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Workers Demonstrate, Several Arrested, at Newark Liberty Airport

Employees at Newark Airport joined eight other cities across the nation in acts of civil disobedience in an effort to increase the minimum wage and improve workers' rights.

Veto Kills Film Tax Credit Reboot

New Jersey's film tax credit program sunsetted in June and Gov. Christie has vetoed a bill to reinstate and expand it.

No Powerball Jackpot Winners in NJ

Although no one in New Jersey won the record breaking Powerball jackpot, there was a $2 million ticket and a $1 million ticket sold in the Garden State.

Atlantic City Officials Vow to Fight State Takeover of Finances

Officials say they won't accept a complete state takeover of Atlantic City's finances even though the city could face bankruptcy.

Report: Corporate Investment Has Potential to Increase Camden’s Food Accessibility

Alison Hastings of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission discusses a new study that suggests growing access to food can lead to growing the entire economy.

What to Do If You Win the Record Powerball Jackpot

Attorney Jason Kurland, who has represented big lottery winners, gives advice to those who may win the Powerball jackpot, which has exceeded $1 billion.

Property Tax Increase Highest in Four Years According to APP Data

Asbury Park Press reporter Michael Symons says property taxes in New Jersey are up an average of 2.4 percent, the highest increase in four years.

Mexican, Dominican Business Community Works to Attract Customers to Camden

For years Camden has had a bad reputation but that's changing along a strip of Federal Street where there is a vibrant Mexican and Dominican business community.

New Jersey’s Untapped Potential for Wind Energy

Research shows New Jersey has more potential than any other state in the region to produce offshore wind power, but it has yet to create a financing plan to make it affordable.

Pet Stores Face Fines for Consumer Affairs Violations

Pet store owners who have been fined by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs say the violations have to do with paperwork and not the treatment of animals.