Monday May 25, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 25, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; On this Memorial Day, President Obama is honoring the many Americans who paid the ultimate price in service to their country; Memorial Day can also mark the start of summer, which can mean more drownings, we’ll have a report out of Arizona, on National Drowning Prevention Month; and a report on a possible political debate at Centre College in Kentucky.
Saturday May 23, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - May 23, 2015
In focus on our nationwide rundown: The U.S. Senate shoots down a comprise on domestic spying; a new survey finds a majority of voters in the Lone Star State oppose LGBT discrimination; and a safety mindset for boaters over this long Memorial Day weekend.
Friday May 22, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 22, 2015
Featured on our Friday rundown: new charges in Baltimore against a half dozen police officers in the Freddy Gray case; high school graduation rates are up in Ohio, but disparities persist; a professor says he was punished for raising questions about GMO crops; and tips on safety and avoiding road rage as the summer travel season kicks into gear.
Thursday May 21, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 21, 2015
We’re featuring stories from coast to coast including: the clock is ticking on the NSA’s surveillance program; a California oil spill raises worries along other coastlines; and record support for same-sex marriage in the United States.
Wednesday May 20, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 20, 2015
Today’s news highlights a variety of topics including: a key victory for supporters of raising pay for low-earning workers; fake cancer charities taken to task by federal investigators and parents pursue a change in Michigan gun laws.
Tuesday May 19, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 19, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; a new report calls for more foster families and other changes to help get more kids out of group homes and into a family environment; President Obama is ending the federal government’s policy of providing military-style weapons to local police departments; summer vacation plans on public lands could change dramatically if the push to turn federal lands over to state control succeeds.
Monday May 18, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 18, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including: President Obama is being sued over the safety rules for oil shipped by rail; Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is being asked to monitor a possible escalation in fracking on lands sacred to many Native Americans; a new report shows California is a world leader in cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Saturday May 16, 2015 PNS Weekend Update - May 16. 2015
Among the stories on our weekend rundown; the FBI asked to probe whether a projectile struck Amtrak 188; a chemical safety vote is pending out West; while students in Massachusetts just got "Opt Out" support; and a Kenyan student learns reforestation by way of West Virginia spruce trees.
Friday May 15, 2015 PNS Daily News
A variety of updates featured on our Friday rundown: a sharp and sudden increase in speed is the latest clue in the Amtrak derailment probe; a new report says science backs up New York’s fracking ban; and the details on why 911 is still the best call in rural areas.
Thursday May 14, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 14, 2015
We’re covering stories from around the country including: the latest developments in a deadly train derailment; postal workers hold nationwide strikes; and how a conflict of interest loophole could be ruining your retirement.
Wednesday May 13, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 13, 2015
We’re covering a variety of stories in today’s news including: a deadly train derailment in Philadelphia; Democrats deliver a blow to the President’s fast-track trade bill; vivid descriptions from Nevadans on the ground in Nepal; and the battle continues over an oil rig homeport in Seattle.
Tuesday May 12, 2015 PNS Daily News - May 12, 2015
We’re covering stories from coast to coast, including; four suspects are in custody as Hattiesburg, Mississippi residents mourn two police officers shot to death during a traffic stop over the weekend; National Police Week underway remembers fallen officers across the U.S.; California could see major price hikes for cigarettes and soft drinks.