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Three Baby Giraffes at Six Flags Great Adventure

3-8-17
Six Flags Great Adventure has three baby giraffes. Visitors can see the babies in person starting April 1.

Rep. Pallone Talks EPA, Affordable Care Act and More

2-27-17
Congressman Frank Pallone discusses change-ups at the Environmental Protection Agency, Republicans' possible replacement of Obamacare, the potential defunding of Planned Parenthood and more.

Pinelands Commission Votes to Permit South Jersey Gas Pipeline

2-24-17
The Pinelands Commission voted 9 to 5, with one abstention, to permit a controversial, 22-mile-long natural gas pipeline to pass through the heart of its preserved forest. Some opponents reacted with rage.

Activists Rally in Newark Over New EPA Administrator

2-20-17
Environmentalists see the new EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt, as a wrecking ball aimed at the EPA’s heart. As Oklahoma’s attorney general, he sued the agency 14 times.

Once a Solar Industry Leader, NJ Now Lags in Job Creation

2-14-17
In its annual survey, national nonprofit The Solar Foundation finds while the rest of the country saw a 25 percent jump in solar job growth, New Jersey's fell by 14 percent, losing about 1,000 jobs.

Turtle Back Zoo Opens Sea Turtle Hospital

2-10-17
The Turtle Back Zoo is now home to the only long-term sea turtle hospital in New Jersey, one of fewer than 10 in the Northeast.

Advocates Have Given Up on Christie Administration Updating Water Supply Plan

2-9-17
Rutgers Associate Professor Daniel Van Abs, who helped write a water supply plan 21 years ago, has given up on the Christie administration updating the plan.

Snowy Owls Spotted in New Jersey

2-6-17
The majestic federally protected snowy owls are back from the Arctic and have been seen in New Jersey.

Winter is the Perfect Time to Eat Blue Crabs

2-6-17
Like bears, crabs hibernate during the winter, feasting for months to prepare, so they are their meatiest this time of year.

Proposed Fluke Restrictions Have Fishermen Concerned

1-27-17
New Jersey could see a 40 percent reduction in flounder fishing limits. That's more than the 30 percent reduction proposed for other Atlantic states.