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PNS Daily Newscast - October 23, 2017 


We begin the week with President Donald Trump urging GOP House members to support the Senate budget bill; a new report tracks a growing “right” to discriminate at both the state and federal level; and we will let you know why Trump budget cuts are being labeled a threat to waterways in the Midwest.

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Public News Service - IN: Civic Engagement

A mural in Woodburn Hall that includes a depiction of the Ku Klux Klan originally was painted for the Chicago World's Fair. (J. Barrie)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – At a time when people across the country are calling for the removal of Confederate statues and artwork because they're seen as divisive, a petition drive is underway to remove a controversial painting at the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Students taking classes

Indiana is one of five states without hate-crime laws in place. (in.gov)

INDIANAPOLIS – The push to get hate-crime laws on the books in Indiana has been vigorously renewed because of the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that turned deadly. A 32-year-old woman died when a car plowed into a crowd of people, and two state troopers were killed wh

Tension between the U.S and North Korea has ramped up the stress many Americans report feeling during the last several months. (whitehouse.gov)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Sunday morning political talk shows were full of U.S. officials playing down the possibility of a nuclear conflict with North Korea. They insist there is no imminent threat of missile strikes on the U.S. or Guam, despite President Donald Trump's threats last week. Indiana

If you know someone who strives to make life better for Indiana young people, nominate him or her for a youth worker award by Aug. 14. (B. Gelwick)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Many people work tirelessly to make life better for youth in Indiana, and one of those individuals will be honored with the 2017 D. Susan Wisely Youth Worker of the Year Award. Laura Ingram, program director for the Pride Prism Youth Community in Bloomington, is a therapi

Political arguments could destroy friendships made at work, and younger workers appear to be feeling the most stress about these workplace tensions. (Amber Collier)

INDIANAPOLIS -- Months after the presidential election, political animosity lingers at workplaces across the country. The American Psychological Association says stress on the job has actually increased, and blames it partly on political divisions among co-workers. In September 2016, an APA survey

One in four hospitals in Indiana is run by the Catholic Church. (Virginia Carter)

GARY, Ind. — A proposed takeover of Gary, Indiana's only hospital by a Catholic organization is raising some eyebrows. A merger would mean Gary's Methodist Hospital would be managed by Franciscan Health, which is run by the Roman Catholic Church. Hospital management have said they will follo

There's a racial disparity in Indiana when it comes to who owns homes. (cdc.gov)

INDIANAPOLIS – Since 2004, home ownership has been on the decline for African-Americans in Indiana and across the country. Several groups have teamed up to try to reverse that trend, including the NAACP, the National Urban League and the National Association of Real Estate Brokers. That grou

A watchdog group wants the current administration to avoid political interference in law enforcement issues. (whitehouse.gov)

INDIANAPOLIS – There's a call for the White House to release its policy on how it will keep from interfering in law enforcement matters. Less than two months into the new administration, Ian Bassin, executive director of the legal watchdog group United to Protect Democracy, says there have b

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