull puppy is missing. While dogs go missing all the time, there are two specific things that distinguish this story from others. First, several witnesses say Jeter didn't wonder off and that they saw Jeter get taken. Second, the community has rallied in a huge way to help find the loveable pup.
  • Widow Of Boston Bomber Now Living In North Bergen, NJ

    Widow Of Boston Bomber Now Living In North Bergen, NJ

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 11:15 AM EDT2014-08-27 15:15:56 GMT
    The widow of Tamerian Tsarnaev, the alleged mastermind behind the Boston Marathon bombings has been discovered in North Bergen. Katherine Russell was married to Tsarnaev and living with him in Cambridge at the time of the Boston bombings which killed three people and injured 260 more back in April of 2013. The widow has apparently since moved to New Jersey to be near family.
    The widow of Tamerian Tsarnaev, the alleged mastermind behind the Boston Marathon bombings has been discovered in North Bergen. Katherine Russell was married to Tsarnaev and living with him in Cambridge at the time of the Boston bombings which killed three people and injured 260 more back in April of 2013. The widow has apparently since moved to New Jersey to be near family.
  • AC Eminent Domain Still Threatening Homes Amid Casino Closings

    AC Eminent Domain Still Threatening Homes Amid Casino Closings

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 11:01 AM EDT2014-08-27 15:01:00 GMT
    Empty spaces are popping up all over Atlantic City with the closing of three major casinos: Revel, Trump Plaza, and Showboat. Even with all of this going on, the city is still trying to use eminent domain to take away the home of an Atlantic City local legend, Piano Man Charlie Birnbaum. Birnbaum has tuned pianos for icons like: Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, and John Legend. He's been a resident of Atlantic City in the same home for over 50 years.
    Empty spaces are popping up all over Atlantic City with the closing of three major casinos: Revel, Trump Plaza, and Showboat. Even with all of this going on, the city is still trying to use eminent domain to take away the home of an Atlantic City local legend, Piano Man Charlie Birnbaum. Birnbaum has tuned pianos for icons like: Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli, and John Legend. He's been a resident of Atlantic City in the same home for over 50 years.
  • Lakewood Resident Still Missing After Five Days In Jerusalem

    Lakewood Resident Still Missing After Five Days In Jerusalem

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 10:57 AM EDT2014-08-27 14:57:30 GMT
    It's now been five days since 23-year-old American yeshiva student Aaron Sofer went missing in the Jerusalem Forest. Less than 48 hours after his disappearance, helicopters, canines and hundreds of police officers and volunteers were out scouring the area to search for Sofer.
    It's now been five days since 23-year-old American yeshiva student Aaron Sofer went missing in the Jerusalem Forest. Less than 48 hours after his disappearance, helicopters, canines and hundreds of police officers and volunteers were out scouring the area to search for Sofer.
  • Mom Completes 9-Day Kayaking Journey To Raise Water Pollution Awareness

    Mom Completes 9-Day Kayaking Journey To Raise Water Pollution Awareness

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 10:54 AM EDT2014-08-27 14:54:18 GMT
    Yesterday, Margo Pellegrino set out to complete her nine-day kayaking journey around the Garden State as she made her way into the Newark Harbor. The stay-at-home mother of two began her journey in her outrigger canoe from Trenton's public boat launch on August 14th with the intention of raising awareness about the state's waterways.
    Yesterday, Margo Pellegrino set out to complete her nine-day kayaking journey around the Garden State as she made her way into the Newark Harbor. The stay-at-home mother of two began her journey in her outrigger canoe from Trenton's public boat launch on August 14th with the intention of raising awareness about the state's waterways.
  • "Weed School" Comes To Atlantic City

    "Weed School" Comes To Atlantic City

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:42 AM EDT2014-08-26 14:42:05 GMT
    California based Oaksterdam University believes marijuana is the next big industry and this weekend they brought their classes to the Bally's Casino in Atlantic City to teach people the techniques and laws behind growing marijuana. Since 2007 Oaksterdam has taught over 20,000 students how to grow marijuana and their dean, Dr. Aseem Sappal, believes that legalization is inevitable so it makes sense to be prepared.
    California based Oaksterdam University believes marijuana is the next big industry and this weekend they brought their classes to the Bally's Casino in Atlantic City to teach people the techniques and laws behind growing marijuana. Since 2007 Oaksterdam has taught over 20,000 students how to grow marijuana and their dean, Dr. Aseem Sappal, believes that legalization is inevitable so it makes sense to be prepared.
  • NJ Transit Buses On-Schedule Only 68% Of The Time

