PNS Daily Newscast - January 18, 2019. 

A blockbuster storm forecast to bring major snowfall to the Midwest today and Northeast over the weekend. Also, on the Friday rundown: Women’s Marches planned across the nation tomorrow; plus Democrats slog to Iowa on path to the White House.

Daily Newscasts


Wednesday January 2, 2019   PNS Daily Newscast - January 2, 2019

Trump set to meet with the leaders of both parties as government shutdown enters Day 12. Also on the Wednesday rundown: Some states will be working on redistricting reform; and in Kentucky, young people make climate change a 2019 priority.


Tuesday January 1, 2019   PNS Daily Newscast - January 1, 2019

The nation braces for a government shutdown that could stretch for weeks. Also on the Tuesday rundown: we'll tell you how a North Carolina pollinator group is offering solar-farm guidance; and when it comes to New Year’s resolutions, aim for progress rather than perfection in 2019.


Monday December 31, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 31, 2018

Sen. Lindsey Graham is floating a border compromise that Trump calls “interesting.” Also on the New Year’s Eve rundown: With congressional inaction, funding is gutted for miners with black lung disease; and a measure expanding Arkansas' Flatside Wilderness goes to the president's desk.


Friday December 28, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 28, 2018

2018 will end with the government still shut down. Also on Friday's rundown: conservation groups ask federal agencies for extended public-comment periods due to the shutdown; and furloughed workers mean a different experience for visitors to federally managed lands.


Thursday December 27, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 27, 2018

Stocks surge on Wall Street on reports of strong holiday sales. Also on the Thursday rundown: on the West Coast an effort to promote a pro-kid agenda for 2019; and we will tell you why regular exercise could be the key to “younger brains.”


Wednesday December 26, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 26, 2018

A second immigrant child has died while being held in detention. Also on the Wednesday rundown: A group that advocates for New Yorkers with disabilities urges passage of a Child Victims Act; and health centers race toward a January 15 enrollment deadline.


Tuesday December 25, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 25, 2018

The Stock Market takes a Christmas Eve nose dive and Trump delivers blame on twitter. Also, on the Tuesday rundown: we will tell you why homeless stats don’t always tell the whole story; and the American Heart Association goes all out on healthy lifestyles.


Monday December 24, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 24, 2018

Trump administration officials project the government shutdown could go beyond December 28. Also on the Monday rundown: Trump resurrects work requirements for SNAP food assistance; plus, clean water is but a holiday wish for Eastern Kentucky.


Friday December 21, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 21, 2018

A U.S. House vote puts the nation on track for a partial government shutdown; Mattis calls it quits over Syria. Also on the Friday rundown: Are proposed SNAP rules an "end run" around Congress? And solar-power advocates press for rules to spur business growth in West Virginia.


Thursday December 20, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 20, 2018

Trump goes against some in the Pentagon in move to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. Also on the Thursday rundown: Criminal justice reform will benefit people with disabilities; and a lawsuit is aimed at the "red tide" that plagues the Sunshine State.


Wednesday December 19, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 19, 2018

A federal judge delays Michael Flynn’s sentencing after berating him in the courtroom. Also on Wednesday's rundown: The Trump asylum ban could go into effect at midnight; and North Carolina voters demand answers in an election-fraud case.


Tuesday December 18, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - December 18, 2018

Senate reports detail Russian influence via social media on the 2016 election. Also on Tuesday's rundown: North Carolina jurors reject the death penalty for a second consecutive year; and Medicaid expansion proves important to rural Kentuckians.


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