The battle of fighting crime in New Jersey’s capital. Plus, more dead dolphins down the shore. The landfill that’s forcing people indoors. And a big name may be heading back to Atlantic City.
With an increased number of homicides and violence in Trenton, some officials have suggested investigating a county police system like Camden.
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Stephanie Cherry-Farmer, Programs Director of Preservation New Jersey, discusses the organization's list of the ten most endangered places.
The buyback, happening at two Trenton locations, offers money for guns turned in. The attorney general's office and Mercer County prosecutor's office provides funds for the program.
Lawmakers are discussing ways to get guns off the street, but some say getting laws passed can be difficult.
Poverty rising in the Garden State.
The Census Bureau said last week nearly a million New Jerseyans -- 11.4 percent -- of state residents lived below the poverty level last year.
The hunts are meant to control the large deer population in the state, but some say they are unnecessary.