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Power Outages, Flooding Concerns with Winter Storm

1-22-16
Utility companies are urging customers to plan for possible power outages and officials say those at the Jersey Shore should be prepared for flooding.
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Jersey Shore Prepares for Storm Surge, Flooding

1-22-16
Ahead of a major winter storm, communities at the Jersey Shore are bracing for a strong storm surge and the potential for flooding.
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Winter Storm Cuts into Christie’s Campaign Plans

1-22-16
Gov. Christie cut his trip to New Hampshire short because of the impending winter storm.
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NJTV News Special Report: Blizzard of 2016 Gov. Christie Emergency Briefing

1-22-16
Gov. Chris Christie held a press briefing about the upcoming winter storm.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 22, 2016

1-22-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Christie Meets with Voters in New Hampshire

1-21-16
During a six-day tour in New Hampshire ahead of the presidential primary, Chris Christie met with voters at a diner and a town hall.
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Officials, Environmental Advocates Fight Liberty State Park Development

1-21-16
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Sen. Loretta Weinberg are among the officials fighting a state proposal to develop areas of Liberty State Park in Jersey City.
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Asm. Eustace Talks Christie Pocket Veto of ‘Common Sense’ Gun Bill

1-21-16
Asm. Tim Eustace sponsored a bill that would keep guns out of the hands of convicted carjackers, gangsters and other criminals. However, Gov. Christie pocket vetoed the legislation. Eustace talked to NJTV News about why Christie would pass on the "common sense" legislation.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 21, 2016

1-21-16
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Christie Addresses New Hampshire Legislature

1-20-16
Chris Christie was on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, where he spoke to members of that state's Legislature.