CHICAGO, IL—The company hired by the City of New Brunswick to install and operate two red light cameras is again under scrutiny, as a federal grand jury indicted its former CEO Karen Finley in an ongoing bribery investigation.

The indictment stems from Redflex allegedly bribing a Chicago city official in order to gain lucrative contracts installing, operating, and maintaining what became the nation's largest red light camera system.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Hundreds of protestors, demanding an end to sexual violence and harassment, marched through the streets of downtown New Brunswick in an annual tradition.

Take Back the Night protests first sprang up on college campuses in the 1970's, based on the idea that women should be able to go out at night without the fear of violence or harassment. 

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On December 13, 2011, a person was injured in a rear-end car accident at the intersection of Easton Avenue and Park Boulevard during a busy rush hour.

Just 21 minutes later, another rear-end accident occurred.  According to police reports, the roads were clear and dry that evening, but one thing was special about this intersection.

A year earlier, city officials turned on two red light cameras designed to catch motorists running the traffic light located between St. Peter's University Hospital and Buccluech Park.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—New Brunswick's only red light camera, at the corner of Easton Avenue and Park Boulevard, has been operated by an embattled Australian company recently accused of widespread bribery.

The most shocking revelations about RedFlex Systems, came to light last week when a former salesman at the company filed a defamation lawsuit claiming, "RedFlex Board members admitted to engaging in and providing governmental officials with lavish gifts and bribes."

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Sunday, the New Brunswick Zimmerli Art Museum unveiled a brand new art exhibit in memory of Tyler Clementi.

The Clementi family was in attendance for the ceremony which featured a variety of speakers including James Clementi, Tyler’s older brother.

The new exhibit is centered on an original piece by Dale Chihuly, who specializes in blown glass.

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