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PNS Daily Newscast - May 10, 2021 


Governor Ron DeSantis shuts the door on Florida's unemployment benefits, and as Montana gains a congressional seat, the focus turns to redistricting.


2021Talks - May 7, 2021 


President Biden talks hurricane aid in Louisiana, Vice President Harris visits Rhode Island, defense officials talk about clamping down on domestic extremism in the ranks, and plan for the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Archive: February 17, 2021

Dentists have observed that by the time children are five years old, nearly 50% have at least one cavity. (renatalferro/Pixabay)

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DALLAS - Texas dentist says parents who cancelled their children's appointments due to COVID-19 need to get back on track to prevent kids' tooth decay. Dr. Matt Roberts, who chairs the Texas Dental Association's Council on Legislative, Regulatory and Governmental Affairs, said personal protective e ...Read More

According to the American Veterinary Association, animal health authorities are finding Chronic Wasting Disease in more counties each year. (Adobe Stock)

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A disease in the same family as Mad Cow Disease is spreading among deer, and this week state officials will decide on new rules to help contain it. Chronic Wasting Disease was first identified in Arkansas in 2016, but state wildlife veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Ballard said because ...Read More

State legislators backing the Inclusive Outdoors Act say it would bring greater awareness of the need to make all people feel welcome in New Hampshire's state parks and public outdoor spaces. (Wikimedia Commons)

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MILFORD, N.H. - New Hampshire lawmakers are proposing a new bill, the Inclusive Outdoors Act, to require conservation officers to be trained for civil-rights enforcement, anti-racism and de-escalation. With many people restricted from gathering indoors, they're making use of the Granite State's par ...Read More

Bills that would change wolf hunting in Montana have hearings before the state Senate Fish and Game Committee this week. (bkilzer/Adobe Stock)

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HELENA, Mont. - Some hunters are raising objections to a bill in the Montana Legislature that would allow the snaring of wolves in the state. Leg-hold traps currently are allowed. Nick Gevock, conservation director for the Montana Wildlife Federation, said his organization supports the hunting of w ...Read More

Indiana has more than 56,000 public-school teachers and support staff. (Adobe Stock)

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INDIANAPOLIS - Some Indiana educators are speaking out about legislation they contend is anti-union and singles out teachers. Under Senate Bill 251, teacher unions would not be allowed to automatically renew members. Instead, teachers and support staff would need to re-enroll every year, and person ...Read More

Experts have ranked New Mexico second in the nation for solar potential, and sixth for wind-power potential. (news.unm.edu)
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SANTA FE, N.M. - Supporters of New Mexico's Climate Solutions Act, to be heard at the Roundhouse this week, say it could set a national precedent with its emphasis on creating a "just" economic transition to clean energy. Noah Long, director of the West's Climate and Clean Energy Program for the Na ...Read More

A local resident waves as she picks up her bag of produce from the Chinatown Health Initiative at the Los Angeles State Historic Park. (Veronica Monjara/Las Fotos)
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LOS ANGELES -- Starting today, local governments and nonprofits across California have the opportunity to apply for grants from AARP, to fund projects that make their areas more livable. The fifth annual Community Challenge Grant is accepting applications now through April 14. Jenny Aleman-Zomet ...Read More

As many as 200,000 Connecticut residents are without health insurance, but a special enrollment period allows them to shop online for a plan at AccessHealthCT.com. (Connecticut Health)

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HARTFORD, Conn. - Now through March 15, Connecticut residents without health insurance can sign up for a plan on Access Health Connecticut, during a special open-enrollment period. The regular enrollment period ended on Jan. 15, but the state decided to reopen it this week to coincide with open enr ...Read More

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