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PNS Weekend Newscast - April 29th, 2017 


Here's what's happening: Donald Trump has now been president of the United States for 100 days, the People's Climate march on Washington is taking place today, and another missle launch from North Korea.

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Archive: October 13, 2016

AARP Washington is sponsoring the U.S. Senate candidates' debate this Sunday at Gonzaga University. (AARP Washington)

SPOKANE, Wash. – It's debate season and this Sunday, the Washington State Debate Coalition hosts incumbent U.S. Sen. Patty Murray and her Republican Party rival, Chris Vance, at Gonzaga University. Cathy MacCaul, advocacy director for AARP, which is lead sponsor for the debate, says both can ...Read More

The federal government just issued new rules to make prepaid credit cards more consumer-friendly.(Ricardo Quinto/Center for Responsible Lending)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Consumer groups are praising the new rules on prepaid credit cards just released by the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The regulation goes into effect next fall and will make prepaid card issuers follow many of the same rules that apply to credit cards. G ...Read More

Kids learn to kayak at the

LAS VEGAS – Conservation groups are inviting families to celebrate their public lands on Saturday, October 15 - the fifth annual Get Outdoors Nevada Day. Everyone is invited to the free event at Lorenzi Park in Las Vegas from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be live music, food, dozens of vendors ...Read More

The battle over whether to raise hotel taxes to fund a new football stadium moves to the State Assembly today. (gaborfromHungary/morguefile)

CARSON CITY, Nev. – The fight over a proposal to build a new football stadium with taxpayer dollars moves to the Nevada State Assembly today. Lawmakers are considering a plan to raise hotel room taxes to pay for a $750 million stadium in an effort to entice the Oakland Raiders to move to Las V ...Read More

A survey last year in Minnesota found that more than 9,300 people are considered homeless, and many are families and the elderly. (Veronica Carter)

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Hundreds of people who work to make sure every Minnesotan has a safe, affordable place to call home came together this week in Rochester. The "Facing Forward Together” conference, sponsored by the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless, wraps up Thursday. According to ...Read More

Parents and caregivers are being advised to make sure they're giving young children the correct dosage of medication when they are sick. (cdc.gov)

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — When children get sick, parents and caregivers want to make sure they feel better, so they often reach for the cough syrup or pain killers without being conscious enough of just how much a little one should have. Dr. Carol DesLauriers, director of the Illinois Poison Cent ...Read More

Utah candidates for local and state office are facing off this week in debates. (Kichigin/iStockphoto)

SALT LAKE CITY – Utahans are getting a break between presidential debates to learn more about how local candidates plan to address education, health care, public lands and other issues in the state. A non-partisan debate series kicked off this week and goes until Monday. It’s sponsored ...Read More

Question 3 on Massachusetts' November ballot would prohibit cruel confinement of farm animals. (HSUS)

BOSTON -- When Commonwealth voters cast their ballots in November, one box they may check will for Question 3: a measure to prohibit cruelty in the confinement of farm animals. There are currently no rules for the confinement of farm animals in Massachusetts, said Paul Shapiro, vice president of f ...Read More

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