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A makeshift memorial is set up for Samuel Jackson, a Vietnam War veteran who was  struck and killed in Norristown on Sunday evening.

When Samuel Jackson, a Vietnam War veteran who was killed in a hit-and-run in Norristown Sunday night, is buried Saturday, he'll be in another veteran's uniform. Read more here. Read more

Frank Nucera

The former top cop in Bordentown will return to federal court in March to be tried a second time on charges that he assaulted a teenager being taken into custody three years ago, in part, because of his race. Read more here. Read more

Nemias Perez Severiano

An unlicensed driver turned himself in to police Wednesday for the hit-and-run in Norristown Sunday night that claimed the life of a Vietnam veteran. Read more here.Read more

An impeachment hearing watch part at Rutgers University-Camden law school.

A New Jersey university is encouraging students to educate themselves on the potential impeachment of President Trump by holding special viewings of the public impeachment hearing. Read more here. Read more

The Saint Joseph's University field hockey team celebrating.

For the third straight year, the Saint Joseph's University field hockey team in headed to the NCAA Tournament. Read more here. Read more

Water

More than a dozen homes in upper Bucks County have been receiving bottled water as drinking water for at least two years, after the state found elevated levels of PFAS in the wells. Now, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has identified the potential polluter. Read more here...Read more

Governor Murphy holds a press conference with advocates, community and faith leaders on impact of marijuana legalization and expungement legislation in Trenton.

Only one state in the nation, North Dakota, has a bank owned and operated by the government. Other states, like California, are considering the concept as a way to provide a lower cost alternative to the private sector, and New Jersey is the latest to join that list. Read more here.Read more

The Philadelphia Republican Party chairwoman Martina White

The Philadelphia Republican Party has elected a popular state representative to be its new chairman, after a leadership shake-up prompted by the loss of one of its few city council seats, last week. She is the first woman to lead a major party in the city.Read more

Nafes Monroe

A Philadelphia father whose infant son was critically wounded in a shooting last month in Hunting Park is accused of using the child as a "human shield." Read more here.Read more

Villanova freshman running back DeeWil Barlee.

It's a short week for the Villanova Wildcats as they get ready to play a non-conference game on Friday night, welcoming Long Island University to the Main Line.Read more

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