PNS Daily Newscast - July 2, 2020 

The White House says no response is planned to reported Russian bounties on U.S. troops; House Democrats unveil an ambitious plan to curb climate change.

2020Talks - July 2, 2020 

Richmond, Virginia joins other states removing its Confederate monuments, despite ardent resistance from the president. Plus, Senate Republicans removed a provision in the Pentagon spending bill requiring campaigns to report foreign help.

Archive: May 4, 2011

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - The American Heart Association's new "Walking Path" phone application can make it easier to find a safe, free, nearby walking path so people can get exercise for better health. The free app, available for Android phones, iPhones and iPads, can help find a safe nearby walking path. ...Read More

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Nearly a quarter of the state's population is going without health insurance, according to a new poll. The annual Kentucky Health Issues Poll, a random sample of more than 1,600 Kentucky adults, is a snapshot of how many adults younger than age 65 in the state have health coverage. ...Read More

PHOENIX - Two-thirds of Arizona state lawmakers get failing grades on this year's Sierra Club Environmental Report Card. The legislators - 60 out of 90 - were downgraded to "Fs" for voting to ignore federal protections for water, air and endangered species, and to weaken land use regulations. Sandy ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - A plan to provide state funding to four State University of New York (SUNY) campuses that partner with businesses to create local jobs, announced this week by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is being viewed with cautious optimism in some quarters. Campuses in Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo and Stony ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - As Ohio climbs out of the recession, new research finds the door to recovery is not yet open for renters. The report finds that more than half of renters in Ohio don't earn enough money to afford the cost of a basic two-bedroom apartment. Bill Faith, executive director of the Coal ...Read More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Most teachers in Tennessee are giving the state a passing grade when it comes to their jobs and workplaces. In the first-ever statewide survey of educators, more than eight out of 10 say their school is a good place to work and learn. Most feel they have the resources they need t ...Read More

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