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Fire Departments Focus on Solar Panel Safety

7-13-16
Firefighters say solar panel installation creates limited access to the roof, where they vent the smoke from a burning building, and poses the threat of electrocution.
160712Delmore

Mahwah Residents Concerned About New Teterboro Flight Path

7-12-16
Teterboro Airport is testing a new flight path and some Mahway residents say it's negatively affecting their quality of life.
160711Delmore

Flight Delays Possible From ‘Too Hot to Handle’ Weather

7-11-16
Hot temperatures can cause planes to have decreased performance when it comes to takeoffs and landings. That inefficiency results in planes needing longer runways, which some smaller airports don't have.
160627Delmore

Experts Predict Record Year for NJ Shark Sightings

6-27-16
Warmer temperatures are expected to increase the number of shark sightings along the New Jersey coast because it warms the ocean waters making them more attractive to sharks and it increases the number of people on the beach.
160623Delmore

Clinging Jellyfish Found in New Jersey

6-23-16
The dime-sized clinging jellyfish are small, but they have very potent stings. They have been confirmed in New Jersey, mainly in quiet waters.
160622Flanagan

Lawmakers Want More Transparency with Trains Carrying Crude Oil

6-22-16
Trains carrying Bakken crude oil travel through New Jersey every week and state lawmakers are supporting right-to-know bills designed to enhance oversight.
160610Flanagan

Railway Criticized for Storing Flammable Gas in Tankers

6-10-16
Morristown and Erie Railway is storing butane and propane in tankers along the tracks, which is drawing criticism from Morris County officials and homeowners who weren't notified of the plan.
160601Vannozzi

Near Normal Hurricane Season Predicted

6-1-16
Forecasters are predicting a near normal hurricane season with 10 to 16 tropical storms and four to eight hurricanes. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.
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A Look Into Zoo Security Following Cincinnati Zoo Incident

5-30-16
Harambe, a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, was killed after a toddler managed to make its way into the animal's exhibit. Following the incident, the security of animal exhibits are being checked and analyzed.