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Limiting access to your personal information

Lost between Gov. Christie's presidential campaign and the state budget drama was the passage of a bill designed to put strict limits on the information NJ companies can collect when they scan a driver's license or credit card.

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Strong thunderstorms expected this evening

Scattered showers and strong thunderstorms will pop up over the next 24 hours, before our weather clears out just in time for the upcoming weekend.

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NJ home prices trail the rest of the nation

Home prices are rising in New Jersey, but they are still more than 20 percent below their peak in 2006.

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Most doctors admit they work sick

You might think that doctors and nurses should know better, but a new survey finds that many of them go to work when they are sick.

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When should we set our kids free?

Your kids want to be outside and play with their friends, but at what point do you stop watching their every move and just let them go?

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Insta-gross: NJ woman educates followers with blood and gore

If you have a weak stomach, read ahead with caution.

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NJ police departments employing surplus military equipment

Many police departments across New Jersey are taking advantage of a federal program that allows them to get surplus vehicles, weapons and other equipment from the U.S. military.

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NJ Common Core changes not expected until Fall 2016

Officials at a state Board of Education meeting made it clear Wednesday that committees would be formed solely to review the Common Core's two education standards, and that New Jersey parents waiting for changes should not expect them before the start of the 2016-2017 school year.

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Ebola ruled out in case of sick Neptune man

The New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) said a Neptune resident who fell sick after recently returning from Africa does not have Ebola.

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Heat, humidity, and periods of rain over the next 48 hours

Several rounds of showers with occasional downpours are expected through Friday morning, as summer temperatures and humidity continue.

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