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PNS Daily Newscast - June 5, 2020 


It will likely take donations to help the Twin Cities recover from damage by looters; and state and local governments look for relief in next stimulus bill.

2020Talks - June 5, 2020 


Democrats and Republicans have had drastically different responses to President Trump's militarized response to protests in the nation's capital. And, new electoral maps will be drawn next year, some by legislatures and others by outside entities.

Public News Service - ID: Women'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

Boise, ID – The holiday shopping season is in full swing and, as Idaho parents juggle tighter budgets, they're being encouraged to think more about creative gift-giving, including the "gift" of time spent with the kids. Barbara Nicholson, co-founder of Attachment Parenting International, she

Boise, ID – It's all about the kids this week in Idaho. Gov. Butch Otter signs a proclamation this morning designating April 14-20 the "Week of the Young Child." The focus is on childhood development, both physical and emotional, and on those who take care of the state's youngest citizens, whe

Boise, ID – Advice for harried Idaho parents this week: Time-outs are good options for grown-ups, too. That's just one way to keep holiday stress under control and maintain equilibrium in the swirl of shopping, parties and excited kids. Early childhood experts blame a documented increase in c

Boise, ID – Put up a sign and anyone can be in the child care business in Idaho. The state is still one of just a few with no health and safety requirements for day care providers or early childhood education programs. This week, a legislative task force is reviewing the situation. Plans to

Boise, ID – Idaho families are getting a checkup. As the Legislative Family Task Force takes a closer look at the overall health of families, it is considering things like divorce rates, household income and childcare needs. The goal is to decide what the state can do to help ensure Idaho chil

Boise, ID - What do construction services, trucking lines, mechanics, landscaping and taxi companies have in common? They're all on the list of new small businesses in Idaho started this year by immigrants and refugees. Many have used so-called "micro-loans," small advances of cash to get the compan

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