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PNS Weekend Newscast - August 19th, 2017 


Here's what we're covering: President Trump got rid of his campaign adviser, health experts are looking into who would be hurt most from climate change, and kids in one state are getting more help dealing with trauma.

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One of the speakers at the grassroots progressive Fighting Bob Fest in Wisconsin next weekend will be U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin. (Official U.S. Senate photo)

MADISON, Wis. – Over the years, the annual Fighting Bob Fest has grown to become one of the largest grassroots progressive gatherings in the nation. This year the event will be held Saturday at Breese Stevens Field in Madison. It will feature a number of nationally known progressives such as ...Read More

Using a new report, Minnesota transit experts are exploring ways to help close transit challenges for low-income families through new rule changes. (iStockphoto)

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- New research shows families who rely on trains and buses in the Twin Cities face challenges traveling with young children and accessing child care facilities, but some family-friendly changes could be coming to one of Minnesota's largest public transit networks. The "Transit-Ac ...Read More

The Statewide Faith and Immigration Summit in Apex gathers faith leaders from across the state to discuss their congregations' role in the immigration and refugee debate. (NC Council of Churches)

APEX, N.C. – Building a wall or tearing it down – the immigration debate rages on as the presidential candidates make their views known on the issue. Here in North Carolina, many of the state's church leaders are gathering next weekend to discuss how the outcome of the November electio ...Read More

Researchers who looked at more than 500,000 military casualties found U.S. troops from low-income areas have more limited access to health services. (Pixabay)

BOISE, Idaho – The scars of war might be deeper for soldiers who come from poorer areas of the country, according to a new study. Francis Shen of the University of Minnesota and Douglas Kriner from the University of Boston looked at more than 500,000 American combat casualties since World Wa ...Read More

A new report confirms that clashing ideas about climate change are contributing to partisan polarization. (Wildpixel/iStockphoto)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Republicans and Democrats have never been farther apart on climate change, according to a new Oklahoma State University study. Both parties were essentially pro-environment in 1970, the study found. But today, 9 out of 10 Democrats, and only 3 in 10 Republicans, believe glob ...Read More

September is National Preparedness Month, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency is urging families to create a disaster kit and emergency plan. (iStockphoto)

PIERRE, S.D. — September is National Preparedness Month, and South Dakota safety advocates are urging residents to make plans in case of emergencies such as natural disasters. Safety experts at the Federal Emergency Management Agency remind people to buy or put together an emergency supply k ...Read More

Recycling stands can help prevent debris left behind after an event. (Bob B. Brown/Flickr)

DES MOINES, Iowa – Overflowing trash cans and debris on the ground can be signs of a great party, but what's not so great is when all that trash ends up in the state's landfills. Recycling can help keep some of the debris out, and Metro Waste Authority offers event recycling stands free of c ...Read More

The Kentucky Capitol is one of many across the country where today, clergy and activists will rally against what they see as

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Today is Moral Day of Action at the State Capitol in Frankfort, as well as other capitols across the country with leaders of different faiths joining advocates and activists in a call for lawmakers and candidates to move away from what they see as "regressive, extremist" polic ...Read More

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