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Don’t get poisoned! How to run a generator safely if you lose power
Five people died in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy due to carbon monoxide poisoning. Another 400 were treated for exposure in the two weeks after.
No more bear hunts after 2020, Murphy announces
Since bear hunting returned in to New Jersey 2003, more than 4,500 bears have been killed.
Officer dies hours after jumping into river to save accused burglar, police say
Both he and the woman were treated at a nearby hospital, but he died at home hours later.
Movie theaters to open up in New Jersey Friday
Murphy made the announcement the same day he said he'd open up indoor dining.
NJ Indoor dining will resume Friday, Murphy announces
It's been barred since March.
Every region in NJ is safe for schools to reopen, Murphy says
Murphy said Monday 736 plans have been submitted to the state Department of Education — and 402 have been kicked back to districts for further revisions.
Isaias traffic, power, closings: Emergency info in this intense storm
The storm could create multiple feet of rain, intense flooding and dangerous winds.
No more ‘Braves?’ Another NJ school may change its teams’ name
Absegami High School, in Atlantic County's Galloway Township, could cease calling its teams "The Braves."
NJ’s list grows: Visitors from 22 states now have to quarantine for 14 days
Delaware has been taken off the list.
No indoor dining July 2 — Murphy says it’s too dangerous
News comes as other states grapple with rising case numbers.