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PNS Daily Newscast - July 19, 2019 


Chants of a different sort greet U.S. Rep. Omar upon her return home to Minnesota. Also on our Friday rundown: A new report says gunshot survivors need more outreach, support. Plus, sharing climate-change perspectives in Charlotte.

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Archive: November 15, 2007

Boston, MA – Some Massachusetts residents are getting the chance to walk a day in a teacher's shoes. As part of "American Education Week," some schools will take part in what's called "Educator for a Day." Citizens will step in to try everything from teaching a class, to monitoring the halls a ...Read More

Bismarck, ND – Since 1990, the rate of diabetes has increased five percent a year in the U.S. and now more than 20 million Americans have Type 2 diabetes. Among Native Americans, diabetes is even more prevalent, and it's the subject of discussion today at United Tribes Technical College in Bis ...Read More

Bismarck, ND – North Dakota Governor Hoeven and other members of the Midwest Governor's Association are attending an Energy Security and Climate Stewardship Summit in Milwaukee. Jack Breen with the Dakota Resource Council says this is the first time governors from the wind-rich upper Midwest a ...Read More

Albany, NY - There's good news for New York families concerned about the emotional health of their children. The state has launched a new program to screen kids at about 100 locations where kids gather every day. The program, called "Child and Family Clinic Plus," provides early intervention and tre ...Read More

Manchester, NH – A report being released in Manchester today says fewer than 40 percent of the Presidential candidates have the courage to answer tough questions about the issues. Anne Miller of New Hampshire Peace Action says others seem to be targeting their answers to narrow groups of vote ...Read More

St. Paul, MN – Today marks the 31st "Great American Smokeout," an observance with roots in Minnesota. Matt Flory with the state American Cancer Society says the idea is to encourage smokers to abstain. "We're asking current smokers to make a pledge today to quit for just one day. One day, as ...Read More

Socorro, NM – The annual "Festival of the Cranes" is underway at the Bosque near Socorro this week, but plans to drill in the birds' Alaskan nesting grounds have conservationists worried that the festival's main attraction could be in jeopardy. Steve Zack with the Wildlife Conservation Society ...Read More

Sacramento, CA – With the California Primary less than three months away, voters are trying to understand where candidates stand on hot-button issues, including abortion and immigration. But if a presidential candidate is asked directly about such issues, it's not likely they will answer. That ...Read More

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