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WWOR's "Chasing New Jersey" Gets State Recognition

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New Jersey’s General Assembly honored WWOR’s Chasing New Jersey on the occasion of its 200th episode, which aired April 11, 2014, TV News Check reported.
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Radioactive Material Found Inside Sparta, NJ Home Video included

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Law enforcement officials say they found radioactive material inside the Sparta, New Jersey home of Joseph Gibeau. Sergeant John Paul Beebe said that they knew this was radioactive material because the containers were painted yellow and displayed a “tri-foil” decal which is the international symbol for radioactive material. More>>

New Jersey Roller Derby Workout Video included

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Calling all adrenaline junkies! New Jersey’s Roller Derby league may be just what you need if you’re looking for a new workout and aren’t afraid of getting knocked down at high speeds. Derby diva Barbi Gnecco discussed what the league is all about and how intense the game can get out on the rink.
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New Jersey’s Broken Bail System Video included

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The New Jersey bail system is broken and more and more people can’t afford to get out of jail. The New Jersey Supreme Court Committee has recommended historic changes to this money-making machine, prospectively cutting the pretrial defendant population in half and saving taxpayers money. One person currently stuck in the broken system is Aakash Dalal, a former Rutgers student who is being held in Bergen County Jail on $4 million bail for his role in firebombing a synagogue 2 years ago. More>>

Christie Across New Jersey Video included

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In recent months Governor Chris Christie has been pounding the pavement in order to increase his presence in the Garden State. This week, the governor attended a groundbreaking ceremony in Summit for a company called Celgene. Celgene is a company that partakes in research for cancer treatments. Currently the company's Summit, New Jersey campus is due for a major expansion which gained the attention of the Governor along with Congressman Leonard Lance.  More>>

Giant Whale Pulled Out Of Jersey City Harbor Video included

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A whale that was found early this week dead in the New York Harbor was transported yesterday to the Caven Point Marine Terminal in Jersey City.  Chris Gardner with the United States Army Corps of Engineers said that they successfully extracted the massive giant from the water around 8:00am yesterday morning.


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Stereotypes Playing A Big Part In Politics Video included

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Governor Christie's 119th town hall meeting was held yesterday in Somerset, New Jersey and the reality is that residents aren't just looking at what the governor is saying, but also how he looks. Over a year ago Christie underwent a secret lap band surgery and you can't help but notice how Christie is looking a lot better physically, along with a healthy tan and new haircut.
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New Jersey’s Need For Speed Video included

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Almost every male has asked themselves "should I have become a race car driver?" And fellow New Jersey Chaser, Hank Flynn, got the chance to live the dream and ride along with New Egypt Speedway Track Champion Billy Pauch. The veteran driver gave some very helpful advice and says all his students should follow the saying "go around slow and learn from the pro". More>>

Latest Prank Targets Poor In Order To Help The Homeless Video included

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New Jersey's favorite pranksters are at it again, but their latest stunt is catching a lot of slack for being insensitive to the poor. The group known as "Model Pranksters" took to Times Square wearing signs that said "Screw the Poor" and people were not exactly reacting to this latest prank in a positive way. More>>

Firefighter Background Check Results In Duty Dismissal Video included

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A new policy in Leonia, New Jersey has people questioning how far background checks should actually go when they do an investigation into someone. Former Leonia Volunteer Fire Chief David Bohnert was recently fired from his position because a background check revealed that he had a 1998 conviction for ‘Lewdness Observed By Children Under 13'. More>>

Check Out A Piece Of New Jersey History Video included

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New Jersey is filled with a ton of history and the Garden State has some pretty wild places that people can visit right in our own backyard. More>>

Permanent Make-Up Procedures Video included

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Some residents of New Jersey are now exploring the relatively new industry of permanent cosmetics. Essentially this means getting makeup tattooed on your face. Sondra Veroli is a patient at Endurance Permanent Cosmetics in Ridgewood, New Jersey. She recently got a permanent eyeliner procedure done and the lovely lady is thrilled with her results. More>>

Eminent Domain To The Rescue In Irvington? Video included

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Should New Jersey towns get into the mortgage business? Two long-time Irvington New Jersey residents, Mary Whetstone and Yves Louis, say that the mortgage crisis in town has gotten out of control and something has to be done. “Every block there’s one or two or three, foreclosures on it. And if it keeps on like this, every house is going to be foreclosed,” Whetstone said. More>>

