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PNS Daily Newscast - November 21, 2018 


Senators from both sides of the aisle want Trump to clear the air on the Khashoggi killing. Also on the Wednesday rundown: Massachusetts leads the U.S. in the fentanyl-overdose death rate; plus we will let you know why business want to preserve New Mexico’s special places.

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Archive: October 29, 2007

Olympia, WA – Teaching a child to read can be tough when parents don't have the language skills or are busy working just to make ends meet. That's why 14 Washington educational programs are splitting $1.5 million in new "Reading Readiness" grants, to teach low-income and non-English-speaking p ...Read More

Des Moines, IA – Iowa has a new film star -- now playing in a field near you. Two friends from Yale University set out to make a documentary about the nation's food system and farm policy. The result is "King Corn," premiering in Iowa on November 7. The film's coproducer, Curt Ellis, says th ...Read More

Carson City, NV – Democracy and freedom depend on the legal system, and the ability of everyday citizens to access that system. To that end, Nevadans are getting some free nuts-and-bolts advice this fall at the "People's Law School." Attorney Ann Price McCarthy says it's a chance to find out e ...Read More

Keene, NH – In less than the four seconds it took him to fall from the Golden Gate Bridge in 2000, suicide attempt survivor John Kevin Hines decided it was a bad idea. "After I left that rail, the second I hit freefall, I said 'I don’t want to die.' I was shocked into a reality that I n ...Read More

Memphis, TN – A red, white and blue bus is trying to crash through "barriers" this week in Tennessee. The "Road to Freedom" bus will make stops in several cities to call attention to the barriers faced by people with disabilities, especially in the workplace. Jim Ward, of the National Coalit ...Read More

St. Paul, MN – A proposal to provide compensation to victims of disasters, including those in the I-35 bridge collapse, is getting support from the legal community. Joe Crumley with the Minnesota Association for Justice says current law limits the state's liability to $1 million for all claims ...Read More

Richmond, VA – When people make less money, they get sicker. A Virginia physician and professor believes it's a statement that should sound an alarm for those concerned about the future of medicine. He says today's economic consequences will overwhelm the nation's healthcare system for years t ...Read More

Boston, MA – Residents of Massachusetts have only two weeks to get the health insurance coverage required to meet the state's end-of-year deadline. It's being recommended that everyone sign up by November 15 and Paulo Pinto, executive director of the Massachusetts Association of Portuguese Spe ...Read More

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