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PNS Daily Newscast - September 13, 2019 


Prosecutors get approval to bring charges against former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe; and the Trump administration rolls back clean water protections.

2020Talks - September 16, 2019. (3 min.)  


2020 presidential hopefuls tweet about more sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Democrats who didn't make it onto last week's debate stage continue their grassroots approaches.

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Analysts say North Carolina municipalities and counties should raise the minimum wage for public sector employees to boost the state's economy. Credit: Alvimann/morguefile.com

RALEIGH, N.C. - It's a costly time of year for North Carolina families as they pay higher heating bills and prepare for the expenses of the holidays. The stress is extra hard for people making less than a living wage and a report from the Workers' Rights Project, a project of the North Carolina Ju ...Read More

The Clean Water Rule would protect small streams and headwaters. Credit: Brubakerslegacy/Wikimedia Commons

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Water Rule has been put on hold by federal courts, but environmental groups fear some in Congress may try to overturn it with legislation. The EPA finalized the rule last spring, reestablishing federal authority to protect s ...Read More

During the holidays, Michiganders are urged to give back to the less fortunate in their community. Credit: Angella Thompson

LANSING, Mich. – While thinking about giving to those we love during the holidays, Michiganders can also consider giving back to the less fortunate in their communities. This Tuesday is Giving Tuesday, which Angella Thompson, vice president of retail operations, marketing and mission integra ...Read More

Prisons, such as the Racine Correctional Institute, have been a growth industry in Wisconsin, which now spends more tax dollars on correction than on education. Credit: Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections

MADISON, Wis. - A new analysis from the Wisconsin Budget Project suggests the state is spending too much on corrections, which is a drag on the economy and causes harm to the state's communities by splitting up families. Tamarine Cornelius, a budget analyst for the group, says Wisconsin's annual c ...Read More

North Dakotans are being urged to give wisely during Giving Tuesday.

BISMARCK, N.D. – Now that the excitement of Black Friday and Cyber Monday is winding down, the focus Tuesday will be on charitable causes. Giving Tuesday is a day when North Dakotans are asked to think about giving to strangers who are less fortunate. Annette Bauer, a spokeswoman for Salva ...Read More

IPL and NIPSCO ratepayers could see a big jump in their bills. Credit: David Wilkenson/morguefile

INDIANAPOLIS – Consumer groups are sounding the alarm about attempts by electric utilities in Indiana to increase their fixed monthly charge. It's the base rate customers pay even before using any electricity. NIPSCO's request to regulators would increase the base rate from $11 to $20 a mo ...Read More

Florida state lawmakers have filed several anti-immigrant bills in recent weeks. Credit: Jenn Grieving/Wikimedia Commons

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The national wave of anti-immigrant sentiment seems to have swept over the Florida Capitol, with a number of measures filed in recent weeks that could potentially threaten immigrant families in the state. The bills would toughen deportation proceedings, increase penalties ...Read More

Montgomery County Tax-Aide volunteers prepared more than 4,500 returns in 2015. Credit: stevepb/pixabay.com

GERMANTOWN, Md. – Tax day may still be months away, but in Montgomery County efforts are already underway to recruit volunteers to give free tax assistance to low and moderate-income seniors. The AARP Tax-Aide program is the largest volunteer-run tax assistance service in the country. Kath ...Read More

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