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PNS Daily Newscast - April 14, 2021 


As Maryland repeals its police bill of rights, some say reforms fall short; and the latest on how states are dealing with COVID and vaccines.


2021Talks - April 14, 2021 


Biden expected to announce full withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11; his administration says Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccines made up less than 5% of shots given; and White House proclaims Black Maternal Health Week.

Archive: December 15, 2020

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Una nueva coalición estatal quiere que las escuelas y las comunidades se enfoquen en la educación y que cuiden a los estudiantes. El Centro de Kentucky por Niñas y Niños Saludables (Kentucky Coalition for Healthy Children"), formado por más de dos docenas ...Read More

With the holidays approaching, online scams already are up this year. (zephyr_p/Adobe Stock)

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- It's the holiday season, and fraud experts have some tips for shoppers on how to keep the season merry. Chuck Harwood is Pacific Northwest regional director for the Federal Trade Commission. He said thieves this time of year like to cloak their scams with a holiday theme. With on ...Read More

Tillamook Bay Community College partners with local industry to offer workforce training programs. (Lynn Ketchum/Oregon State University)
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PORTLAND, Ore. -- Millions of Americans are unemployed, and community and technical colleges could be key to getting them back to work. But one hurdle is a lack of data on the programs schools offer to retrain folks for new jobs. To overcome this barrier, Opportunity America is surveying 1,100 ins ...Read More

Olga García is among the in-home caregivers concerned about how Washington state budget cuts will affect their clients and their livelihood. (SEIU 775)
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SEATTLE -- Caregivers are calling on Washingtonians who cheered on health care workers when the pandemic began to oppose state cuts to care services. The Service Employees International Union Local 775's "You Clapped. Now Act!" campaign is calling on lawmakers to rethink the proposed $1.1 billion ...Read More

Mountain America Credit Union has donated more than 26,000 meals to the Idaho Foodbank this year. (Mountain America Credit Union)

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BOISE, Idaho -- With folks across the country struggling to afford meals, credit unions are stepping up to help people in need. Feeding America estimates 17 million Americans are food insecure, meaning they aren't sure where their next meal is coming from. Angie Phillips is social media manager wi ...Read More

A new statewide coalition wants schools and communities to focus on trauma-informed education and care for students. More from Nadia Ramlagan (StockPhoto).

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FRANKFORT, Ky. -- A new statewide coalition wants schools and communities to focus on trauma-informed education and care for students. The Kentucky Coalition for Healthy Children, formed by more than two dozen organizations during the pandemic, wants to promote policies and programs that recognize ...Read More

Cobblestone Farmers Market is the only sustainable farmers market in Forsyth County, N.C., says founder Margaret Norfleet-Neff. (Adobe Stock)

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- North Carolina farmers markets increasingly are relying on technology to keep up access to fresh food during the pandemic. Co-founder of the Cobblestone Farmers Market in Winstom-Salem Margaret Norfleet-Neff said at the height of the pandemic learning curve, new safety proto ...Read More

Experts warn holding a phone to your body increases the risk of certain types of cancer. (Laura Musikanski/Morguefile)

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LOS ANGELES -- Two new studies link the risk of breast and thyroid cancer to the use of mobile devices. One study from Taiwan concluded radiofrequency radiation exposure significantly increased the risk of breast cancer, especially in women 50 and older who use cell phones and laptop computers. Or ...Read More

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