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Democrats to unveil ‘alternative’ spending plan for NJ

Gov. Chris Christie's budget plan is going to have some competition. Assembly Speaker Vinnie Prieto (D-Secaucus) said the goal is for the Democrat-controlled NJ Legislature to unveil an alternative spending plan Monday and possibly pass it and send it to Christie on June 25.

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The rash of swatting incidents could cause emotional distress for students. (surpasspro, ThinkStock)
The rash of swatting incidents could cause emotional distress for students. (surpasspro, ThinkStock)
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Swatting incidents may lead to emotional problems for students

The wave of swatting incidents in New Jersey and across the country in recent weeks are not only impacting police departments and their budgets, they are impacting children emotionally.

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Criminals could help fund NJ school safety upgrades

As the old adage goes, "crime doesn't pay," but criminals in New Jersey may have to pay more after being convicted in order to create a pot of money to be used for upgrades to school security in the Garden State.

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Infant safe haven expansion measure advances in Assembly

New Jersey's safe havens for newborns would include firehouses and emergency first aid squad headquarters, if a measure sponsored by shore Assemblywomen Mary Pat Angelini (R-11) and Donna Simon (R-16) becomes law.

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Seaside Park Special Police officer accused of underage sex

A Class II special police officer on the Seaside Park squad is free on $100,000 bail, but could spend up to 10 years in prison of convicted of having sexual relations with a 15-year-old girl in his Hazlet home.

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Seaside Heights special police officer faces child porn charge

A tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children brings child pornography possession and distribution counts against a Seaside Heights Class II special police officer.

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June 2015 was the fourth wettest on record. (Zoia Kostina/ThinkStock)
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Wet and cloudy Thursday, warm and humid Friday

Showers are expected in New Jersey for both Thursday morning and afternoon, as clouds limit high temperatures to the 70s.

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Wednesday June 17, 2015 Winning NJ Lottery Numbers

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

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How can Atlantic City Reinvent itself?
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Could Atlantic City become a major retail hub?

Could Atlantic City eventually become the retail outlet capital of the East Coast?

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New Jersey third lowest in nation for injury deaths

New Jersey is one of the safest states in the nation when it comes to fatal injuries from motor vehicle accidents, homicides, suicides, drug overdoses and falls, according to a new report.

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Officers and their K9 partners from the Union County Sheriff's office pay respects to NY-NJ Port Authority K9 dog Sirius, killed during the terrorist attack at the World Trade Center. (Photo by Don Murray/Getty Images)
Officers and their K9 partners from the Union County Sheriff's office pay respects to NY-NJ Port Authority K9 dog Sirius, killed during the terrorist attack at the World Trade Center. (Photo by Don Murray/Getty Images)
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Better protection for police dogs in New Jersey

Those who kill a police dog in New Jersey already face harsh penalties, but the top Republican in the Assembly said the state needs more severe punishment for anyone who assaults a police canine.

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Part-time workers share their pain in new Rutgers study

Using a random national sample of part-time workers across the country, new research from Rutgers University found many are struggling financially and want access to benefits that can make their lives easier now and down the road.

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