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Cops to crack down on Route 130 drivers

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DELRAN — Slow down. Get off the cellphones. Watch for pedestrians. Drive safely. Or face the penalties.

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N.J. seeks to make Route 130 safer for pedestrians

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DELRAN — Police in southern New Jersey are working together to try to make Route 130 safer for pedestrians.

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Route 130 safety study could give Burlington County leverage to fix road

There has been little public dispute that the 23 miles that stretch through 12 towns in the county and have claimed more than a dozen lives in recent years need improvement.

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Animal Justice

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – She was convicted of animal cruelty after a dog died in her care.

Yet the I-Team went undercover and found her working here in Philadelphia, holding a job you might not believe!

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Stepping toward safety

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Lawmakers introduce bills to improve pedestrian safety

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Burlington County lawmakers aim to make roads safer for pedestrians

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Two legislators from Burlington County want to increase pedestrian safety on troubled roads such as Route 130 with stiffer traffic fines and increased funding for enforcement and safety programs.

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Assembly panel approves bill mandating insurance cover ultrasound breast exams

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TRENTON — Insurance companies would be required to pay the cost of an ultrasound for women with a high-risk of breast cancer under a bipartisan bill the Assembly Appropriations Committee approved today.

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Thumbs-up for May 5

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To something (almost) everyone can agree on.

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County association honors 'best of best' students

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WESTAMPTON — The star students honored at the 25th annual Burlington County Academic Achievement Dinner have conquered the classroom, but they were encouraged to be lifelong learners and go “gung-ho” into the future.

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