AP-NJ--New Jersey News Coverage Advisory, NJ
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ELECTION 2020-WHY WAIT?
WASHINGTON — Two years out from a presidential election isn’t stopping some Democrats from making their White House ambitions known. Just days after midterm elections, Democrats are openly discussing a run against President Donald Trump. Among those considering campaigns are U.S. senators, including New Jersey’s Cory Booker, Ohio’s Sherrod Brown, New York’s Kirsten Gillibrand and California’s Kamala Harris. By Thomas Beaumont, Juana Summers and Julie Pace. AP photos.
— POLICE SHOOTING-MANTOLOKING — Authorities say a police officer and a police dog were injured during a police-involved shooting in southern New Jersey.
— DEER LANDS IN SUV — Police are praising a woman for avoiding tragedy after a deer crashed through her windshield and landed in the back passenger seat of her SUV.
— TRAIN-FATAL ACCIDENT — New Jersey Transit says a person was struck and killed by a train in northern New Jersey.
— AMUSEMANT PARK RIDE MALFUNCTION — An amusement ride at New Jersey’s Six Flags Great Adventure broke unexpectedly over the weekend, leaving passengers suspended 100 feet in the air on a cold night.
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