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PNS Daily Newscast - Friday, August 23, 2019 


A federal court ruling changes how the President is elected, and Florida Democrats trigger a special session vote on guns. Those stories and more in today's news.

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Archive: July 2, 2007

If you're one of the growing number of Ohioans facing a foreclosure on your home, housing experts say you should look for help now. Ed Kramer of Cleveland is with Housing Advocates. He says many people at risk of foreclosure have a chance to keep their homes through refinancing or other options, b ...Read More

The House Natural Resources Committee wants to know the extent of Vice President Dick Cheney's involvement in the West's largest adult salmon kill in history. They're opening hearings on the controversial 2002 plan that diverted water to irrigators in violation of the Endangered Species Act. Steve ...Read More

Keeping kids healthy is a slippery slope. That's the story for Tennessee in the new KIDS Count report that tracks data on indicators of a healthy childhood. The state made improvements, but other states made progress more quickly, so the state slipped to 46th in the nation for healthy kids. Shelby T ...Read More

Family caregivers may not get paid to take care of their loved ones, but the value of the care they provide is worth billions. A new study from AARP estimates the economic value of caregivers in Washington at over seven billion dollars a year. Jason Erskine with AARP Washington says family caregiver ...Read More

Raising kids can be hard work, and West Virginians around the state are teaming up to lend their neighbors a helping hand. It's part of a statewide program that gives grants to local community groups to help parents with everything from educational baby showers to child development seminars. Lauri ...Read More

A new study finds that workers in no-smoking restaurants have lower levels of cancer-causing chemicals in their bodies than workers in restaurants that allow smoking. Supporters of Wisconsin's proposed smoke-free workplace law say that's another good reason to keep smoking out of restaurants and b ...Read More

Congress will decide this year whether to reauthorize the controversial "No Child Left Behind Act," and they can expect some advice from over three million educators meeting in Philadelphia this week. Dianne Loonan, a 6th grade teacher from Watertown, says students should be tested on how they perf ...Read More

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