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PNS Daily Newscast - May 21 , 2019 


The DOJ says former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify. Also on our Tuesday rundown: “Stop the Bans” protests over extreme abortion laws; education a hot topic in the Bay State; and guess how many adults have tried marijuana?

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Archive: April 27, 2016

University of Wisconsin Health Allergist Dr. Mark Moss has tips on how to get through the long spring allergy season with minimal suffering. (UW Health)

MADISON, Wis. - Old Man Winter didn't do much of a number on Wisconsin this year, but then it seemed like spring would never come. This confused the trees as much as the millions of allergy sufferers in the Badger State. It's tree pollen this time of year that causes eye, nose, and throat misery ...Read More

A new report shows RTD's fare structure prioritizes higher-income riders over the poor and people dependent on transit. (RTD)

DENVER - The Regional Transportation District may be basking in the glow of its successful launch of the A Train to Denver International Airport, but a new report by the Colorado Fiscal Institute takes the agency to task for failing to fulfill its mandate to serve the poor and people dependent on tr ...Read More

TNReady testing is delayed again in some school systems because some materials did not arrive to the schools on time for scheduled testing this week. (RyanMcGilchrist/flickr.com)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - For the second time, school districts across Tennessee prepared to take state-mandated tests, only to find that the tests weren't ready. Earlier this year, the online tests - part of the TNReady program - weren't able to handle the volume. This week the paper tests meant to replac ...Read More

AT&T is offering low-cost Internet service to qualifying North Carolina families. (eltpics/Flickr)

RALEIGH, N.C. - Home Internet is no longer a luxury. Many people consider it a necessity for North Carolina families as they go to school, work and lead their daily lives, but until now, the monthly cost of the service has been prohibitive for many families. That's changing with a new program offer ...Read More

Poison-control centers across the country get about 30 calls a day about children accidentally ingesting colorful laundry or dish-detergent pods. (Chris Thomas)

INDIANAPOLIS - A new study shows a 17 percent increase in calls to poison-control centers across the nation in the last couple of years because of kids eating laundry or dishwashing soap. Study co-author Henry Spiller, director of the Central Ohio Poison Control Center at Nationwide Children's Hosp ...Read More

More than 1,100 health-care workers joined SEIU Local 49 in Springfield, Ore., this week. (SEIU Local 49)

PORTLAND, Ore. - The largest group of Oregon health-care workers in more than two decades approved a union contract in Springfield this week. More than 1,100 caregivers at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center joined the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 49, approving a three-yea ...Read More

A new study shows increasing rents and relatively flat incomes put many Utah renters a single financial emergency away from eviction. (jitalia17/iStockphoto)

SALT LAKE CITY - Rapidly rising rents and relatively flat incomes are putting the squeeze on many Utah renters, especially those with moderate or low incomes. A new study from a University of Utah think tank says a flood of new apartment units is driving up those costs, and putting many renters ju ...Read More

Foods high in Vitamin C can help mitigate lead absorption. (Pixabay)

FLINT, Mich. - Many Flint residents are sticking to bottled water or only drinking filtered water to avoid lead that leached into the city's water system. But federal health leaders say the foods they choose to eat also can make a difference. Dr. Katie Wilson, deputy undersecretary for the U.S. Dep ...Read More

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