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4 accused of 'real-life Grand Theft Auto scheme' in indictment

The four are accused of stealing at least 14 high-end vehicles, authorities said.

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This guy stripped naked, used sex toy on side of interstate, cops say

Stephen Kurkowiak, 39, of Amsterdam New York, was wearing only a baseball hat as he walked on Route 287, police say.

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WATCH: Bizarre glowing white cloud amasses over GW Bridge

What was that white glowing ball that passed across the GWB span?

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Disabled vehicles, fuel spill on GW Bridge create traffic mess

Fuel spill, disabled vehicles create morning mess

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Accused killer used victim's credit card to buy meat cleavers, prosecutor says

Body parts from Jenny Londono, 31, were reportedly found last month in New York waterways.

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5 face Hurricane Sandy relief fraud charges as tally of cases nears 100

A total of 96 people are now accused of scamming disaster relief programs since March 2014

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Short on teammates, pleas denied, football players may be unable to save senior season

The seniors at West Windsor-Plainsboro North are doing everything possible to salvage their last shot at high school football. But will it be enough?

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N.J. pets in need: July 31, 2017

Consider adopting from a shelter or rescue for your next pet.

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Robots are coming to steal these 20 big N.J. jobs

If these two Oxford researchers are fortune tellers, more than a million New Jersey jobs may soon go the way of the lamp-lighters and town criers.

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'Partners in hate' get 35 years in Jewish temple bombings

This is the first case in which the state's post-9/11 terrorism statute was used.

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