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Fighting Cell Phone Smuggling in NJ Prisons [AUDIO]

For years New Jersey has been waging a war against cell phone smuggling in prisons. After a series of security upgrades, the state is making progress.

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(L-R) Tara Roberrts, Skipper Noland
(L-R) Tara Roberrts, Skipper Noland (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Monmouth Pair Accused of Dumping Brick Township Man’s Body in Toms River

Last week's discovery of a corpse at a busy Route 9 intersection in Toms River leads investigators to a Monmouth County man and woman now accused of dumping the body.

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National Public Health Week Begins With the Very Young [AUDIO]

Children and pregnant women are the focus of the first day of National Public Health Week, which kicks off April 7 and runs until April 13.

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Glendola Fire Company truck at house fire on Allaire Road in Wall
Glendola Fire Company truck at house fire on Allaire Road in Wall ( @NeEmergencyNewsWX via Twitter)
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Body Found Inside Wall Home After Fire

Firefighters found a body inside a Wall Township home after a stubborn, multi-alarm fire on Sunday afternoon.

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Beijing To Raise Car Emission Standards For 2008 Olympics
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Flashing Your Headlights in NJ: Is it Legal? [POLL/AUDIO]

It's not against the law in New Jersey for drivers to flash their headlights to warn motorists of a police speed trap ahead, but that doesn't mean cops aren't handing out summonses.

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Affordable Care Act (ACA) Enrollment
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Obamacare Divides New Jersey [AUDIO]

A new Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll released Monday shows New Jerseyans are divided about Obamacare.

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Violent Storms Kill 24 In North Carolina
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Too Many College Students, Not Enough Dorms [AUDIO]

New Jersey colleges and universities are building more dormitories, but they can't keep up with demand. It's a problem New Jersey has been struggling with for years.

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Rutgers Professor Dr. James M. Tepper/photo by Rob Forman
Rutgers Professor Dr. James M. Tepper/photo by Rob Forman
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Researching Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease

A boost in funding to Rutgers University for continued research on the inner-workings of the brain could lead to new therapies for Parkinson's Disease.

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The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge
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Bridgegate’s Unanswered Questions [AUDIO]

If a judge forces two key players in Bridgegate to turn over subpoenaed documents, the legislative committee investigating the scandal will get answers to very important and still unanswered questions according to the co-chair of the Select Committee on Investigation.

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“Made in Monmouth” Set for Saturday

The 3rd annual "Made in Monmouth" Expo is scheduled for this weekend.

More than 100 county-based businesses are slated to take part in the event - featuring everything from custom furniture and handmade jewelry to locally-made jams and candles

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