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PNS Daily Newscast - July 18, 2018 


Trump now says he misspoke as he stood side by side with Putin. Also on the Wednesday rundown: a Senate committee looks to weaken the Endangered Species Act; and public input is being sought on Great Lakes restoration.

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People gathered at Boise City Hall on Monday to honor the victims of the mass stabbing. (DieselDemon/Flickr)

BOISE, Idaho – The community is showing up in support of the victims of a horrific mass stabbing in Boise that left one three-year-old girl dead. The knife attack happened on Saturday at the Wylie Street Station Apartments, which is home to many refugees. The Boise Police Department says the

The Safe Sport Act requires sexual abuse prevention training for youth sports organizations. (karenthomas/Twenty20)

BOISE, Idaho – A new law could help prevent child sexual abuse on youth sports teams this summer. After hundreds of cases of abuse within the USA women's gymnastics team were revealed last year, Congress passed the Safe Sport Act in January. Under the law, youth sports organizations are re

Child safety experts advise parents and care providers to keep a close eye on children in the water. (kaakamakaaka/Twenty20)

BOISE, Idaho – Summer is around the corner, and that means children in Idaho will be outside playing. To keep children safe at care places, there are a few tips parents should keep in mind. Jill Hobbs, an outdoor play inspector with IdahoSTARS, which provides resources to child care facili

More than 40 percent of children in Idaho rely on Medicaid for health coverage. (Andrew Newill/Flickr)

BOISE, Idaho – Ahead of Mother's Day, mothers and health care advocates are coming together to ask Idaho's congressional delegation to protect Medicaid. Idahoans are meeting in Boise on Thursday to deliver postcards with this message to Sens. Mike Crapo and Jim Risch and Rep. Mike Simpson.

An event at the Idaho Botanical Gardens will cap the Week of the Young Child on Saturday, April 21. (Idaho AEYC)

BOISE, Idaho – This week, Idahoans and people across the country are celebrating the Week of the Young Child. Hosted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the week highlights the importance of early education opportunities. Hailey Michalk coordinates Idaho AEYC's R

Blue pinwheels are the symbol for Child Abuse Prevention Month. They'll be on display in all 44 Idaho counties. (Idaho Children's Trust Fund)

BOISE, Idaho - April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and every county in Idaho will recognize it with displays of blue pinwheels and more. The state had a goal of scheduling events and raising awareness in all 44 Idaho counties by today. The Parents as Teachers program at Eastern Idaho Public Heal

An Idaho child care consultant says you might be sending a future leader to day care, so it's important to pick the facility carefully. (Eduardo Merille/Flickr)

POCATELLO, Idaho – How do parents know if a child care facility is right for them? The answer differs among families, but there are some points to consider. The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) says relationships should be the emphasis among children, caregi

The coffins at Monday's march signify the children who have died from faith-based medical neglect in Idaho. (Bruce Wingate)

BOISE, Idaho – Marchers will carry 183 child-sized coffins to the State Capitol Monday to honor and symbolize each of the children they say have died because of Idaho's faith healing exemption law. Idaho is one of only six states where parents who withhold medical care for religious reasons

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