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PNS Daily Newscast - September 25, 2018 


The list of accusers against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to swell. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Hurricane Florence SNAPs North Carolina to attention on the importance of food benefits; plus a new report says young parents need better supports.

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Archive: October 28, 2009

LEBANON, Va. - The tab for the Virginia governor's race is more than $19.6 million -- and a look at the campaign donation "money trail" shows most of the cash is coming from Political Action Committees (PACs). The second-largest donor category this election season is a group that, until recent years ...Read More

MORRIS, Minn. - For those new to organic farming in Minnesota, spending time with someone who's already in the business is a great way to learn. That's the whole idea behind the Farmer-to-Farmer program from the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES). The mentoring program pairs e ...Read More

CLEVELAND - Lake Erie and the other Great Lakes serve as economic engines for the Midwest region, although experts say they face potentially devastating environmental threats. An Interagency Ocean Policy Task force wants to hear firsthand about these problems, and suggestions for solving them, from ...Read More

LAS VEGAS - Nevada is one of the winners, as President Obama announced 100 "smart-grid" projects across the country on Tuesday. They will share $3.4 billion dollars in federal stimulus money, in the form of grants to companies and communities working together to modernize the nation's electrical dis ...Read More

MADRAS, Ore. - Just in time for Halloween, a wilderness area named "Coffin Rock" is being pitched to Congress in Central Oregon, just north of Madras, as part of a proposed land swap between a Christian youth camp and the Bureau of Land Management. The deal would make it easier for the public to get ...Read More

Rapid City, SD - A top economist from the U.S. Federal Reserve comes to South Dakota on Thursday (October 29), with a unique perspective on the kinds of economic development the state should consider. Art Rolnick, with the Federal Reserve's Minneapolis office, says most people think of such develop ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W. Va. - For a while, it seemed like the number of health problems for West Virginians exposed to asbestos was falling off. However, a lawyer who works on these cancer cases says new ones are cropping up in a group many had not expected. According to Charleston attorney Bill Schwartz, t ...Read More

PHOENIX - If you're not young, pregnant or a caregiver, Arizona health officials predict it will likely be several weeks before you can get H1N1 flu shots. Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine, a medical epidemiologist for Maricopa County Health, says those in the lowest-priority groups will have to fend for them ...Read More

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