Public News Service - Social Issues

Nashville, TN – Ask a presidential candidate a question about an issue and it's not likely they will answer, according to a new report released ...Read More
Albany, NY - There's good news for New York families concerned about the emotional health of their children. The state has launched a new program to ...Read More
Boston, MA – Some Massachusetts residents are getting the chance to walk a day in a teacher's shoes. As part of "American Education Week," some ...Read More
Manchester, NH – A report being released in Manchester today says fewer than 40 percent of the Presidential candidates have the courage to ...Read More
Cheyenne, WY – Ask a presidential candidate a question about an issue and it's not likely they will answer, according to a new report released ...Read More
Sacramento, CA – With the California Primary less than three months away, voters are trying to understand where candidates stand on hot-button ...Read More
Bismarck, ND – Since 1990, the rate of diabetes has increased five percent a year in the U.S. and now more than 20 million Americans have Type 2 ...Read More
Boise, ID – A little mouse is making a lot of noise in many public libraries across the state this week. The best-selling kids series featuring ...Read More
Richmond, VA - They're usually the first to greet public school students each day, but they tend to be last on the pay scale. School bus drivers ...Read More
Boise, ID – School attendance roll call may include some extra names this week. That's because it is "American Education Week" and Idaho ...Read More
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