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Treasures of New Jersey: State Theatre New Jersey
Learn about the State Theatre New Jersey's storied past and its impact on the community.
BAD NEWS IN THE BACK COUNTRY
As visitors head to the Adirondacks to see the fall foliage, park rangers call for help.
CAN CANNIBAS KILL CANCER IN KIDS?
TV personality and executive producer Ricki Lake delivers an eye opening documentary.
A Squirrel's Guide to Success
Discover the extraordinary abilities of squirrels.
Thai Cave Rescue
Follow the harrowing operation to rescue 12 boys stranded in a flooded cave in Thailand.
AMAZON HQ2 IN NYC
The e-commerce giant is coming to Long Island City and bringing 25,000 jobs with it.
DEMOCRATIC POWER PLAY
For the first time in 50 years Democrats control the power in Albany...
Treasures of the Earth: Metals
What is it about the nature of metals that have made them a pillar of human civilization?
RUTH BADER GINSBURG
After fracturing three ribs in a fall, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is already back to work...
A TALE OF ART & HISTORY
Dr. Bill Baker takes us to his hometown in Greenwich, Connecticut to see art and history.
Freehold students travel the world through foreign languages
A report shows that over 50 percent of NJ K-12 students are enrolled in language classes.
Mother mourns child who died of adenovirus
A mother is left with reminders of her child, who died after contracting the adenovirus.
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