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Lots of yelling, but no arrests as N.J. bear hunt resumes (VIDEO)

Four hunters arriving with bears were met by protesters Monday in Fredon

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N.J. pets in need: Dec. 4, 2017

Animals throughout the Garden State wait for someone to take them home.

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N.J. bear hunt underway, for perhaps the last time in a while

Gov.-elect Phil Murphy has said he will halt the bear hunt next year

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N.J. marathon runner qualifies for U.S. Olympic Trials

Roberta Groner, 39, was the 2nd place female finisher Sunday at the USATF Marathon Championships in California

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The $1.7B PATH extension to Newark airport: A timeline

The 2-mile extension, projected to cost $1.7 billion, has tripled in cost since 2004. It is now scheduled for completion in 2026

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Bear hunt starts Monday: Here's what you need to know

Gov.-elect Phil Murphy has pledged to halt the controversial hunt starting in 2018

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Camp counselor had sex with 14-year-old camper: authorities

More than six dozen people, including three from Hudson County and eight from Bergen County have been charged with child pornography offenses, state Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino announced today.

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Football final LIVE VIDEO: No. 1 Bergen Catholic vs. No. 2 St. Peter's, 8 p.m.

Live video of the game and complete replay when it's over

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Here's what to know about overnight lane closures at these Hudson River crossings

A series of overnight lane closures are planned for the coming days.

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Theses are the most-viewed homes for sale in N.J., according to Trulia (PHOTOS)

Homes range from multi-million-dollar mansions to modest homes in the $200,000s.

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