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“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign Starts Friday [AUDIO]

Law enforcement across the state will be stepping up enforcement as the national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign gets underway Friday.

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Flickr User Magic Madzik
Flickr User Magic Madzik
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Prescription Drug Bill Aimed at Preventing Illegal Access [AUDIO]

Flanked by drug addiction prevention advocates and pharmacy representatives on Thursday, a New Jersey Congressman introduces a new bill aimed at reducing prescription drug abuse.

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police lights
Flickr User Jason Rojas
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Is Camden Becoming a Safer City? [AUDIO]

Since the introduction of a county-run police force, New Jersey's most dangerous city experienced a 20 percent drop in crime, according to Governor Chris Christie.

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Flickr User Auntie P
Flickr User Auntie P
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Tiny Batteries a Big Menace For Kids [AUDIO]

Button batteries that power some remotes, flame-less candles, watches, and hearing aids can be a major household hazard to young children because the little power cells can be swallowed and wreck havoc with their insides.

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Television
Flickr User Kevin Simpson
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TV Tip-Over Injuries On the Rise [AUDIO]

You may not look at a television in your home and consider it dangerous, but, more than 17,000 children are treated in emergency rooms across the country each year for a TV-related injury.

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Drinking Beer
Flickr User David Woo
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Beware of the Jersey Shore Syndrome [AUDIO]

You're on vacation at the Jersey Shore, what can possibly go wrong?

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Flickr User Magic Madzik
Flickr User Magic Madzik
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Is There a Way to Stop Younger NJ Residents From Using Heroin? [AUDIO]

As overdose deaths from heroin and prescription drugs continue to rise, a New Jersey lawmaker has introduced legislation to toughen the state's existing prescription drug monitoring program.

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Marc Serota, Getty Images
Marc Serota, Getty Images
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Should NJ Students Be Taught the Dangers of PEDs? [AUDIO]

Even if you're not a big baseball fan, you've probably heard that former National League MVP Ryan Braun has been suspended for the rest of the season in connection with the MLB's probe into performance enhancing drugs (PEDS). Many feel the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez is next.

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Heroin Use Keeps Increasing in New Jersey [AUDIO]

Even with stepped-up education and law enforcement efforts in recent years, heroin overdoses continue to rise in New Jersey - so what's going on?

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Gun
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New Bill Seeks Ban on Gun Owner Apps [AUDIO]

Do you want to know which neighbor of yours owns a gun? Well, there's an app for that.

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