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150518Aron

President Obama Visits Camden

5-18-15
President Obama was in Camden today, calling the city "a symbol of promise for the nation."
150518Vannozzi

A Look at Camden County PD’s K-9 Unit

5-18-15
The Camden County Police Department uses its K-9 unit to sniff out drugs and aid in suspect surrender.
150515Cruz

Booker, Menendez Call for Increased Transportation Funding

5-15-15
In the wake of the deadly Amtrak derailment, Sens. Booker and Menendez called on their Republican colleagues for more transportation funding to help avoid future tragedies.
150515Vannozzi

Data: 10% of Fatal Car Crashes Involved Drivers Without Valid Licenses

5-15-15
Statistics show that 10 percent of fatal car crashes between 2010 and 2013 involved a driver without a valid license.
150513Williams

NJ Man Among the Dead in Amtrak Train Derailment

5-13-15
Jim Gaines of Plainsboro was one of at least seven people who were killed after an Amtrak train derailed near Philadelphia.
150513Vannozzi

U.S. Military Bases at Heightened Security Levels

5-13-15
Military bases, including Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, are at the Bravo level -- the highest since the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

NJ Man Among Those Killed in Amtrak Derailment

5-13-15
An Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia on its way from Washington, D.C. to New York Tuesday night, killing six people.
150512Hill

Judge Agrees to Re-Sentence Juvenile Given 75-Year Punishment

5-12-15
An Essex County judge has agreed to re-sentence James Comer who was 17 when he was given a 75-year prison sentence with the possibility of parole after 68 years. His attorney argued that amounted to a life sentence, which is unconstitutional for a minor.
150511Aron

Officials Call for Reauthorization of Federal Highway Trust Fund

5-11-15
The federal Highway Trust Fund expires May 31 and New Jersey politicians say without reauthorization, state infrastructure is in jeopardy.
150511Flanagan

Lawmakers Consider Greater Penalties for Swatting

5-11-15
Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, who is a victim of swatting, has introduced legislation that would make it a second-degree crime punishable by 10 years in prison and a $150,000 fine.