    NJ Transit Buses On-Schedule Only 68% Of The Time

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:40 AM EDT2014-08-26 14:40:59 GMT
    New Jersey Transit bus commuters have consistently been complaining about late buses, and only recently NJT has really begun working to fix the problem. NJT has been using new data that shows that buses only show up on-schedule 68% of the time. In June, the transit system said that buses were on-schedule 86% of the time, but their previous method for measurement wasn't quite up-to-par.
    New Jersey Transit bus commuters have consistently been complaining about late buses, and only recently NJT has really begun working to fix the problem. NJT has been using new data that shows that buses only show up on-schedule 68% of the time. In June, the transit system said that buses were on-schedule 86% of the time, but their previous method for measurement wasn't quite up-to-par.
  • Warehouse Offers Back To School Shopping At Huge Discount In Toms River

    Warehouse Offers Back To School Shopping At Huge Discount In Toms River

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:39 AM EDT2014-08-26 14:39:47 GMT
    It's back to school season and with that comes both anxiety and excitement for kids and parents. Anxiety especially for those parents less fortunate and unable to keep up with the social pressures to buy their kids the latest trends and gear for school. That's where the Ocean County Hunger Relief organization in Toms River comes in. The organization's warehouse and thrift store has recently been stocked with new fashions from top brands at affordable prices!
    It's back to school season and with that comes both anxiety and excitement for kids and parents. Anxiety especially for those parents less fortunate and unable to keep up with the social pressures to buy their kids the latest trends and gear for school. That's where the Ocean County Hunger Relief organization in Toms River comes in. The organization's warehouse and thrift store has recently been stocked with new fashions from top brands at affordable prices!
  • Technology Allowing Scammers To Be Even More Deceptive

    Technology Allowing Scammers To Be Even More Deceptive

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:38 AM EDT2014-08-26 14:38:35 GMT
    A Montclair man was recently swindled out of $5,500 dollars after a scammer called his phone impersonating the police. While phone scams are an age-old con, modern technology gives these scammers a leg-up. Many thieves are now using technology that allows them to disguise their phone number so it looks like they are calling from your utilities company, local police station and more.
    A Montclair man was recently swindled out of $5,500 dollars after a scammer called his phone impersonating the police. While phone scams are an age-old con, modern technology gives these scammers a leg-up. Many thieves are now using technology that allows them to disguise their phone number so it looks like they are calling from your utilities company, local police station and more.
  • Boys & Girls Club Hosts Massive Water Balloon Fight

    Boys & Girls Club Hosts Massive Water Balloon Fight

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:37 AM EDT2014-08-26 14:37:44 GMT
    Hundreds of people from all over Jersey City turned up for a massive water balloon fight hosted by the local Boys Girls Club. This event was sponsored by the Keystone Club who is working to raise money to help children with mental health problems. They hope the money raised will pay for them to attend a leadership conference and promote their proposed bill that would allow students to get the mental health help they need without parents' consent.
    Hundreds of people from all over Jersey City turned up for a massive water balloon fight hosted by the local Boys Girls Club. This event was sponsored by the Keystone Club who is working to raise money to help children with mental health problems. They hope the money raised will pay for them to attend a leadership conference and promote their proposed bill that would allow students to get the mental health help they need without parents' consent.
  • NJ Farm Honors Jeter’s Last Year With Commemorative Corn Maze

    NJ Farm Honors Jeter’s Last Year With Commemorative Corn Maze

    Monday, August 25 2014 11:11 AM EDT2014-08-25 15:11:00 GMT
    Von Thun Farm in Monmouth Junction has erected a massive Derek Jeter commemoration maze to recognize the Yankee captain's final year in Major League Baseball. Owner Bobby Von Thun discussed the reason behind the maze. “Well we're Jeter fans. Jeter's just a huge role model, he's done everything right his whole career and baseball's gonna miss him,” he said.
    Von Thun Farm in Monmouth Junction has erected a massive Derek Jeter commemoration maze to recognize the Yankee captain's final year in Major League Baseball. Owner Bobby Von Thun discussed the reason behind the maze. “Well we're Jeter fans. Jeter's just a huge role model, he's done everything right his whole career and baseball's gonna miss him,” he said.
  • Mom Pickets Against Nutley Day Camp For Discrimination

