Saturday August 1, 2015 PNS Weekend Update
In focus on our weekend nationwide rundown; the union representing the fired University of Cincinnati police officer involved in last week’s fatal shooting says he should get his job back; a potential compromise for Pennsylvania which has had no budget for a month; new tactics to combat Long Island’s heroin epidemic; and a call for grounding chopper training in the North Cascades.
Friday July 31, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 31, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; the Clean Power Plan will save Americans some money on their electric bills, concludes a new report; a new program launching in New York seeks to identify and treat people with mental health issues living in low income areas; in California, several grocers face big fines for selling produce tainted with illegal pesticides.
Thursday July 30, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 30, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; a Colorado lawmaker is under fire for his controversial comments about the Boy Scouts ending their ban on gay scout leaders; and we report on Republican efforts in Congress to block Planned Parenthood funding: and it was 50 years ago today that President Lyndon Johnson signed into law legislation that established the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Wednesday July 29, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 29, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; protests are planned today at the office of a Minnesota dentist accused of illegally killing a protected lion named Cecil during a big game hunt in Zimbabwe; and a bipartisan deal in the Senate will likely extend funding for a program supporters say is critical for protecting America public lands; and we report on Generation Z’s impact on the workplace.
Tuesday July 28, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 28, 2015
A wide range of issues on today’s nationwide rundown including; the Boy Scouts of America open the door to gay adult leaders; we’ll tell you how Colorado schools are improving air quality for kids; and an update on Milwaukee’s mysterious lion case.
Monday July 27, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 27, 2015
We’re kicking off the week with stories from around the U.S. including: concerns Congress is putting the brakes on railroad safety; cheers and jeers for a food labeling bill; and western wildfires are impacting national icons.
Saturday July 25, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - July 25, 2015
We’re featuring several stories including: the latest “mass” shooting highlighting concerns for gun control; controversy over the environmental impact of hydropower dams; and the nation marks 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Friday July 24, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 24, 2015
Today’s national news covers a range of issues including: details unfolding in a deadly moving theater shooting: conservationists hail a rare bipartisan agreement in Congress; and educators weigh-in on the latest revision of No Child Left Behind.
Thursday July 23, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 23, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; a major strike planned at New York City’s two airports is averted just hours before employees planned to walk off the job; and a new poll shows strong bipartisan support for Clean Water Act rules meant to protect the nations’ rivers and streams; and a new report shows Bank of America is number one for mortgage complaints.
Wednesday July 22, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 22, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; police in Cincinnati are investigating the shooting death of an apparently unarmed African American man by a white police officer; flags at the White House and other government buildings are flying at half-staff, remembering the five military personnel gunned down in Tennessee last week; and Arizona is getting a big federal government grant to improve its failing early childhood education system.
Tuesday July 21, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 21, 2015
Updates from coast-to-coast including; add a visit to Qatar as the latest clue in shooting rampage that claimed the lives of five U.S. service members; a new court decision may have just opened campaign finance floodgates; and we will take you to a state where an irreplaceable dragonfly just spread its wings.
Monday July 20, 2015 PNS Daily News - July 20, 2015
We start the week with a variety of issues including; lawmakers advocate more guns at recruiting stations in response to last week’s rampage in Tennessee; overdrawn, that’s the word from a new report on draining the nation’s aquifers; and the space agency NASA is now in the business of helping farmers fight drought.