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PNS Daily Newscast - Wednesday, Sep 28th 2016  


Taking a look at what's making headlines: Democrats in the nation's capitol are holding out for more funding to deal with toxic water in Flint, Michigan, a bill in the Senate would offer more protections for whistle blowers, and an American billionaire is dreaming of a human colony on Mars

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Wednesday September 28, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - Wednesday, Sep 28th 2016
Taking a look at what's making headlines: Democrats in the nation's capitol are holding out for more funding to deal with toxic water in Flint, Michigan, a bill in the Senate would offer more protections for whistle blowers, and an American billionaire is dreaming of a human colony on Mars

 

Tuesday September 27, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 27, 2016
In the news today: a night of political spectacle as the presidential candidates square off; a push to reach millennials on National Voter Registration Day; and cleaning the air while boosting the bottom line – a look at industrial energy efficiency under the Clean Power Plan.

 

Monday September 26, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 26, 2016
We're kicking off the week with several important stories including: Clinton and Trump set to square off in their first debate; a new report says deportations could devastate the nation's economy; and groups decry a plan to lure the Oakland Raiders to sin city.

 

Saturday September 24, 2016   PNS Weekend Update - September 24, 2016
After a bitter primary fight Trump gets Cruz’s backing; a lawsuit challenges solitary confinement of children; and Americans urged to get out and celebrate public lands. Those stories and more coming up.

 

Friday September 23, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 23, 2016
We’re featuring important issues from around the country including; a third night of police violence protests in Charlotte; a Yahoo email hack said to be historic; and it could be 2059 before women close the pay gap.

 

Thursday September 22, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 22, 2016
Tear gas and arrests during a second night of protests in Charlotte; also on our nationwide rundown; toxic pesticide protections urged for millions of U.S. farmworkers; Donald Trump calls for a return to “Stop and Frisk” and new threats for the greater sage grouse.

 

Wednesday September 21, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - Wednesday, Sept. 21st, 2016
In the news today: The debate about immigration continues as Donald Trump says the attacks last weekend are because our doors are too open, vice presidential nominee Mike Pence is defending Trump's son for calling Syrian refugees "poisoned candy". President Obama is trying to encourage more countries to take refugees in, and a new poll shows a lot of support for another national monument celebrating the Grand Canyon.

 

Tuesday September 20, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 20, 2016
We're focusing on a variety of topics in today’s news including: investigation into a suspect in a series of east coast bombs; a coalition hopes for a "Great Lakes" president in 2016; and locked up and locked down - a look at the segregation of mentally ill inmates.

 

Monday September 19, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 19, 2016
A suspect sought for bombs in New York and New Jersey; Texas accused of violating a voter ID court order; and questionable meetings between coal firms and Republican attorneys general come to light. Those stories and more in today's PNS newscast.

 

Saturday September 17, 2016   PNS Weekend Update -September 17, 2016
We’re looking at stories from around the country on this weekend’s rundown, including: time’s up for third-party candidates to make it the first presidential debate; Massachusetts is topping the nation in healthcare coverage; and this weekend kicks off Child Passenger Safety Week.

 

Friday September 16, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 16, 2016
We’re featuring several stories in today’s news including: the latest polls show the presidential race is close as ever; the Atlantic gets its first-ever marine national monument; and a push to get what some say is a racial textbook out of Texas classrooms.

 

Thursday September 15, 2016   PNS Daily News - September 15, 2016
In focus on our nationwide rundown the poll tighten in the race for the White House; lawmakers in New York want to ban fracking waste; and clean water advocates ask you to imagine a day without water.

 

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