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Swatting Causes Unnecessary Expense for Law Enforcement

4-1-15
When someone calls in a false report in a swatting incident, it's expensive for law enforcement and scary for victims.

Sen. Menendez Press Conference Addressing Indictment

4-1-15
Sen. Bob Menendez gave a statement addressing his indictment on federal corruption charges.

Sen. Menendez Indicted on Federal Corruption Charges

4-1-15
Sen. Bob Menendez has been indicted on federal charges, including conspiracy to commit bribery and wire fraud.

Teaching Seniors to Avoid Financial Scams

3-31-15
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is holding seminars for senior citizens to educate them on how to spot and avoid a financial scam.

The Dangers of Distracted Walking

3-31-15
Walking through intersections while using devices like cell phones or even head phones can be dangerous for pedestrians.

Mock Terrorist Attack Tests First Responders

3-30-15
The Port Authority held a drill to test first responders in a terrorist attack situation at the Holland Tunnel early Sunday morning.

STOPit App Lets Kids Anonymously Report Bullying

3-27-15
The STOPit app allows for anonymous reporting of bullying incidents. Founders hope it resonates with young people who use technology to communicate.

NJ School Teacher Speaks Out About Gambling Charge

3-26-15
Teacher John Bovery says it's been four and a half years since he was charged with promoting gambling and he still hasn't gone to trial.

New Brunswick Repeals Begging Ban Amid Challenge

3-26-15
After a lawyer and the ACLU sued New Brunswick for citing John Fleming for begging, the city settled the case by paying $4,500 to a homeless charity and covering Fleming's court costs.

Alliance Hopes to Make NJ More Immigrant Friendly

3-24-15
The New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice is made up of 20 different organizations that have joined forces to fight for immigrants' rights.