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Kelly Waldron

Born and raised in New Jersey, Kelly Waldron graduated from Rutgers University and got her start in radio at WSUS in Sussex County.  She then moved on to WCTC/WMGQ in Middlesex County where she spent five years as Morning Drive News Anchor and Reporter before moving on to become a national correspondent for Metro Networks where she started the New Jersey Bureau.  From Metro Networks, Kelly moved on to WCBS 880 in New York where she spent ten years as a reporter.  Kelly decided to come back to her New Jersey roots and joined the NJ 101.5 news team as our Afternoon Drive News Anchor and Reporter.  She resides in Monroe with her husband and two children.

A Thai Malay Muslim drug user breaks up the kratom leaf into a pan to form part of a popular cheap narcotic drink. NJ officials are looking to ban the sale of kraton in NJ. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
A Thai Malay Muslim drug user breaks up the kratom leaf into a pan to form part of a popular cheap narcotic drink. NJ officials are looking to ban the sale of kraton in NJ. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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Kratom – An herbal drug that is trending, deadly and legal in NJ

It has been around for years and can easily be bought in New Jersey tobacco shops, gas stations and on the internet. Kratom - an organic herb which grows naturally in Southeast Asia - is quickly becoming a "go-to'" drug for young people because of its opioid-like effects.

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Surge in U.S. dollar sending more travelers to Europe

The U.S. dollar is on a roll, up 28 percent against the euro, 18 percent against the Japanese yen and 40 percent against the Brazilian real. In fact, it has not been this strong since 1981. While it is pinching corporate profits here in the United States, it is delivering big bargains for American tourists.

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Property taxes (claudiodivizia, ThinkStock)
Property taxes (claudiodivizia, ThinkStock)
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Property tax rebate? Don’t spend it all just yet, NJ comptroller says

It is no secret that New Jersey is home to some of the highest property taxes in the nation.  But an investigation by the state comptroller has found the state can potentially save millions of dollars annually for its property tax relief programs by fixing a blind spot in the sharing of data that is already being collected by local officials.  

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