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PNS Daily Newscast - January 24, 2018 


Following the interview with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Special counsel Robert Mueller is said to be ready to interview President Donald Trump; also on our rundown; a gerrymandering ruling in Pennsylvania called a major victory; and we take you to a state where the homeless count is going digital.

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Public News Service - WI: Women's Issues

Former gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke, a successful entrepreneur, is among the speakers at Women's Entrepreneurship Day Wisconsin. (Mary Burke)

MADISON, Wis. – Women from around the state will gather Tuesday in Madison for the inaugural, daylong Women's Entrepreneurship Day. The aim of the organizers is to empower and support women entrepreneurs in the Badger State by giving them the tactics to succeed, and hearing from other women

Graduates of the Wisconsin Women's Network Policy Institute are trained to help advance legislation that improves the lives of women and girls in Wisconsin. (WI Women's Network)

MADISON, Wis. – From across the state, 25 women are participating in the sixth annual Wisconsin Women's Network Policy Institute. This past weekend, the women participated in the first of four intensive weekend sessions, to learn to navigate Wisconsin's legislative process so they can advanc

Lung cancer kills more than 400 people every day. (Dave-Les Jacobs/GettyImages)

RACINE, Wis. – Only about 18 percent of lung cancer cases among women are diagnosed early, when the disease is most treatable and survival rates are five times higher. This is National Women's Lung Health Week, which aims to raise greater awareness of the disease. Lung cancer survivor Sand

Women are becoming more politically involved since the election of Donald Trump, says a Wisconsin activist. (Photoluxstudio/iStockphoto)

MILWAUKEE – Today, on International Women's Day, organizers are asking women to take the day off work and participate in activities that draw attention to women's fight against discrimination in all forms. Krista Grensavitch, a lecturer in Women's and Gender Studies at University of Wisconsi

Wisconsin is one of the few states that allow children to be kept in solitary confinement for long stretches of time. (3dmentat/iStockPhoto.com)

MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin is one of few states that still allows children in state juvenile-corrections facilities to be put into solitary confinement, and a federal lawsuit challenges that practice as cruel and unusual punishment. A similar suit brought in Illinois a few years ago resulted in

There is a growing trend in Wisconsin toward more women as sole proprietors or primary operators of livestock farms. (Jessica Arp)

PLATTEVILLE, Wis. - The role of women on the farm is a huge part of the history of agriculture in Wisconsin, and a June 3 workshop on a woman-owned farm in Blanchardville will feature several women who run their own operations. Robert Bauer, a grazing broker for the Southwest Badger Resource Conser

Clinton Foundation Ppresident and former UW-Madison chancellor and HHS Secretary Donna Shalala will be the keynote speaker at a global summit in Madison. (UW-Madison)

MADISON, Wis. - Global climate change is a critical issue that needs more leadership from women, according to Lori DiPrete Brown, associate director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute. That group, and a number of others, are sponsoring the 2016 Global Summit for Women, wh

What factors may have influenced Wisconsin's primary election? A political scientist has some thoughts. (CharlieAJA/iStockPhoto.com)

OSHKOSH, Wis. - Wisconsin's primary election brought well over 2 million voters to the polls, representing a turnout of more than 47 percent, exceeding the predictions by a large margin. It was the highest Wisconsin primary turnout since 1972. Millions and millions of dollars were spent on ads to

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