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Tuesday September 16, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 16, 2014
Our news today covers several issues from around the nation including: the Adrian Peterson case reveals a divide on spankings; a plastic bag ban closer to becoming a reality in California; and the trend of food sovereignty among farmers continues to grow.

 

Monday September 15, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 15, 2014
We’re featuring a variety of stories in today’s national news including: why plans for a new Texas ICE facility are getting the cold shoulder; last call for public comments on plans to create Internet fast lanes; and a focus this week on keeping kids safe while strapped in.

 

Saturday September 13, 2014   PNS Weekend Update - September 13, 2014
Among the stories on our weekend rundown: another NFL player facing a criminal charge; efforts underway to reach young people for round two of enrollment for Affordable Care Act Coverage; and it’s billed as the largest annual political festival in the nation—we’ll take you to the Fighting Bob Fest.

 

Friday September 12, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 12, 2014
Featured on our Friday nationwide rundown; the U.S. Senate deals a reprieve to Citizen’s United; California decides attendance matters when it comes to back to school; and a look at when tough on crime can be too tough for some younger offenders.

 

Thursday September 11, 2014   PNS Dailiy News - September 11, 2014
Among the stories on today’s rundown; President Obama lays out his plan to roll back Islamic State militants; a new study finds big health care savings lie outside the hospital room; and “Green Dot” a program to reduce sexual violence in Kentucky High Schools is expanding.

 

Wednesday September 10, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 10, 2014
Today’s coast to coast news features several stories including: The U.S. Senate is amidst an historic debate over what could be the 28th amendment to the U.S. constitution; an Internet slowdown is planned for today, and Medicaid expansion is helping many Americans get health coverage.

 

Tuesday September 9, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 9, 2014
We’re featuring several stories in today’s coast to coast news including: efforts to blunt the Koch brothers’ influence and reach; another retailer reports a massive data breech; and some educators look at ways to address the over-testing of students.

 

Monday September 8, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 8, 2014
Several stories on today’s nationwide rundown including: an in-depth look at a Senate vote aimed at getting big money out of politics; a mom's story of hope for juvenile justice reform; federal experts investigate a respiratory virus sending hundreds to the hospital; and the U.S. Blue Whale is making a comeback.

 

Saturday September 6, 2014   PNS Weekend Update - September 6, 2014
Among the stories on our weekend rundown: the Gulf Coast a step closer to billions of dollars after this week’s ruling against BP; Florida remembers a beheaded American freelance journalist; and Hispanic-Americans adding tens of billions to Arizona’s economy.

 

Friday September 5, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 5, 2014
Featured on our Friday nationwide rundown; reaction to the gross negligence ruling against BP; fast-food workers strike for higher pay while airport workers press for benefits and better working conditions and a big win for the Silver State.

 

Thursday September 4, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 4, 2014
A variety of issues on today's rundown including; fast-food workers plan to go on strike in 150 cities today; a federal judge in Louisiana bucks the trend on gay marriage while the issue at Indiana’s State Supreme Court is a Right to Work law; and at age 50 the Wilderness Act is providing jobs for young people.

 

Wednesday September 3, 2014   PNS Daily News - September 3, 2014
Today’s coast to coast news features stories including; the terrorist group ISIS claims to have beheaded another American journalist; Hillary Clinton headlines the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas; and young voters could determine a tight U.S. Senate race.

 

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