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Damage From Hurricane Sandy
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Displaced Sandy Victims’ Nightmare Continues [AUDIO]

Thousands of Jersey Shore residents remain displaced by Superstorm Sandy, still working to repair damage that occurred more than a year and a half ago.

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Organized Crime Crushing Retailers [AUDIO]

Retailers nationwide continue to lose about $30 billion a year due to organized crime operations, according to a new report from the National Retail Federation.

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Analysts: Budget Cuts Were ‘Predictable’ [AUDIO]

Political observers say with Christie possibly considering a 2016 presidential run, the move to slash the public worker pension fund contribution by $2.75 billion was completely predictable.

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(L-R) Matt Mowers and his lawyers Craig Carpenito and Adam Baker sit before the Bridgegate legislative committee
(L-R) Matt Mowers and his lawyers Craig Carpenito and Adam Baker sit before the Bridgegate legislative committee (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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WATCH: Mowers ‘Dumbfounded’ by Traffic Plot

A former aide to Gov. Chris Christie whose job included getting re-election endorsements from mayors said Tuesday that he was "dumbfounded and disappointed" to learn that a northern New Jersey mayor was apparently targeted in a political payback plot orchestrated by Christie loyalists.

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E-Cigarettes
E-cigarettes (Photo by Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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NJ E-Cigarette Tax Hike Bill Advances [AUDIO]

A 75 percent tax would be imposed on electronic cigarettes under a new bill approved Monday by the state Senate Health Committee, but that's only the tip of the iceberg.

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Why is This ‘Normal’ Allergy Season So Bad? [AUDIO]

This spring's allergy season in New Jersey has been classified as "normal" because elevated levels of pollen began to show up as soon as the spring season officially began in March, but many Garden State residents report having the worst allergic symptoms they can recall.

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(Maciej Korzekwa, ThinkStock)
(Maciej Korzekwa, ThinkStock)
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Getting Annoyed Behind the Wheel [AUDIO]

The summer vacation season is almost upon us, and that means many families in New Jersey and across the country will be taking road trips. While spending endless hours behind the wheel, many drivers may notice bad or annoying habits among those with whom they are sharing the road.

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Sandy damage
Jersey shore damage caused by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012 (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Seeking Sandy-aid Fairness for NJ [POLL/AUDIO]

Is New Jersey getting the short end of the stick when it comes to Superstorm Sandy aid doled out by the federal government?

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Smoking Ban Gets Revision [AUDIO]

The proposed smoking ban at New Jersey's public beaches, forests and parks was tweaked during this week's hearing on the bill in the state Senate.

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Toms River tolls
Toms River tolls (NJ DOT)
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More Tolls Coming to NJ Roadways? [POLL/AUDIO]

A long-standing federal ban on interstate tolling could soon be lifted under a $302 billion transportation plan by the Obama administration.

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7 Months After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Shore Open For Memorial Day
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NJ Beach Badge Fees Hold Steady [AUDIO]

After Sandy there were dire predictions that Jersey shore communities would be forced to dramatically increase fees for beach badges to help pay for cleanup and restoration work. But it turns out the vast majority of shore towns are holding beach badge costs steady this summer.

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Hometown Heroes
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Ocean County Charity Needs Help Rebuilding After Toms River Fire [AUDIO]

After helping thousands of Superstorm Sandy victims rebuild their lives, an Ocean County charity finds itself with no place to go after losing everything in Thursday's fire in downtown Toms River.

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