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Monmouth telemarketers face state complaints

Two Monmouth men, who allegedly conducted high-pressure and misleading telemarketing campaigns to sell emergency medical response equipment to seniors, are subjects of a nine-count complaint filed by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.

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Lakewood teens tied to swastika graffiti charged with bias intimidation

Two young Lakewood teens, who police say were among six using a sledgehammer to smash windows on a vacant building Monday, face bias intimidation charges tied to spray-painted swastikas and other graffiti found August 25 in a township playground.

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A blood-engorged female Aedes albopictus mosquito feeding on a human host. (CDC)
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NJ Zika cases continue to grow as Atlantic County reports first case

Twenty-five people in Bergen County alone have been diagnosed with Zika.

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Near 90 in mid-September? Near-record temps Wednesday for NJ

Our warming trend will peak Wednesday, with near-record temperatures, before a cold front brings a cooldown and a slight chance for rain Wednesday evening.

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180 Turning Lives Around seeks volunteers to aid domestic violence victims

180 Turning Lives Around is a non-profit organization in Monmouth County who provides support and advocacy to victims of domestic violence. Volunteers are a major factor in their support. Right now, they need your help.

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Getting focused, getting high: NJ sees spike in abuse of this type of drug

Amid an opioid and heroin epidemic, doctors and drug experts in the state are concerned about a new trend involving the abuse of stimulant medication used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

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Steven Benvenisti was hit by a drunk driver as a college senior. (Photo provided by Steven Benvenisti)
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Crash survivor: Require ignition devices for ALL NJ drunk drivers

Under current New Jersey Law, the devices are required for repeat offenders and first-timers with a blood alcohol concentration of .15 or above.

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So long, meter readers. ‘Smart’ utility meters coming soon to many NJ homes

New Jersey is behind much of the nation regarding the technology in place to monitor homeowners' utility usage.

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NJ’s autumn mosquitoes carry West Nile virus threat

The West Nile virus season is peaking in New Jersey.

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HARBURG, GERMANY - JUNE 08: A woman donates blood at the blood donation service Hamburg on June 8, 2011 in Harburg, Germany. Hospitals and the Red Cross in northern Germany have appealed to the public for blood donations as a result of the current outbreak of enterohemorrhagic E. coli, also known as the EHEC bacteria. With at least 2,200 people afflicted by the infection, and approximately 500 suffering from the HUS complication from EHEC that attacks the kidneys, hospitals have seen an explosive growth in their need for donated blood plasma. The EHEC outbreak has thus far killed at least 22 people in Europe's deadliest recorded outbreak of E. coli. (Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images)
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400 fewer patients died last year from NJ hospital infections

New Jersey hospitals are touting results of an effort to reduce deadly infections, reporting 400 lives saved statewide in the first year of a new program.

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NJ mom, son arrested; marijuana and guns seized from home, cops say

Police seized two guns and 2.5 pounds of pot from a Manchester home Tuesday.

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Rabid bat discovered in Cherry Hill

A bat taken from the basement of a Cherry Hill house, where children were playing, has tested positive for rabies, according to the Camden County Health Department.

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