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What Kind Of Animal Is This?

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On her way to work on Friday morning, Chasing New Jersey's Ronica Cleary came across an animal on the road.  Is it a dog? A wolf? How about a coyote? Help us identify this animal and be sure to join the chase weekdays at 10:00pm on Channel 9!

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  • High Cancer Rates Among 9/11 First Responders & Workers

    High Cancer Rates Among 9/11 First Responders & Workers

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:11 AM EDT2014-08-01 15:11:33 GMT
    The cancer rate among 9/11 first responders and workers has doubled. 2,500 police officers, firefighters and other workers in the area who were exposed to toxins from the collapse of the World Trade Center have been diagnosed with the deadly disease. This information was released by Mount Sinai Hospital's World Trade Center Health Program, which tracks the health of 37,000 first responders.
    The cancer rate among 9/11 first responders and workers has doubled. 2,500 police officers, firefighters and other workers in the area who were exposed to toxins from the collapse of the World Trade Center have been diagnosed with the deadly disease. This information was released by Mount Sinai Hospital's World Trade Center Health Program, which tracks the health of 37,000 first responders.
  • Bayonne Bridge Construction Battle

    Bayonne Bridge Construction Battle

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:58 AM EDT2014-08-01 14:58:29 GMT
    Living under the Bayonne Bridge hasn't exactly been picture perfect in recent years. Lately, there have been unexpected damages to local resident’s homes due to the ongoing bridge construction. There has been noise, windows vibrating, sewage ruptures, and flooding in basements that have, up until now, been bone dry. Local resident, Kim Hennings explains her home’s damages. "Our home has been flooded, the basement on three separate occasions to varying degrees. 
    Living under the Bayonne Bridge hasn't exactly been picture perfect in recent years. Lately, there have been unexpected damages to local resident’s homes due to the ongoing bridge construction. There has been noise, windows vibrating, sewage ruptures, and flooding in basements that have, up until now, been bone dry. Local resident, Kim Hennings explains her home’s damages. "Our home has been flooded, the basement on three separate occasions to varying degrees. 
  • Governor Christie Calls Legislative Session On Bail Reform

    Governor Christie Calls Legislative Session On Bail Reform

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:53 AM EDT2014-08-01 14:53:48 GMT
    Governor Chris Christie recently called for a special legislative session in that State House in Trenton regarding bail reform.Christie made remarks prior to this session, where he noted that the current system is in a crisis. Therefore, the need for bail reform is now! The Senates voted 30-0 to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot. 
    Governor Chris Christie recently called for a special legislative session in that State House in Trenton regarding bail reform.Christie made remarks prior to this session, where he noted that the current system is in a crisis. Therefore, the need for bail reform is now! The Senates voted 30-0 to put a constitutional amendment on the ballot. 
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  • Manhattan fire

    Manhattan fire

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:35 AM EDT2014-08-01 15:35:42 GMT
    A large fire was burning in Manhattan on Friday morning.The FDNY was called to 251 E. 35th St. around 11 a.m. It quickly went to two alarms.The building houses a Chinese Restaurant on the first floor and residential units on the upper floors.Thick black smoke was seen over the scene.This is a developing story and will be updated.
    A large fire was burning in Manhattan on Friday morning.The FDNY was called to 251 E. 35th St. around 11 a.m. It quickly went to two alarms.The building houses a Chinese Restaurant on the first floor and residential units on the upper floors.Thick black smoke was seen over the scene.This is a developing story and will be updated.
  • Expert: 'Mini tornado' caused skydiver death

    Expert: 'Mini tornado' caused skydiver death

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:23 AM EDT2014-08-01 14:23:52 GMT
    A safety expert for a national skydiving association says a "mini tornado" caused the accident that killed a correction officer and injured his instructor during a tandem jump.
    A safety expert for a national skydiving association says a "mini tornado" caused the accident that killed a correction officer and injured his instructor during a tandem jump.
  • 8 things to do in August

    8 things to do in August

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:16 AM EDT2014-08-01 14:16:28 GMT

    July came and went in the blink of an eye, or squint since the sun was so bright. As you dwell on the memories of 4th of July, weekends at the beach, nights at the ballpark and a good amount of warm weather, August is going to be another month to make more memories. Restaurant Week is still going on as well as SummerStage, but there is so much more happening in August. Here's a list of 8 things you can do in  New York throughout the month of August.

    July came and went in the blink of an eye, or squint since the sun was so bright. As you dwell on the memories of 4th of July, weekends at the beach, nights at the ballpark and a good amount of warm weather, August is going to be another month to make more memories. Restaurant Week is still going on as well as SummerStage, but there is so much more happening in August. Here's a list of 8 things you can do in  New York throughout the month of August.

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