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Vineland man charged in birthday party shooting

One man was wounded in the March 13 incident in Franklin Township.

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N.J. casts its electoral votes for Hillary Clinton as Donald Trump secures win

President of N.J. electoral college said she wanted intelligence briefing on "foreign intrusion" of election.

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Obama grants clemency to 2 from N.J.

President Barack Obama is reducing sentences for nonviolent offenders.

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Assembly Democrat: Controversial Christie bills in trouble

State Assemblyman John Wisniewski, who opposes the bill, said he and his colleagues don't see the need to rush this bill through on the last voting session of the year.

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Accused killer due in court on another murder charge

The 20-year-old Khalil Wheeler-Weaver's lawyer said he will plead not guilty to the most recent charges of murder and disturbing human remains

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N.J. man indicted in Livingston woman's strangling death

Authorities have declined to identify how Dwayne Birchler and his alleged victim, Lindsay A. Ulyate, knew each other.

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Truck fire snarling traffic on Route 31 at I-95 in Mercer County

The fire, reported at about 4:30 p.m. on the southbound lanes of Route 31, apparently involves a truck carrying cars.

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N.J. father, daughter found guilty of assaulting cops

A Hillsborough Township father and daughter were found guilty of aggravated assault on police on Dec. 19, 2016, following a jury trial in Somerset County Superior Court.

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Senate unanimously reappoints Cumberland County prosecutor

Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae was re-appointed by the Senate.

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N.J. State Police investigating Commercial Twp. death

Police were called to Commercial Township Monday morning.

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