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People walk through the blowing snow while a blizzard arrives in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood
People walk through the blowing snow while a blizzard arrives in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Major winter storm likely Monday night: double-digit snowfall expected

Our first major winter storm of the season is likely Monday night, with the potential to bring heavy snow to New Jersey that may need to be measured in feet instead of inches.

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Following several inches of snowfall across New Jersey overnight, the cleanup begins.  (Dan Zarrow photo)
Following several inches of snowfall across New Jersey overnight, the cleanup begins. (Dan Zarrow photo)
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Winter storm continues as snow changes to rain

While New Jersey’s heaviest snow finished falling overnight, wet and icy conditions will last all day Saturday.

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Scott Mays
Scott Mays (Toms River Police)
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Ex-Drug Offender Arrested Again

A Toms River 33-year-old who police say has drug convictions in his past faces new possession and distribution charges after a search of his house early this morning.

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(AlexRaths, ThinkStock)
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Report: NJ’s teen driver program still needs improvement

A new national report on teen driver safety released by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation reveals that New Jersey's Graduated Driver's License program is among the best in the country, but it could be better in two key areas.

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Legislation aims to protect your cell phone records

A New Jersey lawmaker has introduced a new bill (A-4108) that would require law enforcement agencies to get a search warrant before they can access personal information from anyone's cell phone.

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Transportation Trust Fund Closer to Depletion

Despite all the talk about hammering out a deal to find a dedicated funding source for the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund, lawmakers and Gov. Chris Christie have not been able to reach an agreement yet. If no deal is reached by July 1, the TTF will officially go bankrupt and most road and bridge projects will be halted.

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Oyster Creek nuclear plant (Excelon)
Oyster Creek nuclear plant (Excelon)
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Over 5,000 Dead Fish Found in Oyster Creek Canal

The death of thousands of Atlantic Menhaden discovered in Oyster Creek's discharge canal is being investigated by the State department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and a biologist. Oyster Creek spokeswoman Suzanne D'Ambrosio said Exelon Generation is working closely with the DEP and an independent pathologist to better understand the cause of death of more than 5,000 fish

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Jon Boyes\Getty Images
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Wednesday January 21, 2015 Winning NJ Lottery Numbers

Here are yesterday's winning lottery numbers from the New Jersey Lottery:

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A bird inside a backyard feeder in Howell
A bird inside a backyard feeder in Howell (John Napoli @MonmouthWeather via Twitter)
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We May Be in For a Snowy Saturday

While snowfall from Wednesday’s clipper system was limited to the southern half of New Jersey, a weekend storm looks to bring rain and accumulating snow to the entire state.

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Chris Christie
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie delivers his State Of The State address, Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, in Trenton, N.J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
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Poll: Christie Shouldn’t Run for Prez, Would Lose if He Does

If a presidential primary was held today in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie would win the Republican nod, as would former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the Democrats' side. The latest Quinnipiac University poll finds Clinton would then defeat Christie by double digits in a head-to-head matchup.

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Angelo Otchy of Toms River, NJ State Police (Facebook)
Angelo Otchy of Toms River, NJ State Police (Facebook)
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Toms River Man Charged with Impersonating a Police Officer

A Toms River man is taken into custody for allegedly impersonating a police officer.

According to the NJ State Police Facebook site, Angelo Otchy was arrested Tuesday for an incident on the Atlantic City Expressway in Pleasantville City on January 13th.

Police said a female motorist reported that a suspect operating a blue 2

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What Happens When Students ‘Opt Out’ of PARCC?

Controversy continues to swirl around the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness of College and Careers (PARCC) tests. Facebook and other social media groups have been formed to protest the exams and garner support for opting students out of taking them.

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