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Flickr User CGehlen
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Legislation Addresses Ocean County’s Heroin Epidemic [AUDIO]

In response to the spike of over dose deaths in Ocean County, largely attributed to heroin and prescription drugs, 10th District legislators are proposing two bills aimed at strengthening drug laws.

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Construction Workers
John Moore, Getty Images
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OSHA Launches Heat Campaign to Protect Outdoor Workers [AUDIO]

As temperatures continue to flirt with the triple digits, the US Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is hoping to protect the safety of those who have to work outdoors.

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Flickr User MPD01605
Flickr User MPD01605
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NJ Lawmaker Outraged Over ‘Big Brother’ Database [AUDIO]

Yesterday, we told you about how police departments in New Jersey and across the nation are compiling a huge "Big Brother" database of information about the movements of all licensed vehicles in America.

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A new Oyster Creek siren next to an old one
A new Oyster Creek siren next to an old one (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Does Nuclear Plant Proximity Endanger Health? [AUDIO]

Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant opponents are hosting a forum next Tuesday to discuss an upcoming study looking at the health risk associated with living near U.S. nuclear power plants.

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flickr, bicyclemark
flickr, bicyclemark
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Helping Area Police with the Brick Rotary [AUDIO]

Keeping our Police safe with the Brick Rotary

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JSHN Facebook
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Post-Sandy Debris Wash-Ups are Normal [AUDIO]

There's no need to fear when you hear stories about pieces of amusement park rides washing up on New Jersey's beaches post Sandy.

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Teen Drivers
Driving lesson. (Oregon Department of Transportation)
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NJ Teen Drivers Cost 86 Percent More [AUDIO]

If you add a teen driver to your insurance policy, you can expect your insurance premium to go up an average of 86 percent in New Jersey.

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Flickr User Kansas City District
Flickr User Kansas City District
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Dangerous Algae Reported in 15 States, Not Jersey [AUDIO]

If you are planning a jaunt out of state, there's a toxic blue-green algae surfacing in some waterways, sickening people and killing pets.

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Would a Free Beach weekend help shore sales?
Flickr user: szapucki
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Why is the Ocean Still So Cold? [AUDIO]

Stepping outside may feel like walking into a sauna lately, but dip a toe into the ocean and it'll feel like an ice bath.

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Heroin
Flickr User CGehlen
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Easy Access to Dangerous Drugs Even in Suburban NJ [AUDIO]

The State Commission of Investigation (SCI) just wrapped up a more than year-long probe into prescription drug and heroin abuse in New Jersey.

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