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TOP STORIES:

DEADLY CHASE-MILITARY POLICE OFFICER

MOUNT HOLLY — A former Air Force police officer has been sentenced to a decade in prison in a deadly crash during a high-speed chase of a car carrying her estranged husband and another woman.

EXCHANGE:

EXCHANGE-GLUTEN-FREE BAKER

STIRLING — Going gluten-free began as a trend many assumed would pass. But avoiding gluten has become par for the course for some Americans, not to mention necessary for people with severe gluten intolerance. Though years have passed since gluten-free was a buzzword, the world of gluten-free baking is still characterized by gummy brownies and tasteless cakes. Enter Chef Nick Nikolopoulos, owner of the Stirling bakery Gluten Free Gloriously, who says he is creating gluten-free baked goods that taste like the real thing. By Rebecca King, Noorth Jersey Record. SENT: About 640 words.

AROUND THE STATE:

GAS PRICES — Analysts say record demand heading into the Labor Day weekend sent gas prices up in New Jersey, but prices are expected to drop with the summer driving season over.

TRAIN SERVICE SUSPENDED — Train service into and out of New York's Penn Station is operating with delays after two trains became disabled overnight and stranded hundreds of passengers.

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