    Mom Pickets Against Nutley Day Camp For Discrimination

    Monday, August 25 2014 11:09 AM EDT2014-08-25 15:09:51 GMT
    Ana Gutierrez was just looking for some summer fun for her five-year-old son Jake Berardinelli when she decided to enroll him in the Nutley Recreation Center Day Camp. Unfortunately now after a disagreement, Gutierrez feels insulted and discriminated against. She said she made a complaint to recreation director Frank DeMaio when Jake came home from camp with scratches and blood on his shirt that he said came from kids twice his age.
    Ana Gutierrez was just looking for some summer fun for her five-year-old son Jake Berardinelli when she decided to enroll him in the Nutley Recreation Center Day Camp. Unfortunately now after a disagreement, Gutierrez feels insulted and discriminated against. She said she made a complaint to recreation director Frank DeMaio when Jake came home from camp with scratches and blood on his shirt that he said came from kids twice his age.
  • PETA Warns That Hermit Crabs Are Complex Animals

    PETA Warns That Hermit Crabs Are Complex Animals

    Monday, August 25 2014 11:08 AM EDT2014-08-25 15:08:50 GMT
    One of the most popular souvenirs to take away from the Jersey Shore is the hermit crab! Walking down the boardwalk you see hundreds of colorful shells just hanging out in cages and they seem like the best choice for a first time pet. The local shops seem to sell everything you would need to keep the little crab happy and healthy, but that isn't always the case.
    One of the most popular souvenirs to take away from the Jersey Shore is the hermit crab! Walking down the boardwalk you see hundreds of colorful shells just hanging out in cages and they seem like the best choice for a first time pet. The local shops seem to sell everything you would need to keep the little crab happy and healthy, but that isn't always the case.
  • New Ridgewood Ordinance Lists Uninhabitable Homes In Newspaper

    New Ridgewood Ordinance Lists Uninhabitable Homes In Newspaper

    Monday, August 25 2014 11:07 AM EDT2014-08-25 15:07:49 GMT
    When you drive down the streets of Ridgewood, New Jersey you usually see beautiful homes and manicured lawns. However, recently the town has received complaints about eyesores and abandoned homes, some of which are so dilapidated that neighbors are extremely concerned. In order to help combat these issues, the town adopted an ordinance regarding abandon properties.
    When you drive down the streets of Ridgewood, New Jersey you usually see beautiful homes and manicured lawns. However, recently the town has received complaints about eyesores and abandoned homes, some of which are so dilapidated that neighbors are extremely concerned. In order to help combat these issues, the town adopted an ordinance regarding abandon properties.
  • Controversy Over Sidewalk Repair Costs In Highland Park

    Controversy Over Sidewalk Repair Costs In Highland Park

    Monday, August 25 2014 11:06 AM EDT2014-08-25 15:06:52 GMT
    The age old question for many homeowners is whether or not the sidewalk in front of their home is considered their property. Well what happens if that sidewalk gets damaged? Who is responsible for fixing it? Two years ago a local ordinance in Highland Park, New Jersey was passed allowing the borough to request homeowners to fix the sidewalks in front of their houses.
    The age old question for many homeowners is whether or not the sidewalk in front of their home is considered their property. Well what happens if that sidewalk gets damaged? Who is responsible for fixing it? Two years ago a local ordinance in Highland Park, New Jersey was passed allowing the borough to request homeowners to fix the sidewalks in front of their houses.
  • NJ Shelter Helping Save Puppies One Paw At A Time

    NJ Shelter Helping Save Puppies One Paw At A Time

    Friday, August 22 2014 2:24 PM EDT2014-08-22 18:24:03 GMT
    Over 30 dogs were recently rescued from high kill shelters down south in Georgia and South Carolina and brought to the Home For Good Dogs shelter in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey to be fostered and cared for. The shelter's co-founder Rich Errico discussed the group's mission.
    Over 30 dogs were recently rescued from high kill shelters down south in Georgia and South Carolina and brought to the Home For Good Dogs shelter in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey to be fostered and cared for. The shelter's co-founder Rich Errico discussed the group's mission.
  • The “Knockout Game” Troubling NJ Neighborhood

    The “Knockout Game” Troubling NJ Neighborhood

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:51 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:51:24 GMT
    The knockout game where young people randomly punch innocent bystanders to see if they can knock them unconscious has been relatively rare in New Jersey, until now. After three attacks in less than half an hour in a safe Hackensack neighborhood, some residents are concerned that this trend will pose potential problems for more New Jerseyans. Hackensack police are looking for a man caught on surveillance video who is suspected of the three separate assaults.
    The knockout game where young people randomly punch innocent bystanders to see if they can knock them unconscious has been relatively rare in New Jersey, until now. After three attacks in less than half an hour in a safe Hackensack neighborhood, some residents are concerned that this trend will pose potential problems for more New Jerseyans. Hackensack police are looking for a man caught on surveillance video who is suspected of the three separate assaults.
  • Activists Rally In Newark To Support Ferguson, Mo. Protesters.

