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PNS Daily Newscast - Friday, August 23, 2019 


A federal court ruling changes how the President is elected, and Florida Democrats trigger a special session vote on guns. Those stories and more in today's news.

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Archive: July 9, 2019

A new health park in Paducah includes a playground, community garden and walking track. (Mark Thompson)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Communities across the state are working to ensure children in Kentucky are exercising and eating healthy foods. In McCracken County, local organizations teamed up with the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky to build a new health park - an outdoor fitness and recreation area ...Read More

The Cleveland Indians organization dropped the use of the Chief Wahoo mascot, but still can profit from merchandise sold outside of Progressive Field. (Nick Pedone)

By Nick Pedone/Broadcast version by Mary Schuermann Kuhlman Reporting for the Kent State-Ohio News Connection Collaboration CLEVELAND, Ohio – The baseball world will be focused on Cleveland today as the city hosts the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. But a familiar face to Cleveland ba ...Read More

The Affordable Care Act currently prohibits insurance companies from denying or charging more for coverage of people with pre-existing conditions, including diabetes. (USAF)

DENVER — The Affordable Care Act is set to undergo another "stress test" this week, and health coverage for more than half a million Coloradans and other protections are at stake. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is expected to hear oral arguments Tuesday in a case brought by Texas and 19 ...Read More

Summer learning could help close the achievement gap for low-income students who typically don't have access to summer programs. (Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas)

SEATTLE — It's Summer Learning Week, a celebration of the importance of education while school is out. Programs across Washington state are dedicated to helping kids avoid the effects of summer learning loss, which can leave some students behind at the beginning of the next academic year. E ...Read More

Hayfork Creek is part of the area that would be protected under a public-lands bill being heard in Congress on Wednesday. (Paul Higley)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Leaders from California's conservation and outdoor-recreation communities will testify in Washington, D.C., Wednesday in favor of a trio of public-lands bills that would protect more than a million acres in the Golden State. The Central Coast Heritage Protection Act woul ...Read More

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