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KKK Distributes Fliers in Rutherford

12-23-14
Fliers from the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan appeared on lawns and porches in Rutherford. The group is seeking new members.
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NJ State Police Training to Deal with Mentally Ill

12-23-14
To make sure officers are prepared for encounters with the mentally ill, New Jersey State Police are working with mental health organizations to improve training.
Brick City Synergy will attempt to teach 50 Newark youngsters, ages 9 to 14, to avoid mimicking criminal and violent behavior they’ve often observed in their neighborhoods.

Stopping Youth Violence Before it Occurs

12-23-14
Rutgers and the city of Newark collaborate to help at-risk youngsters.
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NJ Police React to NYPD Shooting

12-22-14
After two NYPD officers were killed over the weekend, law enforcement in New Jersey has made changes to protect police here.
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Homeless Man Fights New Brunswick Begging Ban

12-22-14
The ACLU of New Jersey is helping John Fleming, a homeless man, fight an ordinance in New Brunswick that prohibits panhandling.
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Christie Calls on Obama to Demand Cuba Return Woman Convicted of Killing NJ Cop

12-22-14
Gov. Christie wrote a letter to President Obama urging him to demand that the Cuban government return Joanne Chesimard, who was convicted of killing a state trooper, to New Jersey.
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Carjackings Down 40% in North Jersey

12-19-14
The acting state attorney general says Operation Jacked, which brought down a carjacking ring, helped reduce car thefts and carjackings in four North Jersey counties.
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Transgender Students Search for Space to Belong

12-19-14
Transgender students often have to fight schools to use gender-specific restrooms and dressing rooms. Rowan University has started using gender neutral bathrooms.
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Rules for Drone Use in New Jersey

12-19-14
Drones are gaining popularity nationwide. In New Jersey, there is not much legal precedent for guidance.
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Renewed Relations with Cuba Could Mean Extradition of Convicted State Trooper Killer

12-18-14
Joanne Chesimard was convicted of killing New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster, but she fled to Cuba where Fidel Castro granted her asylum. Officials say she could now be extradited back to the U.S. with renewed diplomatic relations.