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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Insurance Problems Still Loom for Sandy Flood Victims in NJ

In the coming weeks, FEMA will reach out to all homeowners who filed Superstorm Sandy flood insurance claims -- informing them they can re-open their cases if their claims were denied, or if they feel they did not get a fair settlement. One expert warns that, for some victims, there may still be challenges ahead.

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FBI's Top 10 Marks 65 years. (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)
FBI's Top 10 Marks 65 years. (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)
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FBI’s Top 10 Most Wanted Program Marks 65 Years

It started in 1950 when a reporter wanted to do a story on the nation's most wanted criminals. The overwhelming response led to the beginning of what has become known as the FBI's Top 10 Most Wanted list. This Saturday, the program will celebrate its 65th anniversary.

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Smoke and carbon monoxide detector (Credit: Mike Rachel)
Smoke and carbon monoxide detector (Credit: Mike Rachel)
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Gas Explosions Prompt Calls for Gas Leak Sensor Requirements

Recent natural gas explosions have prompted legislation that would require gas leak detectors in New Jersey dwellings.

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Office workers
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Which perk do employees covet most?

A nationwide survey of workers uncovers that the perk of vacation outweighs better benefits, and upper management doesn't have a true handle on what their employees want.

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Sandy damage victims can have tainted insurance claim denials re-opened

Victims whose Hurricane Sandy damage claims may have been denied or  reduced due to fraudulently altered insurance inspection reports will soon be able to have their filings re-examined.

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Road rage. (kieferpix, ThinkStock)
Road rage. (kieferpix, ThinkStock)
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Road rage – Should it be covered in driver education courses?

Should New Jersey high schools with driver's education courses be required to include the dangers of road rage in the curriculum? Consider this: 6-in-10 Americans consider aggressive driving to be a "major threat" to themselves and their families.

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Category: New Jersey News, News Tags:
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60 degrees today, more rain this weekend

Despite morning fog and scattered showers, thermometers across New Jersey will make a run for 60 degrees today, with more comfortable weather expected in the days ahead.

Here are your weather headlines for Wednesday, March 11, 2015...
Today: 60?

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Several lights are burned out in the illuminated facade of Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City
Several lights are burned out in the illuminated facade of Trump Plaza Hotel Casino in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Wayne Parry, FILE)
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Laid-off casino employees still looking for work

Twenty-six weeks of unemployment benefits are set to run out this month for most of the workers laid off by the recent string of casino closures in Atlantic City.

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Jupiterimages, ThinkStock
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Kids’ Egos – Parents Who Hover Too Closely Can Overinflate Them

A new study suggests "overparenting," or "helicopter parenting," can inflate a child's ego and promote narcissism.

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Worst rest stop on the New Jersey Turnpike – No food, no restrooms

When Superstorm Sandy slammed New Jersey, the food court area at the Grover Cleveland Rest Stop on north side of the NJ Turnpike, between exits 11 and 12 was flooded and had to be shut down. Two-and-a-half years later the facility is still closed, and last week a trailer of portable bathrooms was suddenly removed.

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Cars in winter
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Road salt can corrode cars if left untreated

Winter may slowly be retreating, but there's one threat that still looms.

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Partly sunny, 47 degrees. Sunday afternoon runoff. (Craig Allen photo)
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Temperatures stay mild, but a damp evening ahead

New Jersey has enjoyed two 50+ degree days in a row so far this week, and today will make three. However, rain is also expected starting this afternoon.

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