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Pollen Up, Temps Up

The week ahead will feature high pollen levels, slowly increasing temperatures, and two chances for rain showers.

Marisa Eve Girawong

NJ Medic Killed in Nepal

A physician's assistant from North Jersey, who was serving on a medical team for an expedition on Mt. Everest, has died in an avalanche triggered by the Nepal earthquake.

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2nd Worst Tax System

New Jersey has the second worst tax system in the nation, according to a new survey. California ranks number one.

Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian

Parking In Atlantic CIty

During this week's "Ask The Mayor" program, Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian gave listeners an overview of the parking situation in the World's Play Ground.

Atlantic City Race Course

A Look Back at 1946

The now closed Atlantic City Race Track opened back in 1946 and this video showcases what the track looked like in its opening year.

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Poll – NJ Voters Agree on What Constitutes Corruption

Splashed across the headlines these days in New Jersey are the indictment of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) on corruption charges and possible looming indictments in the Bridgegate scandal. With corruption at the forefront once again, a new poll released Monday takes a look at how New Jerseyans view corruption.

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A Thai Malay Muslim drug user breaks up the kratom leaf into a pan to form part of a popular cheap narcotic drink. NJ officials are looking to ban the sale of kraton in NJ. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
A Thai Malay Muslim drug user breaks up the kratom leaf into a pan to form part of a popular cheap narcotic drink. NJ officials are looking to ban the sale of kraton in NJ. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
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Efforts Underway in NJ to Prevent New Drug Craze

It has been around for years and can easily be bought in New Jersey tobacco shops, gas stations and on the internet. Kratom - an organic herb which grows naturally in Southeast Asia - is quickly becoming a "go-to'" drug for young people because of its opioid-like effects.

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Security Increases for NJ Child Welfare Workers Explained to Legislature

Last November, just days after police officers were removed from New Jersey child welfare offices in a cost-cutting move, a caseworker was stabbed in her Camden office by a client. Following that attack, the state Department of Children and Families took immediate and long-term action.

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