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Saturday January 31, 2015   PNS Weekend Update - January 31, 2015
Among the stories on our weekend rundown; Arizona health officials trying to keep the lid on a measles outbreak ahead of Sunday’s big game; we’ll take a look at the Dark Side of the Super Bowl; plus we’ll tell you why California is mounting a campaign against e-cigarettes.

 

Friday January 30, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 30, 2015
Among the stories featured on our Friday rundown; the Keystone Pipeline Bill could be on President Obama’s desk by next week for an expected veto; the U.S. Senate on the verge of addressing veteran suicide—and Super Bowl Sunday safety tips—why you should know your TV tipping point.

 

Thursday January 29, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 29, 2015
Among the stories on our nationwide rundown; the Supreme Court temporarily blocks three Oklahoma executions; the EPA is in the news on new smog pollution standards and concerns over factory farm pollution—plus preventing ski and snow boarding deaths.

 

Wednesday January 28, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 28, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; the LDS Church is supporting laws that protect LGBT Americans; and federal royalties for coal on public land are getting a checkup; and a new report shows that income inequality may be worse than previously reported.

 

Tuesday January 27, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 27, 2015
We’re covering stories from around the nation including: while the Northeast hunkers down for the Blizzard of 2015, scientists say climate change could bring similar storms in the future; the secret ingredients in fracking to be reviewed in Wyoming; and national protests against payday lending.

 

Monday January 26, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 26, 2015
Today’s news highlights stories on variety of issues including: a major Nor’easter targeting the East Coast; a CIA whistleblower faces jail time; paid sick time on the table for legislators in Washington; and some say a new study on sodium should be taken with a grain of salt.

 

Saturday January 24, 2015   PNS Weekend Update - January 24, 2015
Among the stories on our nationwide rundown; The Supreme Court agrees to hear a lethal injection case; we’ll take you Oregon where low-wage workers are rallying this weekend for a raise; and to a state that is pondering whether it should take back some tax exemptions.

 

Friday January 23, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 23, 2015
Featured on our Friday rundown; President Obama wants to pour tens of billions of dollars into federal child care subsidies; “Educational Excellence” is the focus in Minnesota today, while South Florida is taking steps against climate change; and an undercover probe into abuse and neglect at a Virginia Zoo.

 

Thursday January 22, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 22, 2015
Among the stories on our nationwide rundown: President Obama talking up the middle class economy in red states; New Mexico ground zero for Obama’s climate change proposal; and we will take you to a state where there really is a free lunch.

 

Wednesday January 21, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 21, 2015
Today’s coast to coast news features several stories including; President Obama’s State of the Union Address, we have the highlights; and protest events are planned around the nation today which marks the fifth anniversary of the Citizens United ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court; and President Obama may encounter some protesters in Boise today.

 

Tuesday January 20, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 20, 2015
We’re featuring various topics in our coast to coast news including: the President set to deliver his sixth State of the Union; the penalty phase begins in the BP oil spill disaster; and high school students make the case for funding after-school programs.

 

Monday January 19, 2015   PNS Daily News - January 19, 2015
Today’s top stories include: honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through the lens of service; the President set to talk taxes in the State of the Union; immigrants encouraged to keep preparing despite a vote on Capitol Hill; and new financial help for beginning farmers.

 

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