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PNS Daily Newscast - September 25, 2018 


The list of accusers against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to swell. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Hurricane Florence SNAPs North Carolina to attention on the importance of food benefits; plus a new report says young parents need better supports.

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Archive: February 19, 2018

The Good Food Access Program helps Minnesota grocery stores, coops and mobile food purveyors get healthy foods to communities that need more of them. (American Heart Association)

STAPLES, Minn. — The name says it all: the Good Food Access Program helps small food retailers reach people in parts of the state with limited access to healthy and affordable foods. The retailers can be mom-and-pop grocery stores, food co-ops or mobile kitchens. Innovation is part of the pl ...Read More

Most people already have the photo I.D. they will need to vote in Wisconsin's spring primary, and registration is still permitted at Wisconsin polling places on election day. (Wikimedia Commons)

MADISON, Wis. – Tuesday is primary election day in Wisconsin, and polls across the state will open early in the morning. There is only one statewide race on the ballot, and that race is to narrow the number of candidates for state Supreme Court from three to two. But there are scores of lo ...Read More

There are about 133,000 military veterans in Nebraska. (William Garrett/Flickr)

LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska's rural lands offer abundant opportunities for farming and ranching, and also are home to nearly half of the state's 133,000 military veterans. This combination makes agriculture a great fit for young men and women returning home from service. Veterans interested in ...Read More

South Dakota lawmakers are considering a bill to make local power-of-attorney laws more consistent with other states. (wwcares.org)

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota's Power of Attorney document would match more closely those adopted in 25 other states if approved by the state Legislature this week. The document is especially important for seniors who want to designate a trusted friend or relative to look after their affairs s ...Read More

It takes 34 states to call a Constitutional Convention and 38 states to ratify an amendment. <br />(wynpnt/Pixabay)

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky might join the list of states calling for a federal Constitutional Convention, a move that some say could open up a Pandora's box. House Joint Resolutions 81 and 119 were recently introduced in Kentucky and call for a Constitutional Convention to limit the powers an ...Read More

North Carolina is now part of the Skillful State Network, which will help connect the state with more initiative for hands-on training of skills in need. (Fort George Public Affairs Office)

RALEIGH, N.C. – North Carolina's unemployment rate is now higher than the national average, after climbing in December – but the state is joining 19 others in an innovative program to address the problem. The Tar Heel State was selected to be part of the Skillful State Network, which w ...Read More

In 2016 alone, National Park Service sites, such as the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site in New York City, contributed $35 billion to the U.S. economy. (Elisa.rolle/Wikimedia Commons)

NEW YORK – Members of the New York congressional delegation, New York City lawmakers and conservation groups celebrated President's Day weekend by calling on Congress to fund nearly $1 billion in deferred maintenance at National Park Service sites across the state. Marcia Argust, director of ...Read More

A new report suggests policies that support investments in cleaner sources of energy can bring economic opportunities to Ohio. (Renovus Solar/Flickr)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Businesses around Ohio, including major car manufacturers and specialty coffee roasters, say they are feeling the effects of a changing climate. According to a new report from the advocacy group Business Forward, volatile weather has entrepreneurs, executives, investors and ...Read More

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