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Hot dogs on the grill
Hot dogs on the grill (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Recall issued for 7 million pounds of one of NJ’s most popular hot dog brands

The beef and pork hot dogs and sausage products are being recalled because of possible bone fragments.

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People enter the PATH station in Hoboken Terminal
People enter the PATH station in Hoboken Terminal (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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NJ Transit’s ‘Summer from Hell’ —1 week down, 7 to go

Amtrak's COO, NJ Transit and its customers are pleased that so far the summer of hell has turned into the summer of swell.

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Military Plane Crash
Investigators near the scene of a Marine refueling jet crash in Mississippi (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
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Colts Neck grad among Marines killed in Mississippi plane crash, report says

Dan Baldassare of Colts Neck was on board the KC-135 that crashed in a soybean field on Monday 85 miles north of Jackson, Mississippi, according to his family.

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Birmingham Hospital Conducts Kidney Transplant
Birmingham Hospital Conducts Kidney Transplant (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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How an organ transplant can save lives in New Jersey and across the nation

Donating an organ has the potential to save multiple lives and you can provide someone in need with the gift of life. In the final installment of our three-part series we hear from a woman whose outlook on life changed after receiving a transplant.

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Timothy Piazza
Timothy Piazza (Facebook/Tim Piazza)
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NJ frat’s drinking death at Penn State — Do landlords and universities share the blame?

Some want more to be done by fraternities, landlords and universities to prevent alcohol-related tragedies like the Tim Piazza case.

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Birmingham Hospital Conducts Kidney Transplant
Birmingham Hospital Conducts Kidney Transplant (Christopher Furlong, Getty Images)
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How you can help thousands of Americans in need of a kidney or liver

Yesterday we told you the great need for organ donations in New Jersey and across the country. In part-two of our three-part series on its importance we find out why people are hesitant to donate their organs.

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Summer of Delays
(David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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NJ Transit ‘Summer of Hell’ — Some riders on ‘standing-room only’ trains, others fine

NJ Transit spokesman Charles Ingoglia said commuters can help themselves by being prepared before starting their commute

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Holiday service continues on NJ Transit
Workers repair rails inside New York's Penn Station (Chuck Gomez/Amtrak via AP)
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NJ Transit delays, road traffic: Survival guide for ‘summer of hell’

New York Penn Station work will close down three tracks at a time and temporarily change the commuting habits of North Jersey riders.

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Family of former NJ Asst. Attorney General Terry Merced. (Lissa Gesumaria)
Family of former NJ Asst. Attorney General Terry Merced. (Lissa Gesumaria)
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Finding hope, finding organs: How donating organs helps save lives

Once the Assistant Attorney General in New Jersey, Terry Merced is now retired and living in North Carolina but finds himself in need of a kidney. In the first part of our three-part series on the importance of organ donations, Terry shares some of the fear and anxiety from battling the illness and being on a transplant list.

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Jupiterimages, Thinkstock
Jupiterimages, Thinkstock
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Taking a trip you can’t afford? Join the club

While two-thirds of Americans said a week-long vacation would cost more than their monthly housing expenses, more than half have forgotten or failed to include a vacation as part of their annual budget.

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(Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
(Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
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Business leaders cautious about NJ economy, love where U.S. is headed

New Jersey key business leaders are concerned about the state's economy but over-the-moon about the national economy.

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New York Penn Station
New York Penn Station (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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NJ Transit’s ‘Summer of Hell’ starts Monday

Penn Station will shut down 3 tracks at a time as its infrastructure renewal project compresses the bulk of two years of track work into an eight week period.

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