PNS Daily Newscast - March 23, 2018 

McMaster out and Bolton in. Also on the Friday rundown: Students across the nation prepare for the March For Our Lives; some good news on the labor front; and folks in Montana take clean power into their own hands.

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Archive: February 4, 2010

NAPERVILLE, Ill. - The American Heart Association says heart disease kills around 450,000 women every year - about one woman a minute. That's why Lisle, Illinois, resident, Mary Wenclawski, 57, considers herself lucky. For several months, Wenclawski experienced mild discomfort in her upper chest. Sh ...Read More

HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth College Trustees and administration officials, lend us your ear! That's the message that hundreds of students, staff and community members will deliver tonight at a candlelight vigil in Hanover. The Ivy League college is facing a $100 million budget deficit, and the college ...Read More

JEFFERSON CITY, MO. - Missouri parents of children with developmental disabilities believe they are gaining ground in their fight against educational descrimination. Missouri is one of only two states that still maintain a state-run segregated education system for students with disabilities, and man ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - Some East Portland residents will soon be asked to help design their perfect neighborhood. It's part of a trend in city planning, as public health researchers make the case that healthier, safer housing and neighborhoods mean healthier residents, especially children. A Portland gro ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Women from across the state are encouraged to wear red Friday as part of the American Heart Association's annual "Go Red" observance. The idea is to raise public awareness that heart disease is the leading killer of women in the United States. More than 450,000 lives are lost to th ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - When lawmakers return to St. Paul today for the start of the 2010 legislative session, they will be faced with closing a $1.2 billion budget gap. It's also expected they will address the financial crisis that many families are facing: foreclosure. A bill being introduced would prov ...Read More

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Connecticut lawmakers are looking at fixing the Citizens' Election Program, and it's a fix being scrutinized with a new lens because of the recent Supreme Court decision that cleared the way for unlimited federal elections donations from businesses. The Citizens' Election Program ...Read More

ENFIELD, Conn. - Children who attend high-quality early care and education programs are more likely to graduate from high school, more likely to hold a job and less likely to need special education. It's a statement backed up by extensive research that will be discussed this weekend at the North Cen ...Read More

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