A Look Inside The Chase Car Video included

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By now you’ve probably seen how Chasing New Jersey is always trying to figure out new ways to get the perfect shot. You’ve seen the Chasers in planes, blimps, boats and often recording in their cars. But have no fear; the Chasers are not putting themselves or fellow motorists at risk by driving and recording themselves at the same time. More>>

No-Delay Skyway Video included

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Carmageddon, the lord of all traffic nightmares was predicted yesterday morning due to the closure of the northbound Pulaski Skyway. What was supposed to historically be the worst Monday commute ever, thankfully turned out to be just the opposite. Now many motorists are wondering what all the fuss was about. More>>

Christie Supports Caps On Raises Video included

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Governor Christie and a handful of mayors from all over the state gathered in Trenton, New Jersey to discuss ‘interest arbitration’. They’re talking about putting 2% caps on raises that firemen and police officers can in cities throughout the Garden State. More>>

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  • WWOR's "Chasing New Jersey" Gets State Recognition

    WWOR's "Chasing New Jersey" Gets State Recognition

    Thursday, April 17 2014 3:53 PM EDT2014-04-17 19:53:15 GMT
    Chasing New JerseyChasing New Jersey
    New Jersey’s General Assembly honored WWOR’s Chasing New Jersey on the occasion of its 200th episode, which aired April 11, 2014, TV News Check reported.
    New Jersey’s General Assembly honored WWOR’s Chasing New Jersey on the occasion of its 200th episode, which aired April 11, 2014, TV News Check reported.
  • Radioactive Material Found Inside Sparta, NJ Home

    Radioactive Material Found Inside Sparta, NJ Home

    Thursday, April 17 2014 11:12 AM EDT2014-04-17 15:12:23 GMT
    Law enforcement officials say they found radioactive material inside the Sparta, New Jersey home of Joseph Gibeau. Sergeant John Paul Beebe said that they knew this was radioactive material because the containers were painted yellow and displayed a “tri-foil” decal which is the international symbol for radioactive material.
    Law enforcement officials say they found radioactive material inside the Sparta, New Jersey home of Joseph Gibeau. Sergeant John Paul Beebe said that they knew this was radioactive material because the containers were painted yellow and displayed a “tri-foil” decal which is the international symbol for radioactive material.
  • New Jersey Roller Derby Workout

    New Jersey Roller Derby Workout

    Thursday, April 17 2014 11:10 AM EDT2014-04-17 15:10:05 GMT
    Calling all adrenaline junkies! New Jersey’s Roller Derby league may be just what you need if you’re looking for a new workout and aren’t afraid of getting knocked down at high speeds. Derby diva Barbi Gnecco discussed what the league is all about and how intense the game can get out on the rink.
    Calling all adrenaline junkies! New Jersey’s Roller Derby league may be just what you need if you’re looking for a new workout and aren’t afraid of getting knocked down at high speeds. Derby diva Barbi Gnecco discussed what the league is all about and how intense the game can get out on the rink.
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  • Ex-NBA player: Re-entry tougher than serving time

    Ex-NBA player: Re-entry tougher than serving time

    Thursday, April 17 2014 6:50 PM EDT2014-04-17 22:50:46 GMT
    Jayson WilliamsJayson Williams
    Former NBA player Jayson Williams says trying to re-enter society after serving time for shooting a limousine driver was more difficult than being in prison.
    Former NBA player Jayson Williams says trying to re-enter society after serving time for shooting a limousine driver was more difficult than being in prison.
  • Governor Christie wants to do away with campaign donation limits and realty transfer fees

    Governor Christie wants to do away with campaign donation limits and realty transfer fees

    Thursday, April 17 2014 4:08 PM EDT2014-04-17 20:08:25 GMT

    During his town hall meeting in Somerset County on Tuesday Gov. Chris Christie said he believes there should be no limits on the amount of money people can donate to political campaigns, as long as they disclose their contributions within a 48-period, according to nj.com.

    During his town hall meeting in Somerset County on Tuesday Gov. Chris Christie said he believes there should be no limits on the amount of money people can donate to political campaigns, as long as they disclose their contributions within a 48-period, according to nj.com.

  • Man with samurai sword arrested at New Jersey deli

    Man with samurai sword arrested at New Jersey deli

    Thursday, April 17 2014 9:27 AM EDT2014-04-17 13:27:28 GMT
    New Jersey NewsNew Jersey News
    Employees at a southern New Jersey deli say they feared for their lives when a man walked in and brandished a samurai sword. It happened at American Deli in Lower Township.
    Employees at a southern New Jersey deli say they feared for their lives when a man walked in and brandished a samurai sword. It happened at American Deli in Lower Township.
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