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Jax after her first performance on Wednesday's "American Idol"
Jax after her first performance on Wednesday's "American Idol" (YouTube)
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Jersey’s Jax reaches ‘Idol’ top 5 – gets tapped for concert tour

Arena Anthem Night on "American Idol" propelled East Brunswick's Jax into the show's top five and onto the summer tour.

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Gov. Chris Christie eats "Tonight Dough" ice cream on the Tonight Show as Jimmy Fallon tries to share
Gov. Chris Christie eats "Tonight Dough" ice cream on the Tonight Show as Jimmy Fallon tries to share (YouTube)
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Chris Christie on ‘Tonight Show’ – I’ll announce in May or June

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie returned to late-night TV on Wednesday and gave perhaps his most specific estimate, to date, of when he might announce he's running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.

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Chilly temperatures are back – possible freeze tonight

For the first time in nearly two weeks, both high and low temperatures across New Jersey will end up below normal, with the potential for sub-freezing temperatures on Friday morning.

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B.E.A.T. Center, Toms River (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
B.E.A.T. Center, Toms River (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
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B.E.A.T. Center – Now the real work begins

The glamor of the Jon Bon Jovi press conference now a memory, organizers of the B.E.A.T. (Bringing Everyone All Together) Center begin turning it into reality. Once there, they say, a major part of their ongoing function will be to help drop-ins overcome food insecurity - something many never experienced until Superstorm Sandy.

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This morning's weather radar image shows continuing showers and thunderstorms for New Jersey
This morning's weather radar image shows continuing showers and thunderstorms for New Jersey
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As one round of rain wraps up, another one is just around the corner

Following morning showers and thunderstorms, New Jersey will see about 24 to 36 hours of dry weather before rain chances return to the forecast.

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Millennials feel better about personal finances than other generations, says report

Millennials are feeling better about their finances than all other age groups, according to a study released on April 20 by Bankrate.com.

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Sketch of Emma Grace (NJ State Police)
Sketch of Emma Grace (NJ State Police)
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Emma Grace burial tomorrow, search for mother continues

The infant we've come to know as Emma Grace will be buried in Howell Township Saturday. But how her head and body ended up separately among trash at a Farmingdale recycling center last November is still a matter for investigators, and they hope that finding the mother will shed light on it.

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Ocean County Sheriff's Facebook Page
Ocean County Sheriff's Facebook Page
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Flags in NJ half-staff for Manchester patrolman

Flags at all New Jersey state buildings lower to half-staff Friday in memory of Manchester Police Officer Scott R. Thompson, who died suddenly at age 47 last week.

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What the latest ISIS threat means for New Jersey

ISIS has posted a new propaganda video online entitled "We Will Burn America." It promises a new 9/11 style attack on U.S. soil and issues a call to arms to supporters and sympathizers.

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Forecast High Temperatures for April 15, 2015 (College of DuPage Meteorology)
Forecast High Temperatures for April 15, 2015 (College of DuPage Meteorology)
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Back to pleasant, mild Spring weather for Wednesday

After yesterday’s clouds and rain made for a dreary day, sunshine returns for Wednesday along with warmer temperatures.

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Woman with stomach issues
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Drug-resistant stomach bug reaches New Jersey

A stubborn strain of an intestinal illness is making noise in several states, including New Jersey.

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Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II, NY. Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media News
Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II, NY. Photo by Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media News
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FEMA Notices on Appealing and Reviewing Claims in the National Flood Insurance Program expected Soon

By the end of April, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is expected to mail notices to all policy holders who filed claims with its National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) on how to appeal or request a review in light of allegations of fraud and questionable engineering reports that led to underpayments and denials, according to Paul Weberg, Senior Engineer with FEMA Region II in New York.

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