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Regional Briefs – January 15, 2018

New York Gave $3.5 Million To Support Recycling ALBANY – New York state gave $3.5 million last year to recycling projects across the state and the donation of wholesome food,…

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Bump-Stock Ban Signed Into Law in New Jersey

Gov. Chris Christie has signed into a law a bill banning bump stocks, like the one a gunman used in the Las Vegas concert shooting to turn a semi-automatic weapon…

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Newark Airport Passengers Warned Of Measles Case

Health officials are warning passengers who traveled through Newark Airport earlier this month that they may have been exposed to measles. The state Department of Health says an international traveler…

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Regional Briefs – January 14, 2018

Passersby Help Driver Escape Burning Car After Crash MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. – Passing drivers helped rescue another motorist from a burning vehicle after a crash on a major highway early…

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NYC to Review Police Response at Immigration Protest

Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City will investigate whether police responded correctly at a protest over the detention of a prominent immigration activist. De Blasio said Friday on…

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Judge Ends 1981 Court Order In GOP Voting Rights Case

A federal judge in New Jersey has officially terminated a consent decree prohibiting the Republican National Committee from engaging in tactics that can lead to voter intimidation, ending a legal…

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Regional Briefs – January 11, 2018

State Police to Deploy Aerial Drones Across NY ALBANY – New York state troopers are getting more eyes in the sky. Eighteen drones will be deployed throughout the state to…

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Chaim Deutsch Appointed to Leadership In City Council

Councilman Chaim Deutsch scored a prized position on the New York City Council’s leadership team during committee allocations Thursday. It was also announced that Deutsch, a Democrat from Midwood, will…

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