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PNS Daily News- February 15, 2019 


Shutdown averted and a national emergency declaration; A push in Iowa for virtual caucus attendance for 2020 primaries; and concerns about legislation that could hide oil pipeline records. Those stories and more in today’s news.

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IMAGE: This is a graphic representation of areas of a child's brain that are affected by stressors such as poverty, neglect and physical abuse. (Image provided by UW-Madison)

MADISON, Wis. – Chronic, toxic stress such as poverty, neglect and physical abuse can have a lasting impact, according to a study just completed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. One of the co-authors of the study, Sarah Romens, says early childhood stress can affect a child for the re ...Read More

PHOTO: Free legal guidance is available at the 5th Annual Community Law Day this Saturday at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Photo credit: U.S. Justice Department.

LAS VEGAS – Nevadans who cannot afford an attorney can receive free legal guidance in areas of family law, bankruptcy and other matters at the University of Nevada Las Vegas this Saturday. Gabrielle Jones is an attorney with the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, which is sponsoring the 5th ...Read More

PHOTO: Behavioral health professionals say integrating behavioral care into doctors' offices will do a better job of getting help to the people who need it, and will save costs in the long run. Photo courtesy of George Hodan.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - A concept called "behavioral health treatment" may be coming to your doctor's office, and professionals say it should improve people's lives and help control costs. Stacy Collins, senior practice associate for health care with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), s ...Read More

PHOTO: A new report from the National Wildlife Federation says outdoor pests are increasing because of climate change. Photo from NWF and Charlie Archambault.

RICHMOND, Va. – As concern rises about mosquitoes in eastern Virginia carrying disease, a new report suggests climate change means more of those and other pests. Norfolk health officials have found West Nile virus in a couple of neighborhoods. The report from the National Wildlife Federati ...Read More

PHOTO: North Carolina citizens groups rallied on Wednesday to protest the state's lifting of a moratorium on fracking. Photo courtesy of Environment N.C.

RALEIGH, N.C. - It seems the devil is in the details for fracking in North Carolina. The first public hearing on draft rules that will regulate the fracking industry in North Carolina was held Wednesday, after lawmakers lifted the state moratorium on fracking earlier this year. The state's Mining a ...Read More

PHOTO: Climate change is projected to bring about an earlier emergence of mosquitoes in the spring, and could bring certain disease-carrying varieties not normally found in Michigan to the state, according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation. Photo courtesy of National Wildlife Federation.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - It's been an itchy few months for Michiganders, with the state experiencing a bumper crop of biting bugs. Experts say the abundance in bugs is the result of climate change, along with a host of other issues. Dr. Doug Inkley, a senior scientist with the National Wildlife Federatio ...Read More

PHOTO: Agriculture and conservation groups are reaching out to the oil and gas industry to collaborate to keep the greater sage grouse off the Endangered Species list. Photo credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Gary Kramer.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is expected to make a decision in about a year as to whether to list the greater sage grouse under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Western Energy Alliance, an oil and gas trade advocacy group, is buying ad time claiming an ESA listing for the ...Read More

PHOTO: With continued unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, prayer vigils in Ohio were held to call for justice in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Photo courtesy of Heather Wilson, PICO National Network.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Prayer vigils were held in Ohio last night to call for justice in Ferguson, Missouri, where protests continue in reaction to the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by a police officer. The Ohio vigils were held at the same time as a 1,000-clergy march and rally ...Read More

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