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PNS Daily Newscast - October 19, 2018 


Senator Corker demands the Trump administration share intelligence on the killing of a Washington Post columnist. Also on the Friday rundown: groups sue over the Texas border wall plan; and the soggy summer in some states may lead to higher pumpkin prices for Halloween.

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Archive: February 26, 2008

Missoula, MT – The nation's "war on drugs" is painful, especially for those with chronic pain. Montana doctors and civil liberties experts are meeting this week to talk about how the federal policy is keeping many health professionals from prescribing proven pain medications. Tom Daubert in ...Read More

Fresno, CA – Packing heat ready to fire in national parks has long been prohibited. Guns are allowed, but they have to be unloaded unless taken into a hunting unit. This rule, which dates from the Reagan era, is designed to protect park visitors and wildlife, according to the National Parks Co ...Read More

Des Moines, IA – The United States provides a large portion of the food aid sent to hungry people around the world. However, while food aid is a big part of the U.S. Farm Bill, it often gets lost in the shuffle in the current Farm Bill debate. Bruce Babcock, director of the Center for Agricu ...Read More

Lansing, MI – Michigan has the tools, the people, and the expertise to cash in on a manufacturing revival led by the renewable energy sector. That's the message of a new campaign to encourage the U.S. not to give up on the manufacturing industry. Susan Helper with the National Bureau of Econ ...Read More

St. Paul, MN – According to 700 hunting and fishing organizations from Minnesota and nationwide, it's time for serious action to stop global warming. They've sent an open letter to Congress calling for strong climate-change legislation. Gary Botzek is with one of the groups, the Minnesota Cons ...Read More

Fargo, ND – Do you know the symptoms of a heart attack? Despite years of public awareness campaigns, only one in four adults can name the five major warning signs of heart attacks. This discouraging news comes from the latest Centers for Disease Control survey. It's a disappointment for Kris ...Read More

Nashville, TN – Tennessee is set to repeat history. The state soon will add even more Tennesseeans to the nearly one million who don't have health coverage by kicking more than 100,000 people off TennCare health insurance. It was three years ago that nearly 200,000 Tennesseans with serious med ...Read More

Richmond, VA - As the legislature reconciles two competing payday lending reform bills, some loan store ex-employees are "blowing the whistle" on industry practices. Cameron Blakely managed and trained employees in D.C. area loan stores, and he's one of several who quit after realizing he was hurtin ...Read More

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