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PNS Daily Newscast - March 8, 2021 


Nationwide protests in advance of trial of former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd; judicial districts amendment faces bipartisan skepticism in PA.


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After a whirlwind voting session the Senate approves $1.9 Trillion COVID relief bill, President Biden signs an executive order to expand voting access and the president plans a news conference this month.

Archive: November 23, 2020

Farmworker Jose Luis Cipriana compares an old and new water pouch design. The pouches hold water bottles in an effort to give farmworkers a chance to stay hydrated during their work day. (Travis Long/tlong@newsobserver.com)

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Print version by Adam Wagner and Aaron Sánchez-Guerra Broadcast version by Nadia Ramlagan Reporting for The Raleigh News & Observer - North Carolina News Service collaboration with the Pulitzer Center's nationwide Connected Coastlines reporting initiative .mcclatchy-embed{position:relative ...Read More

Despite the nationwide eviction moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, many renters are being forced to leave their homes during the pandemic. (Adobe Stock)

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- As eviction moratoriums let up at the start of the new year, more families are likely to experience homelessness. People without stable housing are at higher risk of exposure to the coronavirus. And with the onset of cold weather, providers expect a spike in demand for shelter, ...Read More

A report from the University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences found 18 million more Americans are experiencing insecurity now than in 2018. (Halfpoint/Adobe Stock)

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RENO, Nev. -- As the holidays approach, COVID-19 case numbers are on the rise, and more Nevadans are experiencing food insecurity. The Silver State's job market is heavily reliant on the service industry and tourism, both disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Since the pandemic started, Nev ...Read More

Preemption laws can obstruct local tobacco protection efforts, according to the CDC. (Adobe Stock)<br />

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FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Since 1996, Kentucky has barred cities and counties from enacting tobacco control measures to govern the marketing and sale of tobacco products. Advocates say such preemptive legislation is outdated and should be repealed. Known as preemption laws, they are currently on the books ...Read More

About 266,000 Idahoans are expected to travel for Thanksgiving, mainly by car. (Halfpoint/Adobe Stock)

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BOISE, Idaho -- The number of travelers over the Thanksgiving holiday is expected to be the lowest since the Great Recession. AAA said travel volume during the pandemic will most likely fall at least 10%. About 266,000 Idahoans are anticipated to take trips for the holiday weekend. Matthew Conde, ...Read More

The CDC recommends Americans celebrate Thanksgiving at home this year. (Antipina/Adobe Stock)

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SILVERDALE, Wash. -- Health officials recommend people celebrate Thanksgiving virtually this year rather than traveling. COVID-19 cases have surged in recent weeks, prompting Gov. Jay Inslee to issue statewide restrictions until mid-December. Peter Barkett, a doctor of internal medicine in Silverd ...Read More

Pensacola's Project Greenshores at sunset. (Photo:  Erika Nortemann/The Nature Conservancy)

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Back in September, as Hurricane Sally battered Florida's panhandle with a deluge of rain and high winds, some locals said their living shorelines were their best defense against the area's storm surge. Instead of a hardened seawall aimed at protecting shores from erosion, livin ...Read More

Hundreds of workers contracted COVID-19 at the second largest pork-processing plant in the country. (Adobe Stock)

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By Rachel Axon, Kyle Bagenstose and Kevin Crowe for USA TODAY and Sky Chadde for the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting Broadcast version by Nadia Ramlagan - Missouri News Service ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Bernardo Serpa cut pork legs eight hours a day, six days a week. He made the same cut rough ...Read More

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