    Activists Rally In Newark To Support Ferguson, Mo. Protesters.

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:50 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:50:32 GMT
    The shooting of unarmed African American Michael Brown by a Caucasian police officer on August 9, 2014 has led to ongoing daily violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri. This story made national headlines for nearly two weeks and these protests have now spilled over into other towns across the country. Wednesday, Newark activists held a rally to protest police brutality and marched through the city in support of the Ferguson protestors.
    The shooting of unarmed African American Michael Brown by a Caucasian police officer on August 9, 2014 has led to ongoing daily violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri. This story made national headlines for nearly two weeks and these protests have now spilled over into other towns across the country. Wednesday, Newark activists held a rally to protest police brutality and marched through the city in support of the Ferguson protestors.
  • Swimming With Sharks At Camden’s Adventure Aquarium

    Swimming With Sharks At Camden’s Adventure Aquarium

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:49 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:49:32 GMT
    Chaser Hank had the chance to get into the shark tank at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, New Jersey. Biologist Nicole Gioia supervised Hanks turn in the tank and told him that sharks are oftentimes misunderstood. “Sharks do not attack people on purpose at all. If that happens it's a mistake that they made trying to hunt something large like a dolphin or a seal or something, but sharks don't look for people,” she said.
    Chaser Hank had the chance to get into the shark tank at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden, New Jersey. Biologist Nicole Gioia supervised Hanks turn in the tank and told him that sharks are oftentimes misunderstood. “Sharks do not attack people on purpose at all. If that happens it's a mistake that they made trying to hunt something large like a dolphin or a seal or something, but sharks don't look for people,” she said.
  • Murderer Calls Shooting Of NJ Teen “Retribution” For America’s Actions

    Murderer Calls Shooting Of NJ Teen “Retribution” For America’s Actions

    Friday, August 22 2014 10:48 AM EDT2014-08-22 14:48:19 GMT
    19 year-old Brendan Tevlin was a college student just driving home from a friend's house in Livingston, New Jersey when he stopped at a traffic light in West Orange and was shot ten times by Ali Muhammad Brown who is allegedly believed to be a radical Jihadist.
    19 year-old Brendan Tevlin was a college student just driving home from a friend's house in Livingston, New Jersey when he stopped at a traffic light in West Orange and was shot ten times by Ali Muhammad Brown who is allegedly believed to be a radical Jihadist.
  • Robbery Doesn’t Stop Family From Fighting For Childhood Cancer Research

    Robbery Doesn’t Stop Family From Fighting For Childhood Cancer Research

    Thursday, August 21 2014 11:49 AM EDT2014-08-21 15:49:28 GMT
    4 year-old Natalie Grace Gorsegner of Middletown, New Jersey has been battling cancer for years. She and her family: Andrea, Dan and Hannah have decided to take Natalie's cancer diagnosis as inspiration to help raise money for childhood cancer research.
    4 year-old Natalie Grace Gorsegner of Middletown, New Jersey has been battling cancer for years. She and her family: Andrea, Dan and Hannah have decided to take Natalie's cancer diagnosis as inspiration to help raise money for childhood cancer research.
  • Victims Identified In Fatal Freehold Crash

    Victims Identified In Fatal Freehold Crash

    Thursday, August 21 2014 10:48 AM EDT2014-08-21 14:48:39 GMT
    Yesterday a press conference was held to address the tragic car accident that killed three people in Freehold earlier in the week. Police say that a Volkswagen Jetta traveling south on Kozloski Road crossed over the yellow line and crashed into an SUV sending that vehicle airborne which then landed on a third car. The three victims in the crash have been identified as 50 year-old Thomas Koller who was in the SUV.
    Yesterday a press conference was held to address the tragic car accident that killed three people in Freehold earlier in the week. Police say that a Volkswagen Jetta traveling south on Kozloski Road crossed over the yellow line and crashed into an SUV sending that vehicle airborne which then landed on a third car. The three victims in the crash have been identified as 50 year-old Thomas Koller who was in the SUV.
  • ACLU Demands Stop To NJDEP Putting SSN On Tickets

