News By Region
Saturday March 8, 2014 PNS Weekend Update - March 8, 2014
Among the stories on our weekend rundown: a look at whether raising the minimum wage can help some folks to be better parents: we hear from high school students as to how they would allocate federal dollars while others take an active role in the school lunch menu; and mixed reviews for efforts to save the gray wolf.
Friday March 7, 2014 PNS Daily News - March 7, 2014
Issues from coast to coast featured on our Friday rundown including: Facebook makes some moms happy by placing new curbs on guns sales; a couple of states work to protect cold water fisheries and watersheds; and one state looking to restrict parents who want to opt their kids out of vaccines.
Thursday March 6, 2014 PNS Daily News - March 6, 2014
Our nationwide rundown updates you on a variety of issues today including: the U.S. Senate says no to a key Obama Justice Department nominee; updates on health disparities for children and paid family leave; plus critical habitat set aside to protect the jaguar.
Wednesday March 5, 2014 PNS Daily News - March 5, 2014
We’re reporting on a variety of issues including: bad feelings connected to being a victim of internet fraud; some in Virginia say closing the coverage gap is a matter of trust; and the “R-word” considered as offensive as any racial slur.
Tuesday March 4, 2014 PNS Daily News - March 4, 2014
Today’s news covers a variety of topics including: national parks found to be bringing billions to the economy; Utah legislation recognizes “atrocities” against Native Americans; and children’s hospitals are networking to improve patient safety.
Monday March 3, 2014 PNS Daily News - March 3, 2014
Stories featured in today’s coast to coast news include: a million dollar push for public financing of elections; a study finds California banks are not banking on minority-owned businesses; and more low-income students getting a higher education head start.
Saturday March 1, 2014 PNS Weekend Update - March 1, 2014
Among the stories on our weekend rundown: a big push for the final month of open ObamaCare enrollment; concerns that a crystal meth crackdown could come down on seniors; and if you are home sick with the flu this weekend, you are far from alone.
Friday February 28, 2014 PNS Daily News - February 28, 2014
Featured on our Friday rundown; Governor Jan Brewer’s Arizona veto has other states rethinking their anti-discrimination laws; the ALEC agenda & potential “fracking” laws in Florida; police parents and Pre-K join forces to combat gang violence; and some tips on how to beat the growing U.S. “spy state.”
Thursday February 27, 2014 PNS Daily News - February 27, 2014
Updates on a variety of issues on our nationwide rundown including: Governor Brewer’s religious freedom veto in Arizona gains worldwide attention; dirty school buses & charging ahead with clean electric vehicles; plus 50 peaks in 50 weeks to celebrate the Wilderness Act.
Wednesday February 26, 2014 PNS Daily News - February 26, 2014
Our coast to coast rundown features several stories including: the President focusing on infrastructure and job creation; a report finds many profitable corporations are paying little or no federal income tax; and the fracking debate heats up in Colorado.
Tuesday February 25, 2014 PNS Daily News - February 25, 2014
A variety of stories featured in our national rundown including: concerns remain about air and water quality after a West Virginia chemical spill; an Ag-Gag bill up for a vote in Idaho; and New York tries data mining to improve student test scores.