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NJ woman banned from every Walmart for life

A New Jersey shoplifter plans to fight a municipal judge's harsh ruling, which bans her from entering any Walmart across the country for the rest of her life.

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Another New Jersey heat wave – 90s possible every day this week

Scattered showers and storms on Monday will precede an extended period of heat and humidity.

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie leaves a campaign event on June 12, 2015 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (Scott Olson, Getty Images)
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What went wrong for Chris Christie in Iowa?

Just 1 percent of likely Iowa GOP primary voters who participated in a July 20 Monmouth University poll said Gov. Chris Christie was their first choice for president. Only 2 percent named him as their second choice. The poll's director said it seemed as though Christie has given up on Iowa.

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Police in riot gear push back on media and a crowd gathering in the street after a 10 p.m. curfew went into effect Thursday, April 30, 2015, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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NJ lawmaker learns from the Baltimore riots

The nation watched as rocks and bricks rained down from rooftops, injuring first responders and damaging their equipment during the recent riots in Baltimore. There was a complete breakdown of law and order, as hoses were slashed so that fires couldn't be put out, and police cars were torched and overturned.

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‘Gap year’ gaining popularity for NJ high school grads

It's a growing trend in New Jersey and across the country: high school graduates taking a "gap year" to do all sorts of things before they start college.

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Social media leading to more tips, arrests

Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are treating police to a whole new pool of detectives - the public.

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The New Jersey "Circle." This one in Pennington. (Craig Allen photo)
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NJ’s hated traffic circles are on the way out

They're supposed to help keep traffic moving, but many Garden State motorists don't like or trust them. Traffic circles have been around for decades in New Jersey, but they are slowly being phased out in favor of what are called roundabouts.

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More delays on NJ Transit

New Jersey Transit holds Amtrak responsible for another day of delays and cancellations, for the fourth time this week.

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A proposed legislation would allow Garden State residents to have wildlife habitats on their property. (oksix, ThinkStock)
A proposed legislation would allow Garden State residents to have wildlife habitats on their property. (oksix, ThinkStock)
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Bringing wildlife habitats closer to home in NJ

New Jersey's top Republican Assembly leader is encouraging all Garden State homeowners to consider creating a wildlife habitat on part of their property.

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Sunny and warm for now, humidity and rain returns this weekend

Seasonably warm temperatures, low humidity, and sunny skies will persist only for the first half of the weekend.

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Should child support end at the age of 19?

Are you obligated to pay child support and feel as though it will never end? Three lawmakers in New Jersey want a law that clearly defines an age at which the legal end for child support is triggered.

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Is reclassification to blame for rise in autism?

It has long been believed that the increase in autism rates across New Jersey and the rest of the country is due, in part, to the improvements in diagnosis and classification.  A new study at Penn State University suggests as much.

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