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Victims outraged that prosecutors won't press charges against rogue narcotics squad.
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A 2-year-old boy who was initially believed to have been kidnapped during a carjacking in Fern Rock late Thursday was found safe and sound in his Mantua...
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Could a drop of Pope John Paul II's blood cure what ails St. Joseph's parish in Camden? The Rev. Pavel Kryszkiewicz hopes so.
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CAMDEN A teenage boy was shot and killed Thursday afternoon in the city's Fairview neighborhood. The shooting occurred around 2 p.m. near North Congress and Yorkship Roads. Authorities were still trying to determine the boy's exact age but said he was 15 or 16.
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A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation consultant has been charged with perjury for allegedly lying to a grand jury impaneled to investigate potential corruption within the agency’s Southeastern Pennsylvania district.
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A bank teller who allegedly orchestrated the armed robbery of the branch where she worked was charged today on multiple bank robbery counts along with...
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The legal problems just keep mounting for reputed mob associate Ronald Galati Sr. Already under arrest in a murder-for-hire plot in Philadelphia, and under scrutiny from a Pennsylvania grand jury probing insurance fraud, the 63-year-old auto mechanic now faces federal charges alleging that he offered to pay three men to kill the boyfriend of his daughter Tiffany, 33.
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Gov. Christie doesn’t have a spot on this year’s TIME Magazine list, released Thursday, of The 100 Most Influential People. But the New Jersey governor still made it into the feature – with praise for a potential rival in a 2016 Republican presidential primary.
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A Burlington County radiologist was ordered to forfeit $2 million and sentenced today to nearly four years in prison in a scheme that bribed doctors...
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After years of investigation, federal and local prosecutors have decided not to file criminal charges against four Philadelphia narcotics officers accused of lying about evidence on search warrants and stealing from corner stores during raids, Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey told The Inquirer on Thursday.
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Tom Wolf, Democratic candidate for governor, plagiarizes a piece of his policy plan; rival Allyson Schwartz points it out.
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SEPTA's board of directors Thursday approved an advertising contract that will pay the transit authority at least $150 million over seven years.
BERKELEY TWP., N.J. - A combination of low humidity and high winds whipped up a pair of forest fires and prompted evacuations Thursday in Ocean County.
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A South Jersey teacher has filed a federal Civil Rights suit claiming that a job offer to teach in Penns Grove was rescinded because he is white. Brian...
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A fatal shooting occurred in Chester at around 11 a.m. Thursday at 12th Street and Melrose Avenue near the Widener University campus.
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BRICK, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday he would have stopped aides from blocking lanes to the George Washington Bridge last fall if he had known about the plan in advance, saying outright what he has implied in previous denials about the traffic jam scandal that's engulfed his administration.
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In a rare bistate effort, Pennsylvania and New Jersey officials Thursday proposed an overhaul of the Delaware River Port Authority to ban economic-development spending and increase public accountability.
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