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Newark said it was fixing the lead in its water. Now there's a problem with the treatment.

The news comes as the city fights a federal lawsuit by an international water group. Newark will distribute free water filters to residents most at-risk of lead contamination after a study found part of the city's water treatment program "no longer effective." The news comes as the city fights...

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Eagles vs. Giants inactives: Lane Johnson to play despite ankle injury

The Eagles will be without a handful of players on Thursday night against the Giants at MetLife Stadium. Watch video EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Eagles will have starting right tackle Lane Johnson in the lineup against the Giants on Thursday. Despite being a late addition to the injury report...

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The new iTunes scam that's trying to steal money from N.J. residents

The email scam asks people to buy the gift cards and then send the redemption code back to the sender. A new email scam in which cyber criminals attempt to get people to purchase iTunes gift cards and then give out the redemption code is being reported throughout New Jersey. The scammers pose...

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Meet N.J.'s newest addition to the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list

Investigators hope heightening the profile of the accused killer will lead to his capture Lamont Stephenson has been on the run for almost four years as a prime suspect in the October 2014 killing of his fiancee and her dog in Newark. Now, the FBI is raising the stakes in the search for the...

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- A new addition, and very important player, popped up on the Jets' injury report Thursday. Leonard Williams did not practice because of a back issue.

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Sea Hear Now will be back in Asbury Park next year, and we're already pumped

The iconic beach festival had an epic debut in September, and it's coming back to the shore again next year. Asbury Park's first Sea Hear Now festival was so successful, next year's dates for the beachside music, art and surf event have already been announced.  The two-day beach festival...

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10,000 N.J. voters got mail-in ballots with errors in them

The Middlesex County Clerk's office says it's been strapped by the state's new vote-by-mail policy. About 10,000 of the vote-by-mail ballots that the Middlesex County Clerk's office sent out last weekend contained errors in the recipients' addresses, authorities said. County Clerk...

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The appearance of the conservative author and commentator brought protesters to Pitman Wednesday evening.

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Woman, 88, pulled from car submerged in N.J. marsh dies in hospital

The driver of the other car has been issued summons with more charges possible An 88-year-old woman pulled from a vehicle after it became submerged in an Atlantic City marsh last week died at an area hospital on Wednesday, authorities said.  Police officers rescued Ung Hoa Mui, of Atlantic City,...

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N.J. police officer arrested after brutal K-9 attack that cost city $3M

A lawsuit against Atlantic City alleges the officer was accused of excessive force 23 times over seven years. An Atlantic City police officer has been arrested for his role in a June 2013 arrest that left a Linwood man with 200 stitches after a brutal attack by the officer's K-9. Sterling Wheaten,...

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Sam Darnold working to improve his timing out of the huddle

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Sam Darnold has shown he can get rid of the ball quickly. The next thing the Jets rookie quarterback must master: Getting in and out of the huddle swiftly.

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N.J. school put on lockdown after 'suspicious person' appears outside

Police were called to investigate the incident and the person never gained access to the school A South Jersey middle school was placed on lockdown Thursday morning when someone described as a "suspicious person" appeared at an exterior door.  In an alert sent to parents, Pitman Middle School...

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N.J. man dies after he's hit by 2 cars while darting across street

Thomas Murphy, 52, of Hamilton, died after he was hit by cars on South Broad Street, police said. A 52-year-old Mercer County man died Thursday after he was hit by two cars while attempting to dart across a street in Hamilton, authorities said. Thomas Murphy, of Hamilton, was hit about 6:40 a.m. by...

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Rutgers offers RB Sam Adams II, son of NFL great

Wednesday, the Rutgers staff extended an offer to a player with a strong pedigree despite playing a different position than his All-Pro dad. Wednesday, Rutgers turned its attention to Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wa.) football in offering Sam Adams, a 6-2, 200-pound three-star junior running...

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Eagles-Giants weather forecast: Will rain from Hurricane Michael impact Thursday Night Football?

The Philadelphia Eagles (2-3), led by quarterback Carson Wentz, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox meet the New York Giants (1-4), led by quarterback Eli Manning, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and rookie running back Saquon Barkley, in a Week 6 NFL football game on...

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N.J. should allow trans people to get a driver's license that reflects their gender identity | Opinion

For National Coming Out Day, Garden State Equality is calling for New Jersey to offer drivers licenses to trans people to reflect their gender identity and/or expression. By Aaron. Potenza As we celebrate National Coming Out Day, we look back at the successes the LGBT community has had so far in New...

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Look at the top sophomores in the state and cast your vote for the best of the best.

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Aetna hit with fine for privacy breach of N.J. patients with AIDS, heart condition

Aetna also paid a $17 million settlement to end a class-action lawsuit filed by the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania on behalf of patients with HIV and AIDS. Aetna, Inc. has agreed to pay a $365,000 fine for violating the privacy rights of hundreds of policyholders in New Jersey last...

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Rapper Fabolous indicted on domestic violence, threat charges in N.J.

The rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, was charged in connection with two alleged incidents in Englewood in March A grand jury in Hackensack has indicted rapper Fabolous on counts of domestic violence and making terroristic threats. The rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, was charged in...

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N.J. weather: Flash floods, up to 4 inches of rain in forecast from Michael remnants

The National Hurricane Center has downgraded Hurricane Michael to a tropical storm and the latest forecast calls for heavy rain and flash floods as it moves into the region

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