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150722Hill

Camden County Officials Prepare for Pope’s Visit to Philadelphia

7-22-15
Although Pope Francis doesn't plan to enter New Jersey when he visits Philadelphia in September, his presence will be felt in South Jersey with changes to transportation and many visitors.
150721Delmore2

What Happens to Items Left at TSA Checkpoints?

7-21-15
If you leave items at a TSA checkpoint at Newark Airport, do you know what happens to them? They could get sold online.
150720Flanagan

Incidents of Lasers Pointed at Aircraft on the Rise

7-20-15
There have been more reports of lasers being pointed at airplanes recently. It can be dangerous because pilots can become disoriented.
150720Moran

‘Death on the Devil’s Teeth’: Unsolved 1972 Murder of Teenage Girl

7-20-15
Mark Moran, co-author of "Death on the Devil's Teeth," discusses the weird circumstances that led him to investigate the 43-year-old murder case of Jeannette DePalma.
150717Delmore

NJ Supreme Court Rules Towns Can Furlough Public Employees Without Negotiation

7-17-15
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled municipalities, in times of extreme financial hardship, can force public employees to take a leave of absence without pay.
150717INTV

Union Spokesman: Casino Workers Willing to Strike to Restore Benefits

7-17-15
UNITE HERE Local 54 Spokesman Ben Begleiter says Taj Mahal casino workers voted to authorize a strike after they were stripped of pensions and health benefits.
150717Flanagan

Firefighters Train at Condemned Homes in Mount Holly

7-17-15
Firefighters got hands-on training at several condemned homes slated for demolition in Mount Holly.
Chris Porrino will rejoin Lowenstein Sandler LLP. - (FILE PHOTO)

Christie’s chief counsel returning to Lowenstein Sandler firm; McElroy Deutsch lawyer tapped as replacement

7-17-15
Chris Porrino will step down as Gov. Christie's chief counsel at the end of July.
150716Cruz

In Camden, Christie Pushes Criminal Justice Reforms for the Nation

7-16-15
Gov. Christie called for reform in the criminal justice system during a speech in Camden. He touted drug courts and treatment over incarceration, as well as bail reform.
150716Flanagan

Latest Attack on DCF Workers Renews Call for Leah’s Law

7-16-15
After two child welfare caseworkers were attacked on the job in Pennsville, state lawmakers say it's time to approve Leah's Law, which would offer greater protection to those at the Department of Children and Families.