PNS Daily Newscast - July 7, 2020 

The U.S. Supreme Court rules against rogue 2016 Electoral College voters; SBA pandemic aid goes to companies that don't pledge to save or create jobs.

2020Talks - July 7, 2020 

Biden's climate change task force is making some progress; a federal judge orders the Dakota Access Pipeline shut down; and today sees elections in NJ and DE.

Archive: July 23, 2014

PHOTO: With demand continuing to rise for gluten-free foods, those with celiac disease are finding many new options, but not all are equal. Some gluten-free products are high in sugars and fats, used to improve taste. Photo credit: Robert Couse Baker/Flickr

DES MOINES, Iowa - As more food choices labeled as "gluten-free" show up on store shelves across the state, consumers are being warned that just because it's free of gluten doesn't automatically mean it's a healthy choice. Mary Waldner, founder of Mary's Gone Crackers, said she welcomes more option ...Read More

PHOTO: Randy Kurtz and Karen Mork, members of the Washington Federation of State Employees, help with registration at the Washington State Labor Council convention. Donations are also being collected for wildfire relief efforts in the area. Photo credit: Tim Welch

WENATCHEE, Wash. - The Washington State Labor Council's annual convention started Tuesday in an unexpected haze of smoke from the wildfires near Wenatchee. So, the group is collecting donations and handing out relief applications to anyone who has lost homes or possessions. Labor leaders are there ...Read More

PHOTO: The extremely long and harsh Wisconsin winter last year caused a propane price and shortage crisis, and consumer experts say now is the time to order your winter propane. (Photo courtesy of Purdue University)

MADISON, Wis. - It may be the last thing on your mind in the heat of summer, but a state official says it's probably the best time to order your winter propane. "Energy experts advise that consumers plan ahead by looking at options now," said Sandy Chalmers, administrator of the state Trade and Con ...Read More

PHOTO: Medical professionals gather at the Colorado Health Symposium, where members of the public are invited to participate online this week. Photo courtesy Colorado Health Foundation
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KEYSTONE, Colo. – It's like a scene from Star Trek - instead of going to the doctor when you're sick, you sit at your computer and discuss your symptoms with a medical provider. For some Colorado communities, it isn't science fiction anymore - it's a reality. Until now, access to specialized ...Read More

PHOTO: Boone County native Dustin White was one of those on a hunger strike against mountaintop removal because he says it is damaging people's health. Photo by Dan Heyman.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The "war on coal" rhetoric makes it sound as if West Virginians are unified in supporting the industry. However, polls and interviews with ordinary folks suggest that isn't true, especially if they think coal is hurting their health. Dustin White is from a longtime Boone County ...Read More

GRAPHIC: The annual Kids Count data snapshot for Virginia shows improvements in education and health, but also rising poverty among the state's children. Credit: Annie E. Casey Foundation

RICHMOND, Va. - Big steps forward on education, teen safety and reductions in teen pregnancy - but also rising poverty - are reflected in the latest "Kids Count" data snapshot. According to the 25th annual Annie E. Casey Foundation Kids Count report, Virginia has moved up two spots in the overall n ...Read More

PHOTO: Another setback for Obamacare? Tens of thousands of Utahns could lose government subsidies linked to purchasing health insurance through the Affordable Care Act if a Tuesday court ruling is upheld. Photo courtesy The White House.

SALT LAKE CITY - A court ruling on Tuesday threatens to eliminate the government tax credits that the vast majority of Utahns who purchased health insurance through the Affordable Care Act are receiving. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued a 2-1 ruling in a lawsuit ...Read More

PHOTO: In Tennessee, the economic impact of last year's national park visits and the jobs they supported topped $700 million. Photo credit: Nano Anderson/Flickr

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - They are some of Tennessee's most pristine areas, and a new study shows national parks are not just great places to spend the day but also major drivers of the local economy. In 2013, said National Park Service spokesman Jeffrey Olson, national parks in Tennessee saw more than 8 ...Read More

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