PNS Daily Newscast - March 22, 2018 

New research finds stiffer prison terms do not deter drug use. Also on our nationwide rundown: we will take you to a state where 4 in 10 adults have gun; and “ghost” fishing gear killing whales and seals on the West Coast.

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Teens are being lured into their local libraries this week with the promise of dancing, video games and TV downloads. "Teen Tech Week" is an attempt ...Read More
Many of New York's top teachers and school superintendents think some extra study time is needed when it comes to Governor Spitzer's plan to add 150 n ...Read More
It's a week of dancing, video games and TV downloads at Idaho libraries this week, all to encourage teens to check out what libraries are all about ...Read More
Today is "Read Across America" day. This tenth annual celebration of reading coincides with the 103rd birthday of children's author Doctor Seuss ...Read More
A new study released today examines Governor Spitzer's education reform package. Senior economist Trudi Renwick, of the non-partisan Fiscal Policy ...Read More
It's Dr. Seuss' birthday Friday and, to mark the event, schools are celebrating "Read Across America." Stan Johnson, head of teacher's union WEAC ...Read More
Higher fees, fewer course offerings, and potential school closings and consolidations are the findings in a new survey of Wisconsin's school district ...Read More
Education funding is a top priority for the South Dakota legislature this year. The issue gained attraction last year following the release of a ...Read More
It's up to state lawmakers to fix Wisconsin's troubled school funding system -- and apparently, it's going to take a deadline to do it. So Assembly ...Read More
Governor Spitzer kicked off a statewide tour Monday at the state capital to promote his budget policies, including a $7-billion boost to the state's ...Read More
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