PNS Daily News - October 20, 2016 

GOP nominee Donald Trump doubles down on his “rigged election” charges at the final debate saying he prefers to leave the nation in suspense; faculty members at Pennsylvania Universities are now on strike; and on International Credit Union Day there are comparisons to banks like Wells Fargo.

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Gun Violence Prevention

CARSON CITY, Nev. – Nevada ranks 11th worst in the nation for gun violence, and third for the rate at which women are fatally shot by an ...Read More
CONCORD, N. H. – The right to carry a concealed weapon in the Granite State will still require a permit, as state lawmakers failed last week to ...Read More
HARTFORD, Conn. – The latest numbers show domestic violence is still a deadly problem in Connecticut, but there's hope that a new law may help ...Read More
ORLANDO, Fla. - There's a new front in the fight for gun-law reform in Florida, as members of the state's LGBTQ community are mobilizing behind the ...Read More
JOHN DAY, Ore. - The small-town sheriff who made front-page headlines in Oregon this week also tops an investigative report by the Southern Poverty ...Read More
CINCINNATI - While prosecutors say a deadly police shooting in Ohio was justified, some community groups argue the tragedy was avoidable. After ...Read More
SEATTLE – Critics say it is nearly impossible to charge a police officer who has used deadly force in the State of Washington, and the group ...Read More
OAKLAND, Calif. - Tonight, 16,000 communities across the country will take part in the 33rd annual National Night Out, a program designed to foster ...Read More
MADISON, Wis. – Five years ago, Wisconsin passed a law with a provision that colleges and universities must allow concealed carry on campus ...Read More
LANSING, Mich. - The recent ambush attack that killed five Dallas, Texas, police officers contributed to a spike in deaths of those across the ...Read More
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