PNS Daily News - October 28, 2016 

Here are the stories getting a closer look on today's rundown: armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge are found not guilty; teachers try to keep discussion of this year’s election civil; and groups fight for a name change at Yale University.

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SEATTLE -- Across the country, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of children who have health coverage - with Washington state making ...Read More
LONG BEACH, Wash. – Jobs are coming back and incomes are improving across Washington state, but families still are struggling to pay for the ...Read More
SEATTLE – Young people voting for the first time in this election may never see another presidential faceoff like it again. Today in Seattle at ...Read More
SEATTLE – Tonight the Council on American-Islamic Relations will host two debates in Redmond between Washington state politicians. The Office ...Read More
TACOMA, Wash. – Native Americans are more likely to be killed by police than any other group of people in the United States. That's according ...Read More
SEATTLE – Forty years ago today, legislation changed the way the Bureau of Land Management looks after public lands, making preservation for ...Read More
SEATTLE – Families and communities across the country today are marking Lights On Afterschool, the 17th annual event celebrating the role after- ...Read More
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Thursday is International Credit Union Day, and the case for these kinds of institutions has grown stronger with customers as ...Read More
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