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PNS Daily Newscast - July 16, 2019 


House Democrats prepare for vote condemning Trump's attacks on progressive freshman women. Also on our Tuesday rundown: Immigrants’ rights groups slam asylum rules that take effect today. Plus, summer meals aim to prevent kids' academic slide.

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Archive: June 16, 2009

Jefferson City, MO – Every summer, kids out of school start suffering from the "There's Nothing to Do Syndrome," commonly called boredom. The remedy might just be a good book. Doug Scott, policy director for the Campaign for America's Wilderness, has written a book for the whole family that en ...Read More

East Lansing, MI - Wanted: Future leaders to advocate for those with mental challenges in Michigan. The Association for Children's Mental Health (ACMH) in the state is training those potential future leaders in effective communications this week at Michigan State University. Jessica West, the organi ...Read More

Albany, NY - School's just about out. Some parents are either absent or overworked, grandparents may be physically limited or overworked themselves, and summer camp or day camp are too expensive, given the sour economy. Ron Rosen sees the effects in his home town, Poughkeepsie: Teens and "tweens" le ...Read More

Columbus - National Men's Health Week is the time to raise awareness of preventable diseases and treatment. During this week leading up to Father's Day, South Dakotans can celebrate a healthy lifestyle and get Dad his regular screenings. Women out-live men, but the life expectancy gap is shrinking ...Read More

Columbus – The line has been drawn – change your ways or face the ballot box. The Humane Society of the United States wants Ohio farm groups to ban confinement used for gestating sows, veal crates and laying hens. The president of the Ohio Farmer's Union, Roger Wise, says the request has ...Read More

Minneapolis, MN – The nation has had three days to make the long-awaited technological conversion from analog to a digital TV signal, which is designed to improve picture quality. One concern, however, has been how well rural Minnesota will adapt. Amalia Deloney, senior fellow with the Main St ...Read More

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