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PNS Daily Newscast - March 27, 2020 


The U.S. now has more confirmed coronavirus cases than any other country. Despite the pandemic, Election 2020 continues and states are making changes.

2020Talks - March 27, 2020 


3.3 million people reported being jobless last week, according to new Labor Department numbers. And Puerto Rico was supposed to hold primaries this weekend, though they pushed it back to late April, because of COVID-19.

Archive: June 1, 2009

Kansas City, MO - Protecting children during the summer months means more than putting on a bike helmet and sunscreen. Preventing injuries from lawn mowing is equally as important, experts say, as National Safety Month begins. Mowing lawns is common in summer. For many teenagers, this work may be ...Read More

Blacksburg, VA - The Virginia Employment Commission projects that unemployment rates will rise this summer as more major manufacturers close and college graduates enter the job market. Figures released by the commission on May 29 show the state's unemployment rate held steady this spring, but twice ...Read More

Phoenix, AZ – Arizona lawmakers have only 30 days to avoid a state government shutdown by passing a budget that fixes a $3 billion shortfall. Republican legislative leaders say the biggest deficit in state history must be erased with more spending cuts and no tax increase. But Republican Gov. ...Read More

Cincinnati – A sexy virtual persona is not just an innocent way to fit in with the "cool" crowd. It can lead to risky behavior in teenage girls. A new study finds that teens who portray themselves in a provocative way online are more likely to receive online sexual advances and then meet the s ...Read More

Chicago, IL – It's a broad group with the same goal. Community, faith, labor and business leaders gather in Chicago today to kick off the "Reform Immigration for America Campaign," a national effort to build momentum for comprehensive immigration reform this year. The executive director of t ...Read More

Albany, NY – Congress is marching forward quickly toward closing a loophole that affects New York military personnel, and active-duty troops throughout the country, who are harmed through medical malpractice. Right now, they have no right to take such cases to court, although their spouses, as ...Read More

New York, NY - Congresswoman Nydia Velasquez of New York, the chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, is in the spotlight as New York activists kick off a nationwide campaign aimed at fixing America's immigration system. The push to reform immigration starts in earnest Wednesday, when a nation ...Read More

Seattle, WA – City and county officials concerned about gangs, youth crime and at-risk kids will be turning to experts today to figure out how to get more teens involved in positive activities. After-school and summer programs are one way to keep Washington State students learning and out of t ...Read More

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