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Man Convicted In 2014 Murder Of Medford Woman Gets Life Without Parole

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A New York judge has sentenced a man convicted of murder in the brutal stabbing of a 21-year-old woman to life without parole. 189 more words

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Clinton Kicks Off Historic Campaign In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton launched her historic campaign from Philadelphia Friday beginning a bus tour west from Temple University.

“What better place to kick off this campaign than right here in Philadelphia where it all started 240 years ago?” Clinton asked. 135 more words

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Building The DNC One Union At A Time

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Constructing the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center took thousands of people and months to plan, and several unions from all over the country — which was no easy task. 123 more words

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Danny Shelton Says He's "Way More Confident, Way More Comfortable; I Need To Be A First Round Pick Every Year"

Browns defensive lineman Danny Shelton joined Bull & Fox to talk about the positive changes for this organization and team going into his second training camp, why he decided to lean up and lose 30 pounds this offseason, Hue Jackson’s message to the team and playing under new defensive coordinator Ray Horton and the growth he’s experienced since his rookie season. 6 more words

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Movement Of Latest Transportation Trust Fund Measure In New Jersey

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) – As expected, the New Jersey Senate Budget Committee voted to approve the latest compromise to replenish the state’s transportation trust fund. 323 more words

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New Jersey Gas Tax Legislation Remains In Limbo

TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — New Jersey is no closer to replenishing its transportation trust fund, with Governor Chris Christie saying the latest Democratic proposal is dead on arrival. 115 more words

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Funding Shortage Forces NJ Needle Exchange Program To Turn Away Addicts

PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Addicts are being turned away from a clean needle exchange program in New Jersey because the supply has run dry.

Since 2008, the Well of Hope center in Paterson, New Jersey has handed out 150,000 clean needles a year to addicts. 182 more words

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