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PNS Daily Newscast - March 26, 2019 


Mueller reported to give Barr three weeks' heads-up that he would not make a conclusion on Trump obstruction of justice. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Poverty figures into student literacy. Plus, natural-gas waste is higher than average on Navajo lands.

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Archive: January 6, 2012

RICHMOND, Va. - From veterans facing foreclosure to domestic violence victims in need of protection, the number of people who qualify for legal assistance in Virginia is on the rise. Legal Aid offers services that help people who can't afford to pay hefty attorney fees to better navigate the often-c ...Read More

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OLYMPIA, Wash. – People entering the booming field of home-based health care will now need at least twice as much training as used to be required in Washington, and must take a certification exam. The law officially changes on Sat., Jan. 7. It is the result of two ballot measures (Initiatives ...Read More

PHOENIX - When Arizona lawmakers start their 2012 regular session on Monday, hundreds of women and men dressed in bright pink are expected to be on hand to push for unfettered access to reproductive health care. They're calling their rally "Women Are Watching." Jennie Gorrell, public policy chair f ...Read More

SAN PEDRO, Calif. – California lawmakers may be back in session deciding which state parks to close because of budget cuts, but the state's newest "underwater" parks are celebrating their grand opening. The marine protected areas off the south coast include areas like La Jolla, Catalina Island ...Read More

PIERRE, S. D. – The new year brings a leadership change to AARP-South Dakota. Pat Gross completed his six-year term as the organization's volunteer president, and Dennis Eisnach will take his spot. Eisnach previously served on the AARP national and state councils, is a former superintendent o ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - The Affordable Care Act is working, according to a new report that says it's already helping millions of New Yorkers, from children to seniors, since its passage in 2010. It adds they'll be even better off if the state passes legislation to set up a health insurance exchange. The stu ...Read More

BISMARCK, N. D. - You've likely heard mention of the "greatest generation," but have you ever heard about the "missing generation" – ? The Center for Rural Affairs has studied age distribution across the Great Plains and finds rural and urban counties have similar percentages of young people. ...Read More

HARTSVILLE, Tenn. – Research indicates rural Tennesseeans are more likely to have chronic diseases, must drive farther if they need specialty medical care, and face other hurdles to getting good healthcare. Bill Mize, CEO of the Trousdale Medical Center - a 25 bed critical-access hospital in H ...Read More

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