"Boots on the Ground" Launches in Camden
A new state pilot program has the ultimate goal of saving lives.
What To Expect on the Roads for Labor Day Weekend [AUDIO]
“Pack your patience,” warned Cathleen Lewis, Director of Public Affairs for AAA New Jersey Automobile Club. An estimated 840,300 New Jersey residents are expected to travel 50 miles or more by automobile during the upcoming holiday weekend.
Marriage Affects Alcohol Use: Study [AUDIO]
Tying the knot affects men and women in different ways, and new research suggests one of those ways is alcohol intake. The findings are probably not what you’d expect.
Child Eating Disorders: The Signs and Consequences [AUDIO]
Decades ago, child eating disorders were rare. Since then, the illness has exploded.
Why is Finding a Job is Easier for Singles? [AUDIO]
Variables such as income level and education are among the popular choices by economists and researchers when compiling data on the employment status of a state or country, but some simpler factors can’t be overlooked.
Drunk Driving Crackdown Starts Today
The annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” drunk driving mobilization begins this weekend in New Jersey.
No Facebook Account? That Could Be Trouble [POLL]
Job-seekers have been warned, time and time again, that what they say and post through social media sites can hurt their chances of getting picked for a job. For that reason, many folks have distanced themselves from the social media world by deleting any online profiles they ever created.
July Retail Sales Offer Hope for Improving Economy [AUDIO]
Following three months of declines, nationwide retail sales jumped in July by the largest amount in five months. Consumers spent 0.8 percent more from June to July; every major retail category experienced a spike. The better-than-expected report triggered a glimmer of hope for the weak U.S. economy.
Robocalls Are Illegal, But We’re Still Getting Them [AUDIO]
Has “Rachel from Cardholder Services” called your cell phone or landline lately? Each time she does, someone on the other side of the line is breaking the law.
Atlantic City High Wire Attempt A Success [VIDEO]
Atlantic City visitors witnessed an event Thursday they will most likely never see again.