Saturday August 29, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - August 29, 2015
Our news today feature a variety of stories including: a state of emergency for Florida ahead of Tropical Storm Erika; hunger a growing problem among older Americans; and Stephanie Carson reports on an effort ensure workers get the money they deserve.
Friday August 28, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 28, 2015
Today’s rundown highlights issues from around the nation including: a new clean water rule blocked; with tax dollars up in flames the feds look to limit gas flaring; a decision could open the door to fast-food unions; and groups are fired up over Donald Trump’s latest anti-immigrant rhetoric.
Thursday August 27, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 27, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; a television reporter and cameraman are fatally shot during a live television broadcast in Virginia; and a federal class action lawsuit claims thousands of non-English speaking parents in Philadelphia are being denied the opportunity to meaningfully participate in the special education process; and the wolf pack in back in California.
Wednesday August 26, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 26, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; it was 95 years ago today that the 19th Amendment became law - giving women the right to vote; Tim Morrissey reports on a proposed law in Wisconsin which some people say gives special treatment to politicians; and the CDC reports that 99 percent of contact lens wearers report at least one hygiene risk behavior, which could lead to blindness.
Tuesday August 25, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 25, 2015
A variety of issues on our national rundown including; all eyes back on Wall Street today; legal questions in a Colorado Rape Case; a protest in Florida over stalled judicial nominations; and we’ll let you know why today’s the perfect day to visit a National Park.
Monday August 24, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 24, 2015
A variety of issues from around the nation including; one state still struggling to adopt a budget while another is roaring back from the Great Recession; some perspective on how anti-immigrant speech can have violent consequences; and a report on how the U.S. is failing mom’s on paid maternity leave.
Saturday August 22, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - August 22, 2015
Our headlines include stories from around the nation and the world including: two Americans overpower a gunman on a high-speed train; a look at the impact of President Obama’s new overtime rules; and privacy vs. marketing: the changing dynamic of social media.
Friday August 21, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 21, 2015
Today’s news features a variety of topics including: the Dreamer program looks over shoulder at the GOP candidates’ threat; critics say opting out of standardized testing may skew performance data; and new research says humans have become super predators who are throwing the ecosystem out of balance.
Thursday August 20, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 20, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; advocates are praising the new EPA rules to cut methane gas emissions, but say more needs to be done; a report out of Arizona shows America’s love affair with the car may be cooling off; and many people love to eat it, but Stephanie Carson reports on the health risks linked to the southern diet.
Wednesday August 19, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 19, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; organized labor officials are urging public input on the U.S. Labor Department’s proposed overtime rule; and Chris Thomas reports on opposition to a proposed oil shipping terminal in Vancouver, Washington; and President Obama appoints the first openly transgender White House staff member.
Tuesday August 18, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 18, 2015
In focus on our nationwide rundown; candidates Clinton and Sanders prepare to address a major labor union in Nevada; energy updates on nuclear, coal and fracking; the plague shuts down a national park campground; and more young people lighting up e-cigarettes.
Monday August 17, 2015 PNS Daily News - August 17, 2015
A variety of issues on today’s rundown including; Donald Trump again grabs headlines with his stand on immigration; as kids get ready to head back to school, a new study says middle and high school students need more sleep; and New York taking action to protect nail salon workers.