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PNS Daily Newscast - February 17, 2020 


44 Americans infected but not all show signs of sickness of coronavirus; and NC counties declare 2nd Amendment sanctuaries.

2020Talks - February 17, 2020 


Nevada's experiment with early caucusing is underway until tomorrow. Some candidates plus some Nevada Culinary Workers Union Local 226 members oppose Medicare for All, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders defends it, with a study just published making the case for it.

Public News Service - OH: Early Childhood Education

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Hopscotch, jump rope and tag are simple childhood pastimes, but Ohio preschoolers in child care may not be getting enough of that outdoor play, according to a study released Wednesday. A focus group of Cincinnati-area child-care providers looked at potential barriers to physical ac

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Thanksgiving is Thursday, but with the holiday season around the corner, many children are more focused on their wish list than are taking time to reflect on being thankful. Dr. Robin Gurwitch, a clinical psychologist and professor with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center,

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's more than just keeping their pearly whites white . . . Many of Ohio's young children are unable to get the dental care they need to stay healthy. According to a recent report from the Ohio Department of Health, more than half of the state's children have experienced tooth dec

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's back-to-school time in the Buckeye State, and experts say that when it comes to school bus safety, it isn't just the bus driver who is responsible for keeping children out of danger. Dawne Gardner-Davis is an injury prevention specialist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medi

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio's new budget is receiving a new analysis - from the perspective of the state's nearly 3 million children. "Children's Regional Briefings" have been scheduled around the state in the coming weeks to go over budget line items including education, health care and nutrition, says

COLUMBUS, Ohio - From Cleveland to Cincinnati, women from across Ohio are speaking up for children today. As part of a "virtual" day of advocacy, they'll aim comments by phone and e-mail at state leaders, asking them to make the needs of Ohio's children a priority. While all women are invited to par

COLUMBUS, Ohio - With lesson plans starting in kindergarten, it's definitely not your parents' Sex-Ed class, but school district leaders in Cleveland say their comprehensive sexual education program is proving to be a success. An evaluation of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District's K-through-1

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Buckeye State is joining the ranks of states that are protecting their investments in high-quality pre-kindergarten programs despite their shrinking budgets, according to a new national report that also indicates there's still work to be done in Ohio. Last year, cuts to Ohio's

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