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Former Olympic Fencer Runs Business, Teaches Kids the Sport

4-6-15
Orange native Robert Cottingham, a member of the 1988 and 1992 U.S. Olympic fencing team, now runs his own business in Newark and teaches young people how to fence.

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.

N.J. sports betting case now in hands of federal appeals court

3-18-15
An appeals court is hearing New Jersey's case to legalize sports betting at its casinos and racetracks.

NJ Devils Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Stanley Cup Win

3-9-15
It's been 20 years since the New Jersey Devils beat the Detroit Red Wings to win the Stanley Cup for the first time. Former team members and fans commemorated the anniversary at the Prudential Center.

Tiki Barber Weighs in on Limiting Contact in High School Football

2-25-15
Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber discussed the new 90-minute limit of full contact time for high school football players.

New Rule Limits Contact for High School Football Players

2-18-15
The NJSIAA is imposing a rule for the 2015 football season that limits contact to 90 minutes a week. It's an effort to reduce the number of players who suffer from concussions.

Eagles Player Visits Fan with Huntington’s Disease

2-18-15
Philadelphia Eagle Jon Dorenbos met with fan Ron West at his rehab center in Lakewood. West has Huntington's disease, an incurable neurological disorder.

Mixed Reviews a Year After NJ Hosted the Super Bowl

1-30-15
A year ago, New Jersey was preparing to host the Super Bowl. Some say the event was good for the state while others aren't so sure.

Atlantic City Race Course to Close Friday

1-12-15
A decline in the horse racing industry and the economic climate contributed to the closure of the Atlantic City Race Course.

Meadowlands Operator: Casinos Are Keeping Horse Racing Alive

1-12-15
Meadowlands Racetrack operator Jeff Gural says the horse racing industry has failed to attract young people and it's staying around because of other options at racing facilities.