Chasing New Jersey, July 16, 2013 - New York News

Chasing New Jersey, July 16, 2013

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On this episode of Chasing New Jersey, one chaser finds out what's really going on at certain scenic overlooks. Meet one man who is helping troubled young men turn their lives around. One chaser looks into land use in ocean front towns after Sandy. Jersey City schools struggle with teacher's attendance. A-Rod continues his rehab. And a loving wife donates to keep her husband alive.

Then, Bill and Ronica sit down with Senator Joe Kyrillos from the 13th legislative district about the furlough of 5,300 workers at the Lakehurst Naval Air Station. In the Garden State Stew, a look into how CBS uses their mobile weather lab, an NBC correspondent's video goes viral, and Twinkies make a comeback.

Next, in WTH? some people in Japan are having plastic surgery on their hands to change their fortune.

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