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NJ Missing Chance to Rake in Cash as NCAA Kicks Off [AUDIO]

The NCAA men's college basketball championship tournament tips off in earnest today so let the betting begin. Billions of dollars will be wagered before a champ is crowned, but New Jersey won't see any financial benefits, since sports betting is still illegal in the Garden State as a court battle to legalize it continues.

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Snow covered trees in Ewing
Snow covered trees in Ewing (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Spring Has Sprung, But It Feels Like Winter [AUDIO]

Spring has arrived, but you may not want to get out your flip-flops just yet. Over the next couple of weeks, New Jersey is expected to see below average temperatures, which means we cannot rule out spring snowfall.

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Flooding
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Sandy Still Causing Mental Health Problems, Poll Finds [AUDIO]

Mental health issues persist among Superstorm Sandy victims, nearly 17 months since the storm made landfall in New Jersey, according to a new Monmouth University Poll.

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Tesla Having a Hard Time Selling Cars in NJ
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Tesla Ban Addressed by Christie [AUDIO]

During the question-and-answer segment of his latest town hall meeting, Gov. Chris Christie defended the state's decision to ban Tesla from selling its electric vehicles directly to customers in New Jersey.

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Domestic Violence
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NJ Domestic Violence Group Makes Plea for More Funding [AUDIO]

Dozens of groups turned out for a public hearing on Gov. Chris Christie's proposed $34.4 billion state budget proposal at the Statehouse on Tuesday. Most asked for some extra money to be included for their groups, including an advocate for battered women who made a very compelling case for more funds.

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Gov. Chris Christie delivers his budget address
Gov. Chris Christie delivers his budget address (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Lawmakers Seek Public Input on NJ Budget [AUDIO]

Members of the public are invited to give input on the governor's proposed $34.5 billion state budget during a series of public hearings, and lawmakers say the feedback is "critical."

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Gas Pump
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NJ Merchants, Retailers Oppose Gas Tax Hike [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Gasoline-Convenience-Automotive Association opposes a bill to increase New Jersey's gas tax by five cents a year for three years.

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Governor Chris Christie answers questions during his 114th Town Hall on Hurricane Sandy Recovery and Rebuilding in South River
Governor Chris Christie hosts a town hall in South River (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie Talks Buyouts at a Town Hall [AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie's 114th town hall took place this week in South River, home to a number of properties purchased by the state through a Sandy buyout program.

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A Plan to Fight Opiate Abuse in NJ [AUDIO]

A new report by the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse makes several recommendations to curb the growing tide of prescription painkiller abuse among young people that's leading to higher levels of heroin addiction.

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students, schoolwork
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Too Much Homework? Or Just Enough? [POLL/AUDIO]

Lots of New Jersey students and perhaps some parents think too much homework is being given every night, but a new report finds that's probably not the case.

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