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AC Race Course opens for this year's week of races Video included


It's that time of year again - opening day at the Atlantic City Race Course. More>>

NJ rejects offshore wind farm project for 2nd time Video included


A company that wants to build a windmill power project off the coast of Atlantic City is heading to court. More>>

Cumberland Co. forest fire continues to burn Video included


Sizzling, blackened brush stretched for miles in Downe Township, after a forest fire ignited Wednesday afternoon, and still, continues to burn. More>>

Police K-9 teams train with Coast Guard helicopters Video included


As helicopters departed Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City Thursday afternoon, they did so with special four–legged passengers from the John "Sonny" Burke K-9 Academy."Today we're just acclimating the dogs in case we have a missing person or are tracking a suspect or something like that,” said Joe Rodriguez, Supervisor at the John “Sonny” Burke K-9 Academy. “We just want to make sure the dogs are comfortable getting out of the helicopter and going for a ride."

Forest fire breaks out in Ocean County Video included


A forest fire in Ocean County is forcing officials to close a school early. More>>

Christie says he would have stopped lane closings


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would have stopped aides from blocking George Washington Bridge traffic if he had known about the plan in advance.  More>>

Heroin antidote save 6 in Ocean County


Six lives have been saved by police in Ocean County since they began using a heroin overdose antidote this month. More>>

NJ Forest Fire Service has banned all outdoor fires or open burning Thursday Video included


The NJ Forest Fire Service has imposed the following restrictions due to the current red flag warning and high risk of rapid fire spread. More>>

Crews battling major woodlands fire in South Jersey Video included


Crews from the state Forest Fire Service are battling a blaze that has already consumed about 225 acres of woodlands in the Bevans Wildlife Management Area in southern New Jersey.  More>>

Another winning ticket purchased from Buena truck stop Video included


One truck stop in South Jersey seems to be the luckiest place in all of New Jersey.  More>>

Family Success Center opens in Galloway Twp. Video included


A new facility dedicated to helping families opened it's doors to the public Wednesday morning. More>>

Historic mural gets new life in new home Video included


A historic mural hanging in Smithville that hasn't been seen by the public in decades is getting a new home. More>>

Authorities continue investigation following fatal Middle Township accident


Authorities are continuing their investigation after one person was killed in a car accident in Middle Township. More>>

Hundreds line up looking for work at Chelsea Hotel Video included


More than 300 people lined up outside of the Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City Wednesday in hopes of finding work for this summer. More>>

Former deputy mayor of Hamilton Twp. loses second appeal for DUI conviction


The former deputy mayor of Hamilton Township has lost his second appeal of his driving under the influence conviction.      More>>

Officials issue red flag warning for forest fires Video included


State officials are saying that conditions are prime for a forest fire. More>>

AC Mayor Don Guardian plays monopoly with an elephant Video included


It's not something you see everyday in Atlantic City, the mayor playing a board game with an elephant! More>>

EHC school recognized as winners of "Eat Right, Move More" program Video included


For students at the Egg Harbor City Community School, eating right and moving more never felt so good, as kicker Nick Folk and punter Ryan Quigley of the New York Jets, along with Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher presented the school with a $2000 grant."So this is just another component for us to introduce healthy eating styles and making better choices and encouraging kids to really think about what they're eating and how they should be moving more," said Secretary Fisher.Officials sa... More>>

Bridgeton man charged with child luring


On Monday, April 21st, Hamilton Twp. Police responded to a report of attempted child luring.  More>>

Poll: New Jersey not back to normal post-Sandy


A new poll finds that two-thirds of New Jersey residents believe the state is not back to normal 18 months after Hurricane Sandy.  More>>

Port Authority to report on $1 NJ Transit lease


The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is holding its monthly board meeting, two days after it heard from a panel on what it needs to do to improve its accountability and efficiency and restore public trust. More>>

Contest gives lucky winner free concert tickets Video included


At Boardwalk Hall, fans have a chance to win two tickets to every event held there for one calendar year. More>>

Suspect at large for theft at casino Video included


Atlantic City police are looking for a suspect involved in a theft at the Revel Casino. More>>

Car hits pole in Somers Point causing power outages Video included


And officials were called to an accident in Somers Point for a car that hit an electric pole. More>>

Fatal motor vehicle accident Video included


An car accident in Middle Township police has claimed a life.

Teachers rally in Egg Harbor Township Video included


Over 300 teachers from the Egg Harbor Township School District rallied Tuesday night outside of the Alder Avenue Middle School.Teachers in the district have been without a contract since July. "Morale starts to suffer. The staff begins to have uncertainties about their future," said Kathy Waszen, president of the Egg Harbor Township Teachers Association. "We are feeling the pressure of not having a contract and the uncertainty of it. That's why we're here," said Obed Perez, a teacher in the ... More>>

Stockton College links math and origami Video included


A class at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is linking mathematics and origami. More>>

Earth Day rally opposes Pinelands pipeline Video included


"I think that's why we're here, this is probably the most important spot in New Jersey for Earth Day," said Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club.That spot lies in the shadow of the BL England plant in Upper Township, a spot where environmental leaders rallied this Earth Day amidst what they say is political pressure to change the Pineland Commission's ruling to not build a natural gas pipeline to the plant."So you have air pollution, you have water pollution then on top of top ... More>>

Hamilton Mall stabbing suspect turns himself in Video included


Three days after a brutal stabbing inside the Hamilton Mall, the man who authorities have charged with the assault, 27-year-old Haniff Cooper, is now in custody after turning himself in. More>>

Car fire shuts down Ocean Heights Ave. Video included


A car fire shut down Ocean Heights Avenue Tuesday morning in Somers Point.  More>>

Car crashes into Pleasantville laundromat Video included


And a surprise for those inside a pleasantville laundromat this afternoon, when a van comes crashing through the building.  More>>

Gov. Christie to resume fundraising for re-election campaign


Governor Christie's re-election campaign owes more in legal fees than it has left in its campaign coffers, meaning it will need to resume fundraising to pay its lawyers.  More>>

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