PNS Daily Newscast - April 6, 2020 

More than 3 million Americans have lost employer-based health insurance over the past two weeks; and policy analysts look to keep us healthy and financially stable.

2020Talks - April 6, 2020 

Wisconsin is planning to go ahead with primaries as usual, despite requests for a delay from the Governor, and lawsuits from voting rights advocates. There's also a judicial election, where a liberal judge is challenging the conservative incumbent.

Archive: March 5, 2012

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ROSWELL, N.M. - The New Mexico Agriculture Department wants to expand its ongoing battle against feral hogs. The list of plants and animals they threaten directly and indirectly is long. It includes deer, reptiles, rabbits and the food sources of eagles and coyotes. Alan May, the state director fo ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio continues to move towards recovery from the economic downturn that left many without work and forced others out of their homes. The economic situation has left many Ohioans still looking for jobs, food and shelter. But thousands of residents have been able to pull themselves ...Read More

SEATTLE - Starting this month, more than 314,000 chinook salmon are expected to make their way up the Columbia River - an impressive spring return, if it happens. However, the actual numbers often end up being very different than the early projections, and last year, none of the salmon stock returns ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - From California to New York, there are signs of renewed unrest on American college campuses. Tuition hikes and soaring student loan debt are fueling much of the students' frustration. Sean Collins, a senior at SUNY Albany who is planning a protest today at the Capitol, says student po ...Read More

PIERRE, S.D. - The 2012 session of the South Dakota Legislature passed a bill that will reward some teachers, take away some of their job security, and require major changes in how they are evaluated. HB1234, sponsored by Gov. Dennis Daugaard, would give bonuses to math and science teachers, and the ...Read More

DENVER - This month marks the start of the third year of the Affordable Care Act. But there is still much confusion as to what the health-care reform law does and doesn't provide for consumers. A recent Kaiser Family Foundation study found that consumers don't really understand many of the Act's key ...Read More

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Thousands of students, teachers and workers are flooding the state capital today to protest cuts to education. The "Occupy the Capitol" rally began last week for some protesters, who marched 99 miles from Oakland to Sacramento. Matthew Goldstein, president of the Peralta Feder ...Read More

AUSTIN, Texas - Sure, those new electric meters are "smart," but are they safe? The high-tech devices that have been replacing millions of spinning-dial electric meters across the state can automatically transmit a wealth of usage information to consumers and providers. Privacy advocates are concern ...Read More

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