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Saturday November 22, 2014   PNS Weekend Update - November 22, 2014
Among the stories on our nationwide rundown: President Obama rallies support for his immigration actions against mounting GOP opposition; a new report says “Let it Go” should be a no-no for natural gas; and just in time for National Adoption Day we’ll tell you about an early Thanksgiving home for foster youth.

 

Friday November 21, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 21, 2014
Featured on our Friday rundown; reaction from a pair of states to President Obama’s immigration action; “Peace Education” in Ferguson ahead of a potentially volatile grand jury decision; and a look at how one state is reducing the risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

 

Thursday November 20, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 20, 2014
Updates from around the nation today including; anarchy warnings ahead of President Obama’s planned executive action on undocumented immigrants; 18 years in the works and a new Child Care Bill is signed into law; and the spotlight is on “forever families” in advance of National Adoption Day.

 

Wednesday November 19, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 19, 2014
Today’s coast to coast news features several stories including; the U.S. Senate narrowly rejects the Keystone pipeline project; and Old Man Winter is freezing America; and some houses of worship in the Buckeye State are going green.

 

Tuesday November 18, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 18, 2014
Today’s news highlights stories from around the nation including: a state of emergency in Missouri ahead of a grand jury announcement; and a pending trial raises questions about coal mine safety; and a look at the best U.S. cities to grow old in.

 

Monday November 17, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 17, 2014
We’re featuring a variety of stories in today’s news including: children as young as seven working in tobacco fields? A study finds that’s the case in some states; farmers speak out on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan; and many unknowns remain about the leading cause of infant mortality.

 

Saturday November 15, 2014   PNS Weekend Update - November 15, 2014
Among the stories we are focusing on around the nation; Open enrollment begins this weekend for health coverage; the U.S. Senate prepares to take up the Keystone XL pipeline; we’ll tell you why folks in North Carolina are breathing a bit easier; and the nation celebrates America Recycles Day.

 

Friday November 14, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 14, 2014
Featured on our Friday rundown; errors reported to be piling up at the Secret Service; a hidden camera exposes cruelty to cows in Wisconsin; hundreds of thousands sound-off on EPA carbon pollution plans; and wondering about your rights in a police stop—now there’s an app for that.

 

Thursday November 13, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 13, 2014
Reports from coast to coast on the rundown including; California a standout in health coverage for Hispanic kids, the death penalty and “stand your ground” laws in play at the state level; and a mall protest taking place today to “Take Back Thanksgiving.”

 

Wednesday November 12, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 12, 2014
Today’s coast to coast news features several stories including; A new report urges using a two generation approach to tackling poverty in America; Texas is getting a lot of money in fines paid by BP for the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; and a new study shows the U.S. military is leading the nation in the use of clean energy.

 

Tuesday November 11, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 11, 2014
We’re featuring a vareity of stories in today’s coast to coast news including: an in-depth look at the challenges and needs of those who’ve served our country on this Veterans Day; a Presidential push for net neutrality; and despite setbacks in several states, the marriage equality battle continues

 

Monday November 10, 2014   PNS Daily News - November 10, 2014
Several stories are featured in today’s rundown including: a new phase in the ISIS fight; food banks count on Congress to expand charitable tax credits; and concerns over smart meters and the price utility customers will have to pay.

 

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