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Smoke from the Wharton State Forest fire
Smoke from the Wharton State Forest fire (News 12 New Jersey)
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Smoke from South Jersey Fire Drifts North

 

A forest fire in south Jersey that sent smoke northward thanks to an atmospheric condition that prevents the smoke from rising is now completely contained.

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Beijing To Raise Car Emission Standards For 2008 Olympics
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Flashing Your Headlights in NJ: Is it Legal? [POLL/AUDIO]

It's not against the law in New Jersey for drivers to flash their headlights to warn motorists of a police speed trap ahead, but that doesn't mean cops aren't handing out summonses.

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Violent Storms Kill 24 In North Carolina
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Too Many College Students, Not Enough Dorms [AUDIO]

New Jersey colleges and universities are building more dormitories, but they can't keep up with demand. It's a problem New Jersey has been struggling with for years.

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Wedding
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NJ Among Costliest States for Weddings [AUDIO]

If you are getting married, you may want to start saving. New Jersey is among the most expensive places in the country to get married according to 2013 numbers from TheKnot.com.

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Girls on the beach in Ocean City
Girls on the beach in Ocean City (William Thomas Cain, Getty Images)
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New Study Examines Status of Jersey Girls [AUDIO]

There's a song about them and now there's a report about them: Jersey Girls. Lakewood-based Georgian Court University released the findings of a two-year study examining the status of these girls, ranging in age from 10 to 19.

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NJ Colleges Post Solid Return on Investment [AUDIO]

A new report containing analysis from the online salary database Payscale ranked several New Jersey colleges and universities among the top 250 nationwide in return on investment -- helping to answer the question, "Is college worth it?"

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General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting .
General Mark Milley, III Corps and Fort Hood Commanding General, speaks to media during a press conference about a shooting . (Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images)
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Four Dead, 14 Wounded at Fort Hood

The gunman was identified as a soldier who died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds during the incident at the Texas military base.

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Monmouth County Fall 2011 Job Fair
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Monmouth County Job Fair to Be Held Friday [AUDIO]

If you're looking for work, Monmouth County is holding its 2014 Spring Job Fair on Friday, at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft. The free event is expected to attract more than 1,500 people.

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(Katherine Yeulet, ThinkStock)
(Katherine Yeulet, ThinkStock)
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Race Matters for NJ Kids, Report Says

When it comes to New Jersey children, certain racial and ethnic groups face considerably more obstacles on the path to achieving lifelong success. That's according to findings from a new Kids Count policy report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation entitled "Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children."

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Superstorm Sandy
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Sandy Fraud Still Prevalent [AUDIO]

Fraudulent activity connected to Superstorm Sandy is still being uncovered by New Jersey law enforcement, nearly 17 months since the storm made landfall.

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Internet
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Thanks to Internet, Sex Business Booms in NJ [AUDIO]

New Jersey's underground commercial sex economy is alive and well, generating hundreds of millions of dollars every year.

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Restaurant Chain Chipotle Warns Climate Change Could Force Guacamole Off The Menu
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Summer Employment Tough for Teens and 20-Somethings [AUDIO]

Job opportunities for teens and 20-somethings are the lowest they have been in years according to a report.

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