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PNS Daily Newscast - October 24, 2017 


On our nationwide rundown; the Pentagon attempts to clear the air on the ambush of U.S. troops; high marks for the nation’s capital city in meeting the needs of immigrant children; and we’ll tell you why experts are encouraging expanded vision screening of kids.

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Archive: October 16, 2007

Concord, NH – A murder/suicide in Dover, a 75-year-old woman shot and killed in Grantham, and an 18-year-old victim of an overdose in Brentwood. The connection: each was among the 14 victims killed by intimate partners -- a spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend -- in New Hampshire since 2005. Their ...Read More

Portland, OR – Oregon gets a passing grade, but just barely, when it comes the well-being of its kids. The advocacy group Children First for Oregon has just released its latest annual "report card" and, while the state's overall grade of "D" has not improved since last year's findings, some pr ...Read More

Richmond, VA – It's showdown week for state health insurance for kids. More than 80,000 Virginia children will soon learn whether or not they'll get to keep their health insurance coverage. The U.S. House is set to vote Thursday an override of President Bush's recent veto of a bipartisan bill ...Read More

Nine million children who live without health insurance have become the focus of church groups throughout California, as more than 200 religious organizations and congregations across the country rally to call attention to the health insurance crisis. A plan that would make healthcare coverage avail ...Read More

Albany, NY — Monday marked another round of heated debate over Governor Spitzer's plan to make it easier for immigrants to obtain their New York driver's licenses. In one room, a state committee heard testimony dominated by opponents, who claim making it easier for undocumented immigrants to d ...Read More

Des Moines, IA – October is "Domestic Violence Awareness Month," and it comes just in time to raise awareness of the fact that, for Iowa victims, there's not enough help to go around. In the last dozen years, 23,000 Iowans have sought assistance from the network of shelters around the state. ...Read More

Milwaukee, WI – With Halloween just around the corner, Wisconsin breast cancer experts are trying to put some "spooky" myths about the disease to rest. October is "Breast Cancer Awareness Month," but there's a lot of misinformation circulating about the disease. In part, it's because of the li ...Read More

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