    ACLU Demands Stop To NJDEP Putting SSN On Tickets

    Thursday, August 21 2014 10:47 AM EDT2014-08-21 14:47:27 GMT
    Recently, Chasing New Jersey uncovered a privacy violation by the NJDEP and Parks Police at Liberty State Park. There, police were putting social security numbers on parking tickets and citations that were being left on vehicles for anyone to see. Well now the ACLU has sent a letter to the NJDEP telling them to stop with this practice because it's against people's constitutional rights. ACLU Legal Director Edward Barocas further discussed the organizations involvement.
    Recently, Chasing New Jersey uncovered a privacy violation by the NJDEP and Parks Police at Liberty State Park. There, police were putting social security numbers on parking tickets and citations that were being left on vehicles for anyone to see. Well now the ACLU has sent a letter to the NJDEP telling them to stop with this practice because it's against people's constitutional rights. ACLU Legal Director Edward Barocas further discussed the organizations involvement.
  • Interface Talent Closes Doors & Leaves Employees With Bounced Checks

    Interface Talent Closes Doors & Leaves Employees With Bounced Checks

    Thursday, August 21 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-08-21 14:46:09 GMT
    Some people may be familiar with Interface Talent. They're the ones in the mall who tell you or your kid that you are a star in the making. Former Interface Talent employee Rana explains the process. “Basically what we do is we market and promote talent to different industry professionals, so basically help people get exposure to the industry,” she said. The idea is to sell star-stuck dreamers hundreds even thousands of dollars in photo portfolios and modeling classes.
    Some people may be familiar with Interface Talent. They're the ones in the mall who tell you or your kid that you are a star in the making. Former Interface Talent employee Rana explains the process. “Basically what we do is we market and promote talent to different industry professionals, so basically help people get exposure to the industry,” she said. The idea is to sell star-stuck dreamers hundreds even thousands of dollars in photo portfolios and modeling classes.
  • Fire Director Gets Off With $206 Fine For Hitting 3 Kids With Car

    Fire Director Gets Off With $206 Fine For Hitting 3 Kids With Car

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 11:53 AM EDT2014-08-20 15:53:43 GMT
    New Brunswick Fire Director Robert Rawls pleaded guilty yesterday to reckless driving after running over and injuring three under-age kids back in May. One kid broke her leg, another suffered a fractured hip and the third walked away with minor injuries. The fire director walked away with a minor fine of just $206. Jocelyn Pelaez was the victim who broke her leg and had to get screws and tubes put in in order to walk again. 
    New Brunswick Fire Director Robert Rawls pleaded guilty yesterday to reckless driving after running over and injuring three under-age kids back in May. One kid broke her leg, another suffered a fractured hip and the third walked away with minor injuries. The fire director walked away with a minor fine of just $206. Jocelyn Pelaez was the victim who broke her leg and had to get screws and tubes put in in order to walk again. 
  • Washington Redskins’ Name-Change Debate Hits Home

    Washington Redskins’ Name-Change Debate Hits Home

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:55 AM EDT2014-08-20 14:55:32 GMT
    The debate over whether or not to change the NFL Washington Redskins' name rages on. Some believe its offensive and politically incorrect to refer to Native Americans as “redskins”. Well, now this controversy has become local news in New Jersey and New York after legendary New York Giants quarterback and current announcer Phil Simms said he's going to try to avoid offending people during broadcasts this year and will not use the Redskins name while calling games.
    The debate over whether or not to change the NFL Washington Redskins' name rages on. Some believe its offensive and politically incorrect to refer to Native Americans as “redskins”. Well, now this controversy has become local news in New Jersey and New York after legendary New York Giants quarterback and current announcer Phil Simms said he's going to try to avoid offending people during broadcasts this year and will not use the Redskins name while calling games.
  • NJ Bodybuilding Championships Draw Firm & Fit Physiques

    NJ Bodybuilding Championships Draw Firm & Fit Physiques

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:49 AM EDT2014-08-20 14:49:25 GMT
    Michael Freeman won the first bodybuilding contest he ever entered on Saturday at the state championships at Kean University in Union, New Jersey. The win brought him to his knees and he says he's paid the price for this victory. “I definitely sacrificed a lot this year. This is probably the year I've been most focused in my life. And the reason is because I believe in myself,” he said. The championships brought scores of men and women out to the competition.
    Michael Freeman won the first bodybuilding contest he ever entered on Saturday at the state championships at Kean University in Union, New Jersey. The win brought him to his knees and he says he's paid the price for this victory. “I definitely sacrificed a lot this year. This is probably the year I've been most focused in my life. And the reason is because I believe in myself,” he said. The championships brought scores of men and women out to the competition.
  • Hospital Worker Arrested For Stealing Patients Personal ID Information

