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A video of Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice has surfaced in which Rice yells abusive and profane language, and shoves and kicks players.
License plates with an odd number as the last number in their plate can get gas on odd days, while plates with in an even number as the last number can get gas on even numbered days.
Gov. Chris Christie announced $19.5 million increase in treatment funds Tuesday.
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Sentence will be stayed for 10 days, while both the state and defense team plan appeals.
On Thursday, President Obama announced that 10 states, including New Jersey, would be granted waivers for the No Child Left Behind Act, which mandates rigorous standardized testing for public school students.
A new curriculum guide written by volunteer educators and people affected by Sept. 11 aims to teach students about terrorism, bullying, war and hatred in a constructive and sensitive way.
Predictions for the weekend trigger change to Aug. 27.
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