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$1 million cash, diamonds, fake IDs lead to man's detention in fatal crash case

Authorities say Torres hit 59-year-old Luisa Valdez with an SUV on Sept. 26.

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Menendez's son, Melgen's wife say men were 'like brothers'

The defense in the Menendez bribery trial began Monday afternoon after the judge ruled against a motion to dismiss the most significant charges.

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Judge rejects Menendez request to toss bribery charges

The decision comes after the prosecution rested in the trial of the Democratic lawmaker.

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Boys Soccer: 16 storylines to watch in county tournaments across N.J.

Everything to watch for as county tournaments take the spotlight over the next two weeks.

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Which 20 girls soccer teams are exceeding expectations in 2017?

Which teams have taken a step forward and turned heads in 2017.

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The NJ.com football Top 20 for Oct. 15: Preseason favorite returns to No. 1

It's a return to No. 1 for one North Jersey non-public team as two new teams entered the mix this week.

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Here are the 8 key points of the prosecution case against Menendez

Federal prosecutors rested their bribery case against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and Salomon Melgen on Wednesday

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N.J. pets in need: Oct. 16, 2017

Rescues make great pets.

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Tossing Menendez charges would 'decriminalize corruption,' prosecutors say

The U.S. senator is on trial in federal court in Newark on charges of bribery and related offenses.

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3 females stabbed in domestic violence incident, police say

A domestic violence incident early Saturday morning left three females with stab wounds, police said.

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