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Construction reportedly resumes at Meadowlands megamall

The mall is expected to open in 2019.

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Places where kids thrive in N.J.: See how all 21 counties rank

Kids Count used 12 measures of child well-being to asses how well children were doing.

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Which counties preserved the most farmland last year? A ranking of all 21

The program to save the state's farmland from development continues to make progress.

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11 times United Airlines continued to make news in ways it probably regrets

After apologizing for dragging a passenger from a plane, United has continued to have several mishaps

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Unlicensed N.J. driver was drunk in crash that badly hurt 4 others, cops say

The 27-year-old crossed the double yellow line and hit another car, according to authorities

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Bridgegate star witness finally faces his own day of reckoning

Two years after pleading guilty to helping orchestrate the politically motivated shutdown of traffic lanes at the George Washington Bridge, David Wildstein faces a federal judge this week to find out if he will go to prison.

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N.J. pets in need: July 10, 2017

Helping to find homes for some of the state's pet population.

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How a $40 parking ticket grew into $1.4M payday for ex-cop

An ex-cop from Hamburg sued the police department in this tiny borough and won. Big.

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Sydney, the miracle dog that survived highway toss, needs your help

Rescuers are saying it's a miracle that a 5-pound dog survived being thrown from a vehicle on the Bronx River Parkway.

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A closer look at violent crime in each of N.J.'s 20 largest cities

Violent crime was down slightly last year in New Jersey, but here's what residents, workers and visitors to each of the state's 20 largest cities experienced in 2016.

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