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PNS Daily News - August 25, 2016 


In focus on our nationwide rundown; a new national monument in New England and we’ll let you know why you can get in free to your local National Park this weekend; plus Virginia voters favor a state fund to bring grocers to underserved neighborhoods; and Michigan reaching out to veterans who are missing out on benefits.

Daily Newscasts

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Thursday August 25, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 25, 2016
In focus on our nationwide rundown; a new national monument in New England and we’ll let you know why you can get in free to your local National Park this weekend; plus Virginia voters favor a state fund to bring grocers to underserved neighborhoods; and Michigan reaching out to veterans who are missing out on benefits.

 

Wednesday August 24, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - Wednesday August 24th, 2016
Here's what we're covering today: A new report shows some Clinton Foundation donors got access to the State Department during Hillary Clinton's tenure there., President Obama is in Nevada today after touring flood damage in Louisiana, and Olympic medal winners may soon get to skip paying Uncle Sam.

 

Tuesday August 23, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 23, 2016
Today’s news features several stories including: thousands of Clinton emails to be released; an equal pay icon warns of election’s consequences; federal transgender bathroom access guidelines blocked by a judge

 

Monday August 22, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 22, 2016
A child suicide bomber kills dozens at a Turkish wedding; 20 years later putting a lens on welfare reform; and the 2016 Olympics come to a close with the U.S. bringing home the most medals. Those stories and more coming up.

 

Saturday August 20, 2016   PNS Weekend Newscast - 8/20-8/21
Making news today: the top Democrat in the Senate is calling on Congress to come back to work early to deal with the Zika virus, headway's being made on offshore wind power on the East Coast, and volunteers are converging on Louisiana after deadly flooding.

 

Friday August 19, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 19, 2016
The Justice Department says say no more private prisons, things are getting crowded this summer in one of America’s favorite national parks, and protesters harness the power of music against the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

 

Friday August 19, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 19, 2016
The Justice Department says say no more private prisons, things are getting crowded this summer in one of America’s favorite national parks, and protesters harness the power of music against the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

 

Thursday August 18, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 18, 2016
In focus on our rundown; offshore wind power expected to make a big splash in New York; carbon emission rules extending to the trucking industry; and as kids face the prospect of heading back to school we will take you to the worst state in the nation when it comes to bullying.

 

Wednesday August 17, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - Wednesday, August 17th, 2016
Making news today: More deaths from historic flooding in Louisiana, Nasa has figured out what's caused a huge cloud of heat trapping methane in the U.S, athletes are being urged to play smart as the fall sports season kicked into gear.

 

Tuesday August 16, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 16, 2016
Today’s news features stories from across the nation: Donald Trump unveils plans for intensified immigration screenings; the EPA faces pressure over lead contamination; and a civil rights history lesson along Route 66.

 

Monday August 15, 2016   PNS Daily News - August 15, 2016
We’re zeroing in on several issues in today’s news including; unrest in Wisconsin following a deadly police shooting; new research indicates higher wages could take a bite out of crime; and could a third-party candidate take the White House? An analyst weighs-in.

 

Saturday August 13, 2016   PNS Weekend Update - August 13, 2016
We’re looking at stories from around the country on this weekend’s rundown, including: Hillary Clinton and Tim Kane release their tax returns ahead of Donald Trump; this weekend marks the first-ever national Fight for $15 Convention; and could Indiana become the next state to adopt paid family leave?

 

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