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PNS Daily Newscast - November 15, 2019 


President Trump asks SCOTUS to block release of his tax returns; use of the death penalty is on the decline across the country; and a push to make nutrition part of the health-care debate.

2020Talks - November 15, 2019 


Former MA Gov. Deval Patrick is officially running for president, saying he can attract more Independents and moderate Republicans than other candidates.

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ILLUSTRATION: April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month is focused on preventing violence on campuses, while recognizing that assaults can be more than physical in nature. Groups are calling out behaviors and instances that attempt to

BOISE, Idaho - It's back to school for April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Idaho. While awareness is important, Kelly Miller, executive director of the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence said "action" is the focus as her group works with college and university campus leaders

BOISE, Idaho - Job losses at the beginning of the Great Recession that started in late 2007 mostly affected men in Idaho, and now that the recession is coming to a close, women are experiencing rising unemployment, according to a new analysis from Idaho Kids Count. Report author Judy Brown of Mosc

BOISE, Idaho - Child abuse and neglect are frightening topics for many people. Nationwide campaigns about prevention have long focused on images of children in peril, but the president and CEO of Prevent Child Abuse America, Jim Hmurovich, says it turns out that was the wrong approach for successfu

BOISE, Idaho - Experts claim the recession is over, but many people in rural Idaho aren't seeing improvement yet. That's the gist of an economic listening tour of rural counties, and the stories about what families are facing are on their way to Congress. The director of United Vision for Idaho (U

BOISE, Idaho - Up to half of Idahoans may ignore the advice of top health officials when it comes to H1N1 flu and seasonal flu prevention. While they may be vigilant in washing their hands and covering sneezes and coughs, they may not stay home or keep kids home from school if experiencing flu sympt

Boise, ID – A little something has been missing from Idaho women's paychecks – and it amounts to a 40 percent dent in salaries. According to statistics quoted by the Idaho Women's Network (IWN), the state's female workers earn only 62 cents for every dollar a man earns in the same job wi

Driggs, ID – One in four girls in the United States is sexually abused before the age of 18. That's a federal statistic often cited by a woman who is training first responders, teachers and parents to be "stewards of children" to protect them from sexual abuse. Susie Fenger with the Family S

Boise, ID – Governor Otter's 2009 "State of the State" address focused on getting through the tough economic times with budget cuts, and new taxes dedicated to road construction. Several budget watchers suggest, however, that Idaho could also look at other options. Economist Judy Brown, exec

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