Newscasts

PNS Daily Newscast - January 22, 2018 


The funding stumble in Congress deepens the crisis for health centers; also on our nationwide rundown; we will let you know about concerns over possible "gifts" to payday lenders; and a new survey provides alarming numbers about young people and homelessness.

Daily Newscasts

Housing/Homelessness

A new study by the Wilder Research Foundation of homeless Minnesotans in shelters and on the streets finds the state's homeless population isn't incre ...Read More
A bill introduced in the Minnesota legislature would increase funding for housing for low and moderate-income families and for the homeless. Richard ...Read More
Most folks in Washington probably assume that if they can pay their rent, a landlord will consider their application. But that's not necessarily so ...Read More
A lawyer is the house. Free West Virginia legal information with no strings attached is winning a lot of new fans. Legal Aid of West Virginia has ...Read More
Today's opening bell on Wall Street could say a lot about the strength of our economy, but a new study finds very poor New Yorkers are losing either ...Read More
At any given time, 20,000 people in Washington are living on the streets. This week, the governor announced a $10 million state grant to fight ...Read More
High housing costs and skyrocketing rental rates mean thousands of Oregonians have no home or are on the verge of homelessness every day. Housing ...Read More
Denver, CO - As the holiday season of giving winds down, many children and families on the Gulf Coast have been left out in the cold by the snail's ...Read More
Minot, ND - North Dakota is about as far away from an ocean shore as states come, but that didn't stop Hurricane Katrina from making a figurative ...Read More
Olympia, WA - A Washington family has to earn almost $15 an hour, working year-round, to be able to afford a basic 2-bedroom apartment. However ...Read More
110 of 110 pages   « First  <  108 109 110 

Housing/Homelessness by State