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PNS Daily Newscast - August 14, 2020 

Trump rebuffs Biden's call for a national mask mandate; nurses warn of risks of in-person school.

2020Talks - August 14, 2020 

Responses to President Trump's suggestion that he opposes more Postal Service funding in part to prevent expanded mail-in voting; and Puerto Rico's second try at a primary on Sunday.

Archive: March 15, 2010

MADISON, Wis. - The dreaded tax date, April 15th, is exactly a month away, and there are some things to keep in mind when you decide who is going to prepare your tax return. Marshall Mennenga of Mennenga Tax and Financial Services, Madison, has a word of caution to those who are looking for help in ...Read More

SEATTLE - It's like juggling three flaming torches – Washington legislators can make further cuts to state services and programs, enact tax increases or close tax loopholes. This week at a special session, the lawmakers will try to agree on a combination of actions to balance the state budget ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is recommending tougher standards to clean up ground-level ozone pollution, commonly known as smog, and public comments are being accepted on the proposal for one more week. Ground-level ozone has been linked to serious health problems ...Read More

NAPLES, Fla. - There are only some 100 Florida panthers left in the state, and public awareness may be the key to their long-term survival. Organizations dedicated to saving Florida's official animal say public information concerning the Florida panther is an important element in protecting them. ...Read More

NEW YORK - Two years ago today, a high-rise construction crane collapsed in Manhattan, killing seven workers. It was the first of two fatal crane accidents in 2008 that prompted the city council and mayor to craft more than 20 new safety rules. Louis Coletti, the president of BTEA, New York's Alli ...Read More

CONCORD, N.H. - When people are sick with the flu, most doctors advise them to stay home to get better faster and to prevent the spread of illness to others, but that might be easier said than done. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 200,000 New Hampshire workers in the priv ...Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota farmers are joining the voices of complaint as federal officials hold hearings about how much control a few corporations have over the nation's food supply. The government is pledging to begin a new era of antitrust enforcement, seeking to balance agricultural power among com ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Pounding the pavement looking for work is itself no easy task, but it's especially daunting for older Ohioans who haven't been in the market for a new job in a long time. AARP Ohio is offering free assistance at career fairs this month to specifically help those over the age of 50 l ...Read More

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