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  2. Newark, New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    The Newark Metro covers metropolitan life from Newark to North Jersey to New York City and is a journalism project at Rutgers Newark. RLS Media covers breaking news from Newark and surrounding municipalities. The City of Newark shares news and events via its official Twitter account.

  3. 2006 United States Senate election in New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    The 2006 United States Senate election in New Jersey was held November 7, 2006. Incumbent Democratic Senator Bob Menendez was elected to represent New Jersey in the United States Senate for a six-year term which ended in January 2013. The seat was previously held by Democrat Jon Corzine, who resigned in January 2006 after being elected Governor ...

  4. WABC-TV - Wikipedia

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    WABC-TV is best known in broadcasting circles for its version of the Eyewitness News format and for its morning show, syndicated nationally by corporate cousin Walt Disney Television . Contents 1 History 1.1 As WJZ-TV (1948–1953) 1.2 As WABC-TV (1953–present) 2 Programming 2.1 Live with Kelly and Ryan 2.2 Sports programming 2.3 News operation

  5. WLNY-TV - Wikipedia

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    WLNY-TV (channel 55) is an independent television station licensed to Riverhead, New York, United States, serving the New York City television market. It is owned by the CBS News and Stations group alongside CBS flagship WCBS-TV (channel 2).

  6. List of school shootings in the United States (2000–present)

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    Newark, New Jersey: 1 2: After breaking up a fight between a group of youths at Weequahic High School, Special Officer Dwayne Reeves was shot and killed and his partner wounded in the hand by two men who pulled up alongside him in a car. Despite being wounded, Officer Reeves' partner was able to return fire and hit one of the suspects in the ...

  7. WKNR - Wikipedia

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    Also established was a 15-station [88] statewide radio network sponsored by Standard Brewing, [89] led by FM adjunct WJW-FM (104.1) which was slated to sign on in April. [90] The network soon offered additional programming outside of game coverage billed as The Standard Network, also with WJW-FM as flagship. [91]

  8. WPXN-TV - Wikipedia

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    WPXN-TV (channel 31) is a television station in New York City, airing programming from the Ion Television network. Owned and operated by the Ion Media subsidiary of the E. W. Scripps Company, the station maintains offices on Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan and transmits from atop One World Trade Center . Contents 1 History

  9. Westinghouse Broadcasting - Wikipedia

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    History Radio origins. The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company entered broadcasting with the November 2, 1920, sign-on of KDKA radio in Pittsburgh. The oldest surviving licensed commercial radio station in the United States, KDKA was an outgrowth of experimental station 8XK, a 75-watt station that was located in the Pittsburgh suburb of Wilkinsburg, and founded in 1916 by ...