    Hospital Worker Arrested For Stealing Patients Personal ID Information

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-08-20 14:46:24 GMT
    Police have arrested 38 year-old Latoya Sapp of Wayne, New Jersey for identity theft. Sapp worked as a coordinator of medical records at the Hackensack University Medical Center and it's believed that she was trafficking personal identification information that belonged to hospital patients with whom she worked.
    Police have arrested 38 year-old Latoya Sapp of Wayne, New Jersey for identity theft. Sapp worked as a coordinator of medical records at the Hackensack University Medical Center and it's believed that she was trafficking personal identification information that belonged to hospital patients with whom she worked.
  • NJ Bacon Fest Offers Crazy, Tasty Treats!

    NJ Bacon Fest Offers Crazy, Tasty Treats!

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:44 AM EDT2014-08-20 14:44:46 GMT
    Jersey City's Zeppelin Hall is home to this year's bacon fest taking place at the Biergarten through August 24th. Over 2000 people are expected to make their way to the festival to try some of the craziest and tastiest bacon creations ever made. 
    Jersey City's Zeppelin Hall is home to this year's bacon fest taking place at the Biergarten through August 24th. Over 2000 people are expected to make their way to the festival to try some of the craziest and tastiest bacon creations ever made. 
  • Awake Breast Augmentation

    Awake Breast Augmentation

    Wednesday, January 22 2014 12:53 PM EST2014-01-22 17:53:29 GMT
    Dr. Michael Gartner is believed to be the only board certified plastic surgeon who performs awake breast augmentation on the east coast. This surgery takes place with only local anesthesia allowing a patient to stay awake during the entire procedure.
    Dr. Michael Gartner is believed to be the only board certified plastic surgeon who performs awake breast augmentation on the east coast. This surgery takes place with only local anesthesia allowing a patient to stay awake during the entire procedure.
  • Three Stooges Of NJ Disability Pension

    Three Stooges Of NJ Disability Pension

    Thursday, January 2 2014 11:07 AM EST2014-01-02 16:07:18 GMT
    Mark Lagerkvist of New Jersey Watchdogs has been rigorously investigating the double-dipping epidemic that is taking place in the Garden State.  The latest article he put out follows three men who have “questionable disabilities” and who he believes are taking advantage of the system.
    Mark Lagerkvist of New Jersey Watchdogs has been rigorously investigating the double-dipping epidemic that is taking place in the Garden State.  The latest article he put out follows three men who have “questionable disabilities” and who he believes are taking advantage of the system.
  • Funeral Held For Woman Stabbed To Death

    Funeral Held For Woman Stabbed To Death

    Thursday, January 2 2014 11:05 AM EST2014-01-02 16:05:49 GMT
    Earlier this week, friends and family gathered to pay their final respects to Teia Gallo. It’s believed that Gallo was stabbed to death by her younger brother, Travis, the day after Christmas in their Washington Township home.
    Earlier this week, friends and family gathered to pay their final respects to Teia Gallo. It’s believed that Gallo was stabbed to death by her younger brother, Travis, the day after Christmas in their Washington Township home.
  • Brunswick Breaking Bad

    Brunswick Breaking Bad

    Friday, December 27 2013 12:02 PM EST2013-12-27 17:02:44 GMT
    Things are getting out of control in New Brunswick right now. Chief Housing Inspector Michael Mahony was recently caught in a cocaine bust.  Editor of New Brunswick Today, Charlie Kratovil, discussed the details surrounding this long term investigation and the nine individuals who were charged with cocaine possession during this bust.
    Things are getting out of control in New Brunswick right now. Chief Housing Inspector Michael Mahony was recently caught in a cocaine bust.  Editor of New Brunswick Today, Charlie Kratovil, discussed the details surrounding this long term investigation and the nine individuals who were charged with cocaine possession during this bust.
  • Vein Scan Payment System Launched

    Vein Scan Payment System Launched

    Thursday, February 6 2014 2:54 PM EST2014-02-06 19:54:24 GMT
    A New Jersey start-up is using vein scans to confirm a person's identity to secure financial transactions at stores.
    A New Jersey start-up is using vein scans to confirm a person's identity to secure financial transactions at stores.
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