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Powerball winning numbers for Saturday, Dec. 5

The jackpot was an estimated $243 million with a cash option of $189.4 million.
       

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Do you need to visit NJ MVC? Agency's new 'cheat sheet' may help you get answers

New Jersey MVC offices keep closing. A new cheat sheet will tell you what to do and if you even have to go at all.
       

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Should NJ hospitals be required to tell public about staff COVID-19 outbreaks?

NJ hospitals are not required to report outbreaks of COVID-19 among staff, unlike nursing homes and schools. Gov Murphy and union urge transparency.
       

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Powerball winning numbers for Wednesday, Nov. 25

The jackpot was an estimated $202 million with a cash option of $157.9 million.
       

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NJ immigrant families face uncertain Thanksgiving as pandemic erases jobs

Their jobs lost to COVID-19, undocumented immigrants in New Jersey face the holiday without the prospect of state or federal relief.
       

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NJ license plates enthusiasts look forward to the prospect of throwback plates

The throwback blue license plates were proposed in a bill introduced earlier in November.
       

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New Jersey Republicans duck for cover as Trump pledges to continue futile fight

Few leading New Jersey Republicans answered USA TODAY Network inquiries about Trump's need to end a futile fight to retain the presidency.
       

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Slow start to Black Friday in North Jersey as few shoppers head to malls

The biggest shopping day of the year looked much smaller this time as smaller crowds than usual were found at North Jersey's malls.
       

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Detained immigrants at Bergen County Jail stage hunger strike, get support from protesters

Nine federal immigration detainees being held at the Bergen County jail in Hackensack have stopped eating meals. Protesters showed support Friday.
       

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Why a program to help struggling small landlords through the COVID pandemic has been a dud

Fewer landlords applied for aid than expected, the state reduced the pot of money, and only a fraction of applicants have been approved.
       

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