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PNS Daily Newscast - September 23, 2020 

U.S. COVID-19 deaths double in last 4 months as total tops 200,000; poll workers in short supply as Texas registers a record number of voters.

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Mitt Romney supports putting a Supreme Court nominee to a vote. Plus, $20 million raised so far to pay court fees, fines for returning citizens to vote after being incarcerated.

Archive: April 27, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS - Move over mosquitoes: The deer ticks are soaking up climate change and could become a rival problem for humans in the northern states. According to the National Wildlife Federation, climate change is allowing a host of exotic species to move into the region that will continue to spread ...Read More

BISMARCK, N.D. - Many people who live in remote parts of rural North Dakota go without health care coverage or have limited access to it, and many depend on community health clinics scattered across the state. Under the new national health care law, that may soon be changing. Karen Larson, deput ...Read More

CINCINNATI - This week marks a half-century since the 'beginning of the end' for polio in the United States, with the first mass distribution of the oral vaccine in Ohio, where it was developed by Dr. Albert Sabin at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Unlike the first polio vaccine developed by Jonas S ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - With the news that the new national climate and energy bill seems to have fallen into legislative limbo for the time being, a handful of Ohioans are headed to Washington. They say they're hoping to remind the state's senators about what they see as the bill's potential to improve na ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - This could be the year to visit Hells Canyon instead of the Grand Canyon, depending on one's political point of view. Some advocates of immigration reform are asking people to leave Arizona out of their summer vacation plans, to protest its tough new state law on immigration. Here ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - Monday's news on Capitol Hill revolved around a possible Republican filibuster of the latest version of a financial reform bill. Today in Portland, however, consumers aren't waiting to see if lawmakers will break another party-line stalemate. "I Am Not Your ATM" comes to Portland t ...Read More

THORNTON, Colo. - With much of the nation facing a shortage of primary care doctors, a Colorado program is helping with a creative cure. The Colorado Health Foundation's Physician Loan Repayment Program is now in its third year of helping to get primary care physicians into rural areas and under-ser ...Read More

PHOENIX - Management rules for the nation's forests and grasslands haven't changed for nearly 30 years. A Forest Service listening tour comes to Phoenix Wednesday evening, seeking public input from a wide variety of forest users on updating those rules. Scotty Johnson, the Arizona senior outreach ...Read More

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