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The NJ Department of Corrections is using "telemedicine" to examine inmates. (Photo Credit: NA, ThinkStock)
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NJ Prisons Conducting Medical Exams

The New Jersey Department of Corrections is now using sophisticated "telemedicine" video systems to examine inmates at prisons around the state.

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NJ Cops and Firefighters Could Face Longer Residency Requirement

New Jersey police officers and firefighters could be required to live in the municipalities where they work under a measure that cleared the Assembly Judiciary Committee on March 19.

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Homeless U.S. military veterans salute the flag during the Pledge of Allegiance.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Homeless U.S. military veterans salute the flag during the Pledge of Allegiance. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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New Jersey Second Highest in Nation for Jobless Vets

When it comes to the unemployment rate for veterans, New Jersey had the second-highest in the nation in 2014, according to data from the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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A messy evening commute for NJ before the snow moves out

Spring officially began at 6:45 p.m. Friday but it's being greeted by a snowy scene across most of New Jersey, with widespread 3 to 6 inch snow totals before the wintry weather was expected to taper off later in the evening.

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Up to 6 inches of snow expected today, even as Spring approaches

This first day of Spring looks to be a snowy one, with a wide swath of 3 to 6 inches of accumulation in North Jersey and a snowy, rainy, slushy mess in South Jersey.

Our final forecast for today’s winter storm hasn’t really changed much since yesterday. The contour int

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Terry Fearon (l.) and Eileen Daly
Terry Fearon (l.) and Eileen Daly (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
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War monument for NJ Gold Star families closer to reality

About 70 percent of the $100,000 needed to build a permanent memorial, dedicated to New Jersey Gold Star families whose children don't return from war, has been raised in less than a year.

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This July 11, 2014 photo shows many of the Atlantic City N.J. Boardwalk casinos. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Atlantic City visitors say the destination needs improvement

A number of significant projects are in the pipeline in order to improve Atlantic City's reputation, economy and overall vibe, and according to many visitors of the resort town, help can't come soon enough.

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NJ has one of the lowest remarriage rates, according to a census report. (Comstock, ThinkStock)
NJ has one of the lowest remarriage rates, according to a census report. (Comstock, ThinkStock)
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New Jersey has country’s lowest remarriage rate, census shows

According to a U.S Census report, New Jersey now has the lowest remarriage rate in the country.  

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Do You Know Your Doctor’s Background?

Very few, if any, New Jerseyans would be likely to go to a surgeon if they knew the doctor wasn't properly educated or trained and had also been convicted of manslaughter in another country.

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The area in Sykesville, Maryland where Erica Crippen's body was found.
The area in Sykesville, Maryland where Erica Crippen's body was found. (Burlington County Prsoecutor's Office)
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Husband’s GPS led police to missing South Jersey woman’s body

Police found the body of a missing South Jersey woman in a Maryland pine grove by using GPS in her car to trace her husband's travels to the area.

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Gas prices could be dropping again. (Tom Merton, Getty Images)
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Gas prices in New Jersey are dropping again

Gasoline prices are dropping again in New Jersey, at a time when prices usually start to increase. 

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Flu season isn’t over yet for New Jersey

Spring officially begins on Friday, but flu season may linger for a while, medical experts say.

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