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PNS Daily Newscast - April 8, 2020 


COVID-19 prompts a car insurance break for some drivers. Also, a push for postal banking, and for grocery workers to be treated as first responders.

2020Talks - April 8, 2020 


Wisconsin held its primary yesterday in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic. But a shortage of poll workers led to just five polling stations in Milwaukee instead of the usual 180.

Public News Service - AZ: Human Rights/Racial Justice

Phoenix, AZ – A new report from a California researcher shows children of lesbian families are as happy and well-adjusted as children raised by heterosexual parents. The report is based on a 22-year long study of children conceived by lesbians through donor insemination. During the president

Phoenix, AZ – President-elect Obama's choice for Secretary of Homeland Security is generating criticism as well as support. The critics say Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano straddles the fence on immigration issues while supporters call her nomination a level-headed approach. Napolitano brin

Tucson, AZ – World AIDS Day 2008 finds great progress in awareness and treatment for HIV and AIDS. Because of major advances in treatment the past 20 years, AIDS is no longer considered a terminal illness. But activists say progress is tempered by the continuing lack of prevention efforts outs

Phoenix, AZ – The refugees come from Iraq and Afghanistan, Somalia and Eritrea, places of conflict and despair. In the U.S. their futures are brighter, but they need skills to find work. The start of Arizona's peak tourism season increases chances for hotel jobs. Irene Wharry, English Language

Tucson, AZ – Despite disappointment in the second mistrial of a Border Patrol agent charged with murder, Southern Arizona immigrant advocates want to work with law enforcement to make border communities safe and secure. The activists traveled to the Arizona border city of Douglas on Thursday

Phoenix, AZ – Following Tuesday's passage of Proposition 102, which puts a "one-man, one-woman" marriage definition into the state constitution, advocates for Arizona's gay and lesbian community will now take their civil rights campaign to the legislature. Their primary goal will be a domestic

Tucson, AZ - A second trial begins today in Tucson for Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Corbett, accused of shooting and killing an undocumented immigrant last year. Corbett says he shot Francisco Dominguez-Rivera in self-defense. Border Action Network director Jennifer Allen says the tragedy could ha

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