PNS Daily Newscast - May 25, 2020 

Updates on Memorial Day 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic; and tomorrow is a deadline for some voters.

2020Talks - May 25, 2020 

Overseas service members and people with physical disabilities will be able to vote online this year in West Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey. Election security experts have some concerns.

Archive: February 19, 2007

The American Heart Association is challenging South Dakota women to stop heart disease by taking the "Go Red Heart Check-Up," an online assessment of their heart health. It's part of National Heart Month, and this year's American Heart Association focus is a challenge to one million women, to preve ...Read More

Every year, tons of precious Iowa topsoil wash away into rivers and lakes, damaging water quality and leaving less fertile soil behind. Soil scientist Jeremy Singer with the National Soil Tilth Laboratory in Ames says there's a way to stop this waste. The best solution may be "cover crops," grains s ...Read More

There's help for Minnesotans who are struggling with income tax forms and/or can't afford an accountant to help sort them out. Free tax counseling and preparation services are now available statewide, from AARP Minnesota and Amy McDonough says they're just a phone call away. "It's a confidential, ...Read More

A chilly State Capitol sleepover ends this morning, as more than 50 church members, state lawmakers, and advocates for the homeless strike their tents. The tent city was erected on Sunday to call attention to Nevada's homelessness problem, with one of the highest homeless rates in the nation. Asse ...Read More

New Hampshire is the only one in the nation, and last in the nation, and the rankings are nothing to brag about. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Granite State is the only one without an adult seat belt law, and last in the nation when it comes to observed seat b ...Read More

Almost a quarter of all New Mexico residents don't have health insurance, and today hundreds of healthcare advocates gathered at the State Capitol to support a proposed "Health Security Act" that would significantly expand coverage. Ona Porter of Community Action New Mexico says the plan would make ...Read More

Sometimes, it doesn't pay to be successful. Long Island HIV support programs are showing such good results that they're getting a budget cut from Congress. Michael Engrassia runs HIV and AIDS services for Catholic Charities of Long Island. He explains that federal funding is based on the number of ...Read More

People around the country are detecting a literal "odor of discontent" about confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in Idaho. Plans for a CAFO in Jerome County have brought air quality objections from locals, as well as people from other countries. Thus far, however, they are objections to whic ...Read More

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