Chasing New Jersey, July, 19, 2013 - New York News

Chasing New Jersey, July, 19, 2013

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The Wrap covers the NSA's program exposed by Edward Snowden just got renewed. President Obama speaks publicly about the Trayvon Martin case. Derek Jeter is back on the disabled list after injuring his quad at the only game he played at Yankee Stadium this season. A demolition crew in Fort Worth, Texas accidentally demolished the wrong house. And, a coffee machine in one airport poor's a cup of coffee when it sees you yawn through facial recognition technology.

One chaser looks into the interlock system to help prevent drunk driving. Working Moms look to make their homes safer after a brutal home invasion. A chaser looks into busy streets too dangerous for many seniors to cross. The state has officially taken control of the Fenimore land fill and will begin shutting it down.  

Mark and Mark from Weird New Jersey talk about famous NJ myths and legends. In NJ Search Engine, Sandy can't stop the Seaside Heights Nightlife and a Pix 11 story shows that constant church goers have better and more frequent sex, based on a twenty year old story.

In What The Heck?, a mom takes a hands on approach to his sons love life.

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