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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: April 5, 2017

A slow leak can add up to a lot of wasted water. A popular water-conservation program is on the Trump administration's chopping block. (cesaria1/iStockPhoto.com)

MADISON, Wis. - The Alliance for Water Efficiency is rounding up support from water utilities across the nation to save the Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense program, which helps consumers make smart choices through use of a special certification label on products. A number of Wisconsin ...Read More

A lack of access to public transportation is one factor that can make it difficult for communities of color to access job opportunities, according to a report from Policy Link. (James Willamor/Flickr)

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - North Carolina's unemployment rate continues to fall, but economists remind us that those figures may not apply to all segments of the population. A new analysis by the North Carolina Budget and Tax Center found disparities between employment opportunities for people of color a ...Read More

Tennessee ranks fifth in the country in terms of money-related stress, according to research firm WalletHub. (aaayyymm eeelectrik/Flickr)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Feeling stressed out these days? You're not alone. A recent national survey ranks Tennessee the ninth most stressed state in the country - when taking into account family, health, work and money considerations. However, the analysis by research firm WalletHub ranks the state fift ...Read More

A new report ranks San Antonio seventh in the country in terms of installed solar-power capacity. (CPS Energy)

SAN ANTONIO - The solar-power industry in Texas has grown consistently in the past few years, but its advocates say clouds on the horizon could slow that progress. Research from the Solar Foundation showed that employment in solar-industry jobs grew 34 percent in Texas last year, and the number of ...Read More

A new bill aims to give former offenders in Colorado a better chance of getting a job by prohibiting most employers from asking about criminal history on initial job applications. (Surfertide/iStockphoto)

DENVER - Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans who have criminal records could catch a break on their job applications. House Bill 1305 would prohibit most employers in the state from asking about criminal history on initial application forms. According to attorney Jack Regenbogen with the Colorado C ...Read More

A warming climate and rising sea levels already are affecting U.S. military bases. (Robert J. Sitar, USN/Wikimedia Commons)

PHILADELPHIA - National security experts say President Trump's actions to roll back or eliminate programs to slow global climate change will put the country in danger. According to retired Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Stephen Cheney, chief executive of the American Security Project, climate change alrea ...Read More

Students present a list of demands to the West Chester University administration. (James Cersonsky)<br />

WEST CHESTER, Pa. - Students, faculty and community supporters at West Chester University rallied on Tuesday for a student worker raise and a tuition freeze. Last month, students delivered hundreds of signatures on petitions, demanding a five-year freeze on tuition and fees and a $15-an-hour wage f ...Read More

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