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Kelly Waldron

Born and raised in New Jersey, Kelly Waldron graduated from Rutgers University and got her start in radio at WSUS in Sussex County.  She then moved on to WCTC/WMGQ in Middlesex County where she spent five years as Morning Drive News Anchor and Reporter before moving on to become a national correspondent for Metro Networks where she started the New Jersey Bureau.  From Metro Networks, Kelly moved on to WCBS 880 in New York where she spent ten years as a reporter.  Kelly decided to come back to her New Jersey roots and joined the NJ 101.5 news team as our Afternoon Drive News Anchor and Reporter.  She resides in Monroe with her husband and two children.

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Despite Cold Snap, NJ Winter Still Warmer Than Usual [AUDIO]

It's been a bitter cold week in New Jersey with temperatures well below freezing and we won't see relief until early next week. Despite the frigid temperatures, it still will likely be one of the warmer winters on record in the Garden State.

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A woman walks past a sign that reads "Together we are Strong" at a memorial for those killed in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School
A woman walks past a sign that reads "Together we are Strong" at a memorial for those killed in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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Forum Today Discusses NJ School Safety [AUDIO]

In the wake of the recent tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, the New Jersey School Boards Association is sponsoring a program today entitled "Safe and Secure Schools: Perspectives after Newtown."

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Hurricane Sandy damage in Seaside Heights
Hurricane Sandy damage in Seaside Heights (Matthew White, Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey’s Sandy Recovery Hinges on Federal Dollars; Report Says

New Jersey has to pull in at least $25 billion in federal funds for recovery and reconstruction from Sandy in order to see a net positive economic impact over the next several years. 

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Tourism Officials Say Jersey Shore Is Open For Business [AUDIO]

There are tight marketing budgets in the aftermath of Sandy, but some tourism officials in Monmouth and Ocean counties plan to use their website to tell potential visitors that the Jersey Shore is open for business.

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Should NJ Gun Owners Names Be Published? [AUDIO]

The names and addresses of gun owners in New Jersey would be prohibited from being released to the public under legislation that's being sponsored by State Assemblyman Dave Rible.

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