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PNS Daily Newscast - December 8, 2016 


In focus on our nationwide rundown; Donald Trump’s nominee to head the EPA is not exactly what you would call "green"; we take a look at whether agencies that approve pipelines have a built in bias; and reaching out to kids who are in the hospital during the holidays.

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Thursday December 8, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - December 8, 2016
In focus on our nationwide rundown; Donald Trump’s nominee to head the EPA is not exactly what you would call "green"; we take a look at whether agencies that approve pipelines have a built in bias; and reaching out to kids who are in the hospital during the holidays.

 

Wednesday December 7, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - December 7, 2016
Today, we're putting the spotlight on these stories: we explore Bob Dole's role in the Trump-Taiwan call; a report on toys that could be scooping up data on kids; and we have a pair of stories on immigration.

 

Tuesday December 6, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - December 6, 2016
We’re following headlines from around the country including: the case against the South Carolina police officer who shot Walter Scott ends in a mistrial; a new report confirms increased harassment for some students in the wake of the election; and why buying a real Christmas tree could be good for the environment.

 

Monday December 5, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - December 5, 2016
Here’s the news we’re following on today’s rundown: Standing Rock protestors celebrate victory over the Dakota Access Pipeline; veterans are poised to be free of owing money to the Pentagon; and advocates for women’s reproductive rights set their sights on Texas regulations.

 

Friday December 2, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - December 2, 2016
Let’s take a look at what’s happening around the country today: the country’s largest wildlife crossing could be coming to California; consumer groups say Congress is trying to hobble a financial regulation agency; and how to keep your personal information secure this holiday season.

 

Friday December 2, 2016   PNS Weekend Newscast - December 3rd, 2016
Here's what we're working on: Donald Trump talked on the phone with the president of Taiwan and that could cause problems with China. Military veterans are offering to be human shields during the pipeline protests in North Dakota, and faith leaders are speaking out about methane waste.

 

Thursday December 1, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - December 1, 2016
In focus on our nationwide rundown; Veterans now plan to act as human shields for protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock; today is World Aids Day, we have a pair of reports; and a former foster kid turned country music star sends a message.

 

Wednesday November 30, 2016   PNS Daily News - November 30, 2016
There are several stories we’re following in today’s rundown: a historic Smoky Mountain wildfire turns deadly; Trump’s economic team takes shape; and a new report finds juveniles with long sentences rarely get an early shot at a second chance.

 

Tuesday November 29, 2016   PNS Daily News - November 29, 2016
Here’s what’s making headlines today: Ohio State Students head back to class after a terrifying day on campus; a national day of disruption as workers fight for 15; and Americans urged to dig deeper to help others on Giving Tuesday.

 

Monday November 28, 2016   PNS Daily News - November 28, 2016
We’re featuring a variety of stories in today’s news: weeks later questions over election integrity intensify; changes in D.C. raise concerns about health care; and a horse-slaughter arrest increases the push to protect them.

 

Saturday November 26, 2016   PNS Weekend Newscast November 26th, 2016
In the news this weekend: Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90, Green party candidate Jill Stein wants a recount, a report says blame Russian propaganda for a lot of fake news stories prior to the presidential election, and some advice if shopping is on your "to do" list.

 

Friday November 25, 2016   PNS Daily Newscast - November 25, 2016
In focus on our Friday nationwide rundown; a new report finds gerrymandering Impacted election results down south; we’ll let you know why some are urging you to “Opt Outside” this Black Friday; and some reasons why Wisconsin deer are wasting away.

 

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