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  1. JEFF EDELSTEIN: Drunk driving laws in NJ should be stronger, not weaker

    08.20 / 09:21 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    It's time New Jersey updated its drunk driving laws.If you get caught drunk driving - and I mean really drunk driving - you should lose your license. For 10 years. I'd even go for some mandatory jail time while we're at it. Enough of this three-month nonsense. Let's really do something that's going to…
  2. West End Trenton team receives $15K grant at Little League World Series

    08.19 / 22:12 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA >> Players from Trenton's own West End Little League received the opportunity of a lifetime this weekend. The team was invited Saturday to the Little League World Series where they were presented with a $15,000 grant from DICK'S Sporting Goods on the field prior to the nationally televised 3…
  3. L.A. Parker: Solving U.S. race issues requires white leadership

    08.19 / 20:10 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    Fifty-two years have passed since destiny caught up with Jonathan Daniels, a 26-year-old white Episcopal seminary student from Massachusetts.Destiny and fate frequently travel parallel with death and such an unexpected demise awaited Daniels as he, Richard Morrisroe, a Catholic priest, and two young black women were ambushed while attempting to buy soda pop in a…
  4. Mysterious odor causes Trenton apartment residents to cough and cry, leads to evacuation

    08.19 / 17:13 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    TRENTON >> One of the first residents at a city apartment building to smell the potent odor had a bad reaction. "It hit me in the back of my throat," the 660 Centre Street apartment resident said Saturday morning. "I started coughing, crying and sneezing and stuff. I couldn't get it out."Several other residents had the same reaction to the nauseating gas at the apartment building and first responders were called to the scene at approximately 10…
  5. Woman shot in the neck and fatal car crash: August 19, 2017 Trentonian Police Blotter

    08.19 / 17:13 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    The information below was provided by police unless otherwise noted. TrentonShooting: A 37-year-old woman was shot in the neck early Saturday morning, but her injuries are considered non-life-threatening. The woman told police she had just left her East State Street home and was walking to her car when she heard several gunshots and then realized she was struck by a…
  6. 'I killed my girlfriend,' Hamilton gunman says in 9-1-1 call

    08.18 / 23:22 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    HAMILTON >> Daniel Torres Jr. shot his girlfriend multiple times inside their Hamilton apartment and then called 9-1-1 reporting he had killed her, according to court documents.Police responded to the home about 6:30 a.m. Sunday and upon arrival heard a gunshot coming from the second-floor apartment followed by a man yelling that the shot was an accidental…
  7. Man charged with murder for fatal Pemberton Township stabbing

    08.18 / 23:22 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    MOUNT HOLLY >> Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Pemberton Township Police Chief David H. Jantas announced that a Wrightstown man was charged with murder Friday for fatally stabbing a woman behind a vacant store last month in Browns Mills.Frank Walker III, 41, of the 200 block of Cookstown-New Egypt Road, was taken into custody Friday afternoon at the Prosecutor's Office in Mount…
  8. U.S. Rep. Watson Coleman leads charge to censure Trump over Charlottesville comments

    08.18 / 23:22 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    WASHINGTON >> U.S. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman is trying to accomplish something that last occurred 169 years ago. The state's first African-American woman elected to Congress introduced a resolution Friday that will censure President Donald Trump for his controversial Charlottesville…
  9. Drugged-up truck driver charged with vehicular homicide: Aug. 18, 2017 Police Blotter

    08.18 / 21:11 www.trentonian.com Trentonian.com-NJ
    The following items are based on information from police, unless otherwise noted:SOLEBURY, Pa.Drugged-Up Vehicular Homicide: Sean J. Karner, 37, of Solebury, Pa., was charged with homicide by vehicle while under the influence of drugs and related offenses in connection with a June 16 two-car crash that killed a married township…