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PNS Daily Newscast - May 23, 2018 


The Mueller probe lands another cooperating witness. Also on the rundown: The GAO gives a green light for CHIP cuts; and hurricane experts say – don’t let down guard down.

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Archive: May 25, 2012

RICHMOND, Va. – Faith leaders from Virginia and around the country convened in Washington D.C. on Thursday, to give statements to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in support of its first-ever proposed limits on carbon dioxide emissions from new power plants. The EPA says power plants ...Read More

(L to R): Chuck Bennett, Confederation of OR School Administrators; Hanna Vaandering, OR Education Assn.; Betsy Miller-Jones, OR School Boards Assn.; Lindsey Capps, OR Education Assn.; Susan Castillo, OR Superintendent of Schools.

PORTLAND, Ore. – This week, a team of educators from Oregon has been in Cincinnati, Ohio, with counterparts from 40 other states. At the conference, called Collaborating to Transform the Teaching Profession, educators and school administrators spent two days brainstorming ways to improve stude ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio – It's going to be a hot, sunny Memorial Day weekend in Ohio, but before heading outside, experts say families should make sure they take the right precautions to stay safe in the sun. Every year, the Friday before Memorial Day is designated "Don't Fry Day." Lindsey Wright, a n ...Read More

RALEIGH, N. C. – Thousands of people will visit North Carolina's national and state parks over this Memorial Day weekend and through the summer - and this year, they may notice fewer staffers on site for park upkeep, tours, or for fielding questions. Continued cuts to national parks' budgets a ...Read More

MELBOURNE, Fla. – It's likely many Floridians will choose to play in the dirt a little bit over the Memorial Day weekend - and there's a way to use your green thumb to breathe more 'life' into native wildlife, no matter how small your yard or garden. May is "Garden for Wildlife Month," and th ...Read More

NEW YORK – It's not often that the suspension of a high school freshman makes news around the world, but it happened this week on Long Island. Jessie Barba returned to Longwood High School on Thursday after being suspended for creating a Facebook video about a fake suicide. Barba said it was a ...Read More

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