Newscasts

PNS Daily Newscast - April 7, 2020 


Wisconsin holds its presidential primary today, despite late action by the governor to try to postpone it. And public assistance programs are overhauled in response to COVID-19.

2020Talks - April 7, 2020 


Today's the Wisconsin primary, although Democratic Gov. Tony Evers tried to delay by executive order. A conservative majority on the state Supreme Court blocked the delay, after the Republican Legislature previously stymied similar efforts.

Archive: February 13, 2009

Denver - Just one day before Valentine's Day, supporters of national health care reform will be listening for a honk and a looking for a wave from Coloradans on their way to work this morning. The Have a Heart Honk 'n Wave volunteers will fly heart-shaped balloon sculptures as others like them in ci ...Read More

Cincinnati, Ohio – Yesterday a panel of court-appointed experts sitting in a federal vaccine court denied compensation to three families with autistic children. The families argued a mercury-containing preservative - thimerasol, now no longer used in vaccines - caused autism by combining with ...Read More

Livingston, MT – A recent round of "speed dating" is hoped to lead to long-term relationships this Valentine’s Day. Sustainable food producers and buyers recently met up in Bozeman for a round of quick meet-and-greets to make connections to get products moving between farms and ranches, ...Read More

Boston, MA – Home may be where the heart is, but it also is where Massachusetts can save at least $400 million a year. Mass Home Care says state services that help elders stay home, rather than go into nursing homes, result in those savings because nursing homes are more expensive. But, Mass ...Read More

Phoenix, AZ – Supporters of public schools plan to profess their love for public education and their opposition to severe budget cuts at a Valentine’s Day rally Saturday at the State Capitol. They’ll bring holiday cards bearing positive messages about public education addressed to ...Read More

Lansing, MI - Many women 40 years old and older are finding it difficult to overcome financial and employment barriers. But, when President Obama signed his first bill, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, it was another step in helping these women attain equal pay for equal work, according to AARP. ...Read More

Cheyenne, WY – A question floating around the state capital in Cheyenne this year is – where have all the women gone? The number of women legislators is down 26 percent this year, so today, the Wyoming Women’s Legislative Caucus is trying to encourage women to "take the leap" into ...Read More

New York, NY — A NY investigation concludes that federal agents making Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids were ordered to change their mission, shifting focus from the most dangerous undocumented immigrants to just making lots of arrests. A New York law school, using the Freedom o ...Read More

1 of 2 pages   1 2 >  Last »