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PNS Daily Newscast - May 21 , 2019 


The DOJ says former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify. Also on our Tuesday rundown: “Stop the Bans” protests over extreme abortion laws; education a hot topic in the Bay State; and guess how many adults have tried marijuana?

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Archive: May 19, 2008

Nashville, TN – It's "Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month," and advocates are working to turn around a rising trend of teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases, both nationwide and in Tennessee. Advocates say a comprehensive sex education program is the best approach to arming teens with ...Read More

Johnson Creek, WI - Clean air, clean lungs and some free fuel: The American Lung Association of Wisconsin is marking its 100th anniversary by celebrating the opening of the state's 100th E-85 fuel station. The celebration includes events through the week, focused on the state's air quality improveme ...Read More

Buffalo, NY - Parents and educators from around the state are looking to "shine some light" on schools. They're bringing light bulbs and ideas to the New York Board of Regents in Buffalo and elsewhere today. Their goal is to make sure parents and communities play a strong role in how schools take ac ...Read More

Columbus, OH - Rising fuel and food prices are creating a bigger budget pinch in households across Ohio. More people who never asked for help before now find themselves choosing between stopping at the gas station or the supermarket. Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association ...Read More

Staunton, VA - Call it coincidence or clouding the issue. On Thursday, the National Parks Conservation Association put out a report saying air quality in Virginia's Shenandoah National Park is threatened by several proposed new coal-fired power plants. On Friday, the Bush administration announced pl ...Read More

Las Vegas, NV – While you may not ever cross paths with a polar bear in Nevada, what happens in this state can seriously affect the endangered bears. Arizona Senator and Republican presidential candidate John McCain recently broke ranks with President Bush on the issue of global warming, and e ...Read More

Vancouver, WA – About half the Baby Boomer generation plans to work at least part-time in retirement, and Washington's community colleges are gearing up to help with their career choices. Three Washington schools are among only 15 in the nation to get new grants to create programs especially f ...Read More

Portland, OR – It has been exactly two years since Portland had its first "listening session" between citizens and police about racial profiling--the practice of police stopping or searching members of ethnic minorities more often than whites. The city has promised an action plan to make polic ...Read More

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