Saturday April 25, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - April 25, 2015
Among the issues on our nationwide rundown: Baltimore braces for major protests as the police department admits to errors in the arrest of Freddie Gray; troubling data as e-cigarette use triples for tweens and teens; and we’ll clue you in on ways your spring cleaning can help your local community.
Friday April 24, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 24, 2015
Featured on our Friday rundown: President Obama apologizes for a drone strike; the push for an equal voice for crime victims; a battle brewing over public lands in the Southwest; and as we head towards Mother’s Day—a look at how the story telling movement aims to lift up women.
Thursday April 23, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 23, 2015
Our news covers issues from around the nation including: The President calling out climate change deniers; Missouri faith leaders speak out about what’s being called a license to discriminate in adoptions; reports of U.S. cosmetic companies testing on animals in China; and researchers say genetics may be linked to a person’s chance of being bitten by a mosquito.
Wednesday April 22, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 22, 2015
Today’s rundown features a variety of topics including: the nation marks the 45th anniversary of Earth Day; conservation projects at stake in a Senate hearing; and agencies go the distance to help crime victims.
Tuesday April 21, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 21, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; on this, the eve of Earth Day, President Obama says climate change is this planet’s greatest environmental threat; and a legal battle is brewing of an EPA-approved herbicide that has in it, a component used in Agent Orange; and a Texas woman is facing a big fine for feeding homeless people.
Monday April 20, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 20, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; a report from Florida on the ongoing impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill which happened five years ago today; and Congress is considering reauthorizing a program which helps fund everything from soccer fields to national forests; and a flu outbreak has dog owners in Michigan worried.
Saturday April 18, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - April 18, 2015
In focus on our weekend rundown: tough questioning in New Orleans as the Justice Department tries to get President Obama’s deferred action on deportation plan unstuck; West Coast sardine fisheries are closing early—we’ll let you know why; and we’ll introduce you to a high school senior being honored this weekend for beating the odds.
Friday April 17, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 17, 2015
Featured on our Friday rundown: President Obama wins a deal on fast track trade authority but protesters will be out in force this weekend; two years after a deadly explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant first responders still at risk from dangerous chemicals; and we ponder whether teens can still balance a checkbook during Smart Money Week.
Thursday April 16, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 16, 2015
We’re highlighting several topics in today’s news including: a mailman and his a message against political corruption lands at the U.S. Capitol; as more presidential candidates emerge, a warning about excessive political influence; and teachers discuss the impact of the over-testing of students.
Wednesday April 15, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 15, 2015
Our rundown today features a variety of topics including: Tax Day is upon us and experts say fraudsters are busy as ever; West Virginia and Texas among states where tax fairness is being questioned; and look at environmental votes in the Senate’s first 100 days; and cultural diversity a common theme among the country’s top 10 challenged books.
Tuesday April 14, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 14, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; workers in low wage jobs in cities across the U.S. are planning a major strike tomorrow; and as the April 15th tax filing deadline looms large, we have a report on where our federal tax dollars are being spent; and lawmakers in Nevada are considering legislation that would allow lenders to remotely shut off a person's vehicle if they’re late with their loan payment
Monday April 13, 2015 PNS Daily News - April 13, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announces her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States; we have a report about huge corporations moving money overseas to avoid paying U-S taxes; and California could become the first state to set minimum energy standards for computers and other home digital devices.