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PNS Daily Newscast - April 23, 2018 


The Waffle House shooter had an earlier weapons arrest near the White House. Also on our Monday rundown: new eviction data underscores America’s affordable-housing crisis; plus we will take you to a state where one county is putting juvenile justice under public health.

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Madison, WI – Defective tires are now exempt from consumer lawsuits in Wisconsin because of language in a new federal tire safety rule ...Read More
Solutions may soon be at hand for residents of greater Bellport, Long Island, a south shore community that attracted national attention with the ...Read More
Former felons have to pay all of their fines before they are allowed to vote again. The controversial state law has just been upheld as legal by the ...Read More
Oregon's prison costs are growing faster than any other state in the nation according to Bureau of Justice Statistics - up 20 percent this year alone ...Read More
Death row inmate Elijah Page is scheduled to die by lethal injection sometime this week, and members of South Dakota's faith community are coming ...Read More
Human rights groups will meet this week to take the next steps toward a goal that has been elusive so far -- getting a state ombudsman for the Washing ...Read More
Some of the best legal advice in West Virginia is free. Today is “Law Day,” which is dedicated to de-mystifying the legal process ...Read More
Domestic violence leads to an estimated 18 deaths every year in Oregon, and about one in six Oregon women have been sexually assaulted. Advocates ...Read More
Natural disasters, terrorist attacks or even this winter's severe weather-public safety officials across the state say Coloradans need to be ...Read More
Too many juveniles end up in adult courts, according to a new nationwide survey, and state lawmakers may take notice. In Oregon, any 15-, 16- or 17- ...Read More
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