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PNS Daily Newscast - June 17, 2019 


Trump once again floats the idea of being president beyond two terms. Also on the Monday rundown: A new national report ranks children's well-being, from coast to coast; and a Family Care Act gains support.

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Archive: August 14, 2008

Columbus, OH - You can be fit AND fat. New research has found that half of overweight adults have normal blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Cathy Levine, a spokeswoman with the Universal Healthcare Action Network of Ohio, has a warning, though: If you want to snack guilt-free, you need regular c ...Read More

Washington, D.C. - After President Bush returns from the Beijing Olympics and celebrating warm United States/China relations, he's expected to turn his attention to the fact that China also has been the source of thousands of toxic toys that occupy shelves across the country. The president is likely ...Read More

Madison, WI – It pays to be an incumbent if you're running for office in Wisconsin. A study of fundraising by the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign finds those running for re-election out-raised their challengers by four-to-one during the first half of the year. As a result, Wisconsin Democracy Cam ...Read More

Epsom, NH - Don't buy the hype. That's the message from a Granite State scientist about calls for more offshore oil drilling. A recent Rasmussen poll says 64 percent of Americans support new offshore drilling, and 42 percent call it the "best way to cut oil prices." But Eric Orff, a former New Hamp ...Read More

Cambridge, MA - As the crisis continues in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, one aid group with Massachusetts connections is already providing relief. Mercy Corps had been preparing to launch a program aimed at increasing interaction between ethnic Ossetian and Georgian youth, when the conflict ...Read More

Chicago, IL – More than $63 million in "free money" is still sitting on the table in Illinois. That's because more than 200,000 Illinois residents have not yet filed the necessary tax forms to enable them to receive their economic stimulus checks from the government. What's holding them back? ...Read More

Eagleville, PA – A new "army" is descending on Valley Forge. It's an army of local citizens, unhappy about plans to build a commercial development on the former encampment grounds of George Washington's Continental Army. The plans would include a museum, hotel, conference center and shopping c ...Read More

Baker City, OR – The "Homegrown Prosperity" bus rolls into eastern Oregon next week. The big green vehicle with an American flag on it is powered by biodiesel, the appliances and laptops on board run on solar power, and the crew eats only locally produced foods in the towns they visit. Randy ...Read More

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