PNS Weekend Newscast - Saturday, Oct. 22nd, 2016 

Here's what we're covering today: Cyber attacks hit a series of popular major websites around the country, Donald Trump's charges of a rigged election seems to be resonating with Republican voters, and health care advocates in one state say November's election could be the most important in modern history.

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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention

CONCORD, N.H. – Help is available around the clock, ready to do risk assessment and provide immediate, free help for Granite Staters who are ...Read More
DENVER -- Two measures on the November ballot could affect how Colorado delivers behavioral and mental health care to residents across the state ...Read More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- More than 1,200 Tennesseans died from opioid overdose in 2014 - the most recent year with data available. But the availability of ...Read More
BILLINGS, Mont. – With two months left before Election Day, one group is encouraging Montana's Native American population to register to vote ...Read More
CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Billionaire and gubernatorial candidate Jim Justice is forcefully calling for more drug treatment. But he's vague on how ...Read More
CONCORD, N.H. – New England is grappling with a major opioid epidemic, and those trying to help are working to coordinate efforts all across ...Read More
NEW YORK - A new study suggests that allowing the use of medical marijuana cuts down on prescription drug use. The study, published in the journal ...Read More
LANSING, Mich. - The opioid epidemic is worsening in states around the nation, and Michigan is among states taking firm action to address the problem ...Read More
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Starting today, all doctors in California must be registered for access to the state's prescription database. It's part of ...Read More
DENVER - For people struggling with mental health issues, stigma is a major barrier to seeking help, according to a new Iowa State University report ...Read More
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