Statistics show the number of traffic fatalities on New Jersey’s roads fell more than 5 percent in 2012 to 592. However, the Star-Ledger reports the number of pedestrians killed increased. Experts say there are several reasons — including drivers and pedestrians being distracted by electronic devices.
Music NewsSTEVIE NICKS SAYS CHRISTINE McVIE WILL PERFORM WITH FLEETWOOD MAC
LOST “TOMMY” LIVE RECORDINGS WILL BE PART OF REISSUE
JAMES BROWN MOVIE IS IN THE WORKS