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PNS Daily Newscast - October 18, 2018 


Robert Muller now expected to reveal findings of his probe right after the November Midterm Elections. Also on the Thursday rundown: the poorest people pay the highest taxes in states like Nevada; and the terminator fights gerrymandering.

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The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities has found children who are eligible for Medicaid health coverage miss fewer school days because of illness or injury. (Pixabay)

BRISTOL, Va. – Teachers and education advocates say Virginia's move to expand Medicaid is not just important to the 400,000 low-income people now eligible for health care, but it's also a big win for students and public schools. The switch to draw down federal dollars to help cover the unins ...Read More

South Dakota has 13 state parks and 43 recreation areas where families can enjoy traditional and non-traditional outdoor activities. (pixabay/kalasoft)

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The recreation industry, federal agencies and nonprofit organizations have teamed up to host Friday's annual National Get Outdoors Day, encouraging American families to participate in traditional and non-traditional outdoor activities. One goal of the day is to reach unde ...Read More

An organization in Helena, Mont., is trying to reduce the 300 million guns in the United States. (National Center for Unwanted Firearms)

HELENA, Mont. – There's a gun for almost every American in the country. What happens to the guns nobody wants? The National Center for Unwanted Firearms, a nonprofit headquartered in Helena, is attempting to answer that question and make a dent in the large number of guns in the United States ...Read More

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, 22 percent of teenagers log onto their favorite social media sites more than 10 times a day, and 75 percent own cell phones. (Twenty20)

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – It may not be enough to periodically take a peek at your children's pictures or texts on their smartphones. App developers are one step ahead of well-intentioned parents and have developed programs that hide photos and videos and in some cases disguise them as things such a ...Read More

About 17 percent of people in Texas don't have health insurance, the highest rate in the nation. (Delia Truta/Twenty20)

HOUSTON – Texas has the highest rate of uninsured people in the nation, according to census data. So one nonprofit is launching a big effort to try to get more Texans access to health services. The Episcopal Health Foundation is investing $10 million in dozens of health programs in Texas. A ...Read More

Many arrested in the April raids outside  Morristown required help from friends and family to settle affairs since they were abruptly taken into custody. (Twenty20)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The April Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that took place outside Morristown continue to have an impact on individuals involved and their communities. It's a reality that leaders and immigrant advocates want to make sure members of Congress understand, and on Thurs ...Read More

Some military experts say clean energy creates an opportunity for the United States to enhance relationships with other countries. (Pixabay)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Top retired military brass stopped in Ohio this week to encourage continued innovations in advanced energy technologies in both the state and the country. Retired Vice Adm. Lee Gunn was among those meeting with business and political leaders in Cleveland to discuss why Ameri ...Read More

Last week, Gov. Kate Brown activated the National Guard after toxins from an algae bloom were detected in Salem's drinking water supply. (bugwugsmom/Twenty20)

SALEM, Ore. – Salem residents are facing a crisis as the second drinking water advisory in two weeks went into effect this week due to a toxic algae bloom in Detroit Lake. Could climate change make emergencies like this more frequent for Oregonians? Algae blooms like the one in Detroit Lake ...Read More

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