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Trump fundraiser in New Jersey draws hundreds of protestors

"No Hate in the Garden State" and "Dump Trump" were the demonstrator's main themes outside the New Jersey National Guard Armory in Lawrenceville.

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Police lights. (David Lentz, ThinkStock)
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NJ man ransacked neighbor’s home, tore out gas lines, police say

Authorities say a 22-year-old Runnemede man ransacked his neighbor's home, stole items then tore out the gas lines.

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Central Avenue and Lock Street in Newark, near NJIT. (Credit: Google Maps)
Central Avenue and Lock Street in Newark, near NJIT. (Credit: Google Maps)
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NJIT employee struck, killed walking to work, police say

The Essex County Prosecutor's Office Homicide/Major Crimes Task Force is investigating the circumstances surrounding a motor vehicle crash that killed an employee a New Jersey Institute of Technology as he was walking to work Thursday.

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Mike Rice as Rutgers men's basketball team in 2012
Mike Rice as Rutgers men's basketball team in 2012 (Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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Mike Rice fallout: Rutgers pays ex-basketball player $300,000 over abuse lawsuit

The player said Rice left him in a constant state of anxiety and fear with his rants and berating of players.

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New York And NJ Residents Struggle To Recover One Week After Superstorm San
Police tape hangs in front of a home damaged by Superstorm Sandy on Nov. 5, 2012, the first day residents were allowed to return to Long Beach Island following the storm. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Hurricane season is coming soon: Are you prepared?

Some of Superstorm Sandy's disastrous effects are still with us. It's National Hurricane Preparedness Week — are you ready?

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Congressman Jon Runyan (Center) tours Sandy damage in Seaside Heights with Vice President Joe Biden (L) and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (R)
Congressman Jon Runyan (Center) tours Sandy damage in Seaside Heights with Vice President Joe Biden (L) and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (R) (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Former Congressman and Philly Eagle Jon Runyan to be NFL’s chief disciplinarian

Former New Jersey Congressman Jon Runyan has joined a new team: the NFL league offices.

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NJ’s cool start to May could be erased by the end of the month

"There are indications that we are going to go on the other side of the ledger and go above normal temperature-wise," said state climatologist Dave Robinson at Rutgers.

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Watch out for that turtle! Drivers are crushing endangered ones in NJ

To put a dent in the number of road casualties, The Wetlands Institute and other local groups install and maintain tubing as a barrier between bodies of water and the road.

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Watch out: Granola bars recalled due to possible Listeria bacterium

A popular brand of granola bars has announced a recall after the company learned one of the ingredients may be contaminated with listeria.

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U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Coast Guard
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WATCH: Sailor rescued from sinking boat 90 miles from NJ coast

A French sailor used an emergency positioning device to help Coast Guard crews locate and rescue him after his vessel began sinking off the NJ coast Monday.

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A $500,000 home is ‘affordable housing’ in New Jersey?

A fight over what the definition of affordable housing should be.

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President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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(PHOTOS) Obama will urge Rutgers grads to make ‘positive changes’

In just a few hours, Barack Obama will address graduates at Rutgers University's 2016 commencement, and according to The White House, the President plans to encourage students to make positive changes in the world.

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