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PNS Daily News - September 20, 2017 


We're covering stories from around the globe including: Republican House leaders say they're ready to pass a new health care bill; Hurricane Maria targets Puerto Rico; and a new list highlights areas that are 'Too Wild to Drill.'

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Wednesday September 6, 2017   PNS Daily News - September 6, 2017
Florida readies for Hurricane Irma; new litigation filed to fight back against a DACA repeal; and a look at legislation that could make college a reality for struggling families. Those stories and more in today’s news.

 

Tuesday September 5, 2017   PNS Daily News - September 5, 2017
We’re featuring a variety of stories today including: Dreamers bracing for bad news on immigration protections; Hurricane Irma is now a Category Five as it tracks towards the United States; and a new report examines the threats of proposed EPA Cuts.

 

Monday September 4, 2017   PNS Daily News - September 4, 2017
Here’s a look at what’s making news today: there’s word the President will repeal the DACA program; the U.S. warns of a massive military response following a North Korea bomb test; and a look at the labor market on this day celebrating the American worker.

 

Saturday September 2, 2017   PNS Weekend Newscast - September 2nd, 2017
Making news this Labor Day weekend: Some Republican lawmakers stepping forward to say it would be wrong to deport hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, as assembly this weekend from a coalition of communities of color working to fight for climate justice, and one state is teaching it's residents about extreme weather events.

 

Friday September 1, 2017   PNS Daily Newscast - September 1, 2017
On our rundown today: blasts were reported at a Texas chemical plant in the wake of Hurricane Harvey; immigrants celebrate the blocking of a Texas “sanctuary cities” bill; and a new report finds state laws stand in the way of gains for workers.

 

Thursday August 31, 2017   PNS Daily Newscast - August 31, 2017
In focus on our nationwide rundown; a new tropical storm called Irma forms in the Atlantic; just ahead of Labor Day, President Trump rolls back labor and consumer protections; and sportsmen send a message to Western governors; "Save the Bird, Save the Herd.”

 

Wednesday August 30, 2017   PNS Daily News - August 30, 2017
Here’s a look at what’s making news today: the death toll rises from Harvey; some Washington detainees hope a hunger strike results in their release; and new research suggests fewer carbs and more fat may lead to a longer life.

 

Tuesday August 29, 2017   PNS Daily News - August 29, 2017
Amid deadly flooding Texas braces for another two feet of rain; bipartisanship sees a comeback in a climate caucus; and the president’s transgender military ban is facing litigation. Those stories and more in today’s news.

 

Monday August 28, 2017   PNS Daily News - August 28, 2017
We’re featuring several stories in today’s news including rescue and recovery continuing in the wake of Hurricane Harvey; a look at American ideals 54 years after MLK’s dream speech; and concerns arise over new attempts to replace and repeal Obamacare.

 

Friday August 25, 2017   PNS Daily Newscast - August 25, 2017
Here's the news we're following on the rundown today: Hurricane Harvey threatens Texas; peaceful protests are planned to combat right-wing rallies in California; and conservation groups say a Department of Energy study of the electric grid is seriously flawed.

 

Friday August 25, 2017   PNS Weekend Newscast - August 26th, 2017
Here's a look at what we're covering: The latest numbers are out for President Trump's approval rating and they're not flattering, 9 states are pledging to try harder to cut carbon emissions, and older folks have until the end of the weekend to take advantage of lifetime park passes.

 

Thursday August 24, 2017   PNS Daily Newscast - August 24, 2017
Featured on today’s nationwide rundown Florida set to execute the first white man for killing a black person; A new study finds a minimum-wage bump of just a dollar an hour could reduce the number of child-neglect cases; and we’ll tell you why the growth of backyard chickens is hatching a salmonella outbreak.

 

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