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New Jersey judge to oversee Atlantic City finances in state spat

Apr 19 2016

A New Jersey judge said on Tuesday that he will oversee the finances of cash-strapped Atlantic City to ensure it pays $25 million it owes the local school district for the rest of this school year.

New Jersey judge to oversee Atlantic City finances in state spat

Apr 19 2016

April 19 A New Jersey judge said on Tuesday that he will oversee the finances of cash-strapped Atlantic City to ensure it pays $25 million it owes the local school district for the rest of this school year.

New Jersey's Christie loses bid to freeze Atlantic City spending

Apr 08 2016

ATLANTIC CITY A New Jersey judge on Friday rejected a bid by Governor Chris Christie's administration to freeze spending by cash-strapped Atlantic City, which the governor argued was needed to protect tax revenues for city schools.

New Jersey's Christie loses bid to freeze Atlantic City spending

Apr 08 2016

ATLANTIC CITY A New Jersey judge on Friday rejected a bid by Governor Chris Christie's administration to freeze spending by cash-strapped Atlantic City, which the governor argued was needed to protect tax revenues for city schools.

Investigators probing cause of deadly Amtrak crash

Apr 04 2016

PHILADELPHIA Accident investigators will interview survivors of a construction crew on Tuesday to determine why a backhoe occupied the same track as an Amtrak train that slammed into the heavy equipment, killing two people and sending 35 others to hospital. | Video

Shutdown or not, Atlantic City still out of cash -mayor

Mar 24 2016

ATLANTIC CITY Atlantic City, New Jersey's down-on-its-luck seaside gambling hub, will still be broke even after it shuts down City Hall next month and delays paying police and fire department salaries for three weeks, the city's mayor said on Thursday.

Shutdown or not, Atlantic City still out of cash -mayor

Mar 24 2016

ATLANTIC CITY, March 24 Atlantic City, New Jersey's down-on-its-luck seaside gambling hub, will still be broke even after it shuts down City Hall next month and delays paying police and fire department salaries for three weeks, the city's mayor said on Thursday.

Policeman describes attack by gunman claiming Islamic State link

Mar 10 2016

PHILADELPHIA A Philadelphia police officer ambushed by a man who claimed allegiance to Islamic State took the witness stand on Thursday to describe being shot through the open window of his cruiser in a chilling attack caught on video.

Pennsylvania gun control advocates challenge law on city gun rules

Mar 09 2016

PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania gun control advocates on Wednesday asked the state's top court to knock down a 2014 law allowing gun-rights lobbying groups to sue cities that adopt gun restrictions and recoup legal costs if they prevail.

Pennsylvania gun control advocates challenge law on city gun rules

Mar 09 2016

PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania gun control advocates on Wednesday asked the state's top court to knock down a 2014 law allowing gun-rights lobbying groups to sue cities that adopt gun restrictions and recoup legal costs if they prevail.

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