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PNS Daily Newscast - October 29, 2020 

Trump supporters left to battle frigid temperatures in Omaha; absentee ballots surge in Tennessee.

2020Talks - October 29, 2020 

The Supreme Court blocks North Carolina and Pennsylvania Republicans from requiring ballots to be delivered by Election Day. And a Texas court is requiring masks at polling places.

Archive: December 9, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's more than just the holiday blues hitting mental health service providers in Ohio. Months after state funding was slashed, they continue to experience trying times. The cuts affected housing programs, school-based prevention programs, suicide and violence prevention programs and ...Read More

MANCHESTER, N. H. - Email, texting, Facebook - the world of cellular phones, instant messages and online social networking sites has transformed the way many people communicate. And, while technology has made it easier for them to stay connected, it also has created a whole new set of problems for k ...Read More

ARLINGTON, Va. - The transition to a future of clean, sustainable energy will create jobs in Virginia and enhance national security by weaning the nation off its dependence on foreign oil, says Gov. Tim Kaine. He was joined this week at a Clean Energy Economy Forum by U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Sal ...Read More

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - A Governor's Task Force will present its recommendation to the State Fish and Game Commission today for a system of marine reserves that will dot the coast from Santa Barbara to the Mexico border. Boun Prasert has been fishing off California's piers for most of his adult lif ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W. Va. - After decreasing for decades, the rate of black lung disease among longtime coal miners has doubled in the last ten years. The incurable condition that affects those whose lungs have been scarred by coal dust has killed thousands. The federal Mine Safety and Health Administratio ...Read More

TAMPA, Fla. - The turf war over fertilizer use is heating up in Hillsborough County this week. On Wednesday, the county commission, in its dual role as the Environmental Protection Commission, considers limiting fertilizer pollution in area waterways. Joe Murphy, Florida program director for the Gu ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - That fresh coating of snow that fell overnight across much of Wisconsin may be pretty - but it's a potential killer. Medical experts say the combination of colder temperatures and the physical stress associated with shoveling that snow, greatly increases the workload on a person's he ...Read More

PHOENIX - Arizona could see vast new federal wilderness areas if a Bush administration policy is reversed. Under a 1976 law, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) had identified just over five percent of its 262 million acres of public lands as potential wilderness, until the process was halted by for ...Read More

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