PNS Daily News - August 31, 2016 

A senior ISIS leader killed in Iraq; an investigative report alleges efforts to remove minority voters from the rolls; how housing could be the new frontier for health care plans; and a look at summertime asthma attacks triggered by oil and gas pollution. Those stories and more coming up.

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INDIANAPOLIS – A new study from the Clean Air Task Force, an environmental research and advocacy group, says more than 100,000 people in ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS – A lawmaker from Indiana is being honored for authoring a bill that benefits older Americans and their families. U.S. Rep ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana has been hailed as a state that's made some progress in securing equality for women, but advocates say there's still a lot of ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS - The growth of solar- and wind-related jobs could easily absorb coal-industry layoffs over the next 15 years and provide full-time caree ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS – Immigrants play a key role in Indiana's economy, according to a report by the Partnership for a New American Economy. The ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS — New tests found significant decreases in the use of bee-killing pesticides on "bee-friendly" plants. That’s good news for ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS - Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are dominating the headlines, but in many states, other names will be on the ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS - Environmental groups have been stepping up pressure on federal agencies over coal-ash pollution in the state, and now there is another ...Read More
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