RED BANK — State environmental authorities are working to identify the bacteria that appears to be killing fish in several waterways.

What's been killing all the fish in NJ waterways?

Since November, there have been numerous instances of dead menhaden washing ashore or floating in waterways, including in the Raritan Bay and the Navesink and Shrewsbury rivers.

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DID YOU KNOW: New Jersey has a volcano!

SEE: Painstaking labor to save the North River tunnel

Seven stories below street level in Weehawken, on the edge of the Hudson River, a race against time is being waged, foot by painstaking foot.
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