AP-NJ--New Jersey News Digest, NJ
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ATLANTIC CITY — Two Atlantic City casinos owned by Caesars Entertainment will start taking sports bets this week, and another two in Mississippi will do so in mid-August. Caesars Entertainment tells The Associated Press its Bally’s casino in Atlantic City will start taking sports bets at 11 a.m. Monday. Its sister casino in Atlantic City, Harrah’s, will start taking sports bets on Wednesday. By Wayne Parry. SENT: 450 words.
AROUND THE STATE:
— — UNIVERSITY SUED-FRAT ASSAULT CLAIMS — A fourth lawsuit has been filed by a former Stockton University student against Stockton University and the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity alleging sexual assault and discrimination.
— FATAL POLICE SHOOTING — Authorities have released the name of a New Jersey man who died after he was shot by a police officer near an eastern Pennsylvania amusement park over the weekend.
— BENEFITS FRAUD CHARGES — More than a year after 26 people, including a rabbi and the former leader of a Jewish religious school, were charged with underreporting their income to receive welfare payments, no indictments have been handed up.
— LINCOLN TUNNEL-BOTTLENECK — Motorists who commute into New York through the Lincoln Tunnel have less than three weeks before the beginning of lane closures on the heavily traveled tunnel approach, to accommodate a more than two-year road and bridge rehabilitation project.
— FATAL CRASH-CHARGES — A New York man faces a vehicular homicide charge after an accident on Interstate 80 early Sunday morning.
— ROOF COLLAPSE — Officials in New Jersey say the roof of a vacant building in Camden has collapsed.
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