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PNS Daily Newscast - June 14, 2021 


A petition urges Florida's governor to keep enhanced federal pandemic unemployment benefits in place, and four major U.S. cities had mass shootings over the weekend.


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President Biden says America is back at the global table; voting rights groups launch a 'March on Manchin;' and Nevada jockeys for position to hold the first presidential primary.

Public News Service - OH: Early Childhood Education

Photo: New Census data indicates children who receive adequate food at home, and at school, also perform better academically in school. Photo courtesy: The Children's Aid Society.

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DAYTON, Ohio - The latest Census data indicates poverty is on the decrease nationwide for the first time since 2006. In Ohio, the poverty rate number now sits at 16 percent for 2013, slightly above the national average, but the proportion of children living in poverty in Ohio and the rest of the cou

PHOTO: Sandy Oxley of Voices for Ohio's Children presents their new brief Tackling Child Hunger in Ohio, which examines efforts to address food insecurity among the youngest Ohioans. Photo courtesy of Joree Jacbos.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Organizations that serve Ohio children are joining with hunger-fighting groups to address the continuing hunger crisis among the state's youngest residents. A new brief called Tackling Child Hunger in Ohio from the Ohio Association of Foodbanks and Voices for Ohio's Children looks

PHOTO: A new national report finds Ohio has made strides in improving children's education and health, but children living in poverty remains a pressing problem. Photo credit: Kristine Kisky / Morguefile.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Buckeye State is in the middle of the pack in a national snapshot of child well being, ranking 24th among all 50 U.S. states. Data from the 2014 Kids Count Data Book finds Ohio largely following national trends, and making progress in education and children's health since 2005.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Fifty years after President Lyndon Johnson declared a War on Poverty, advocates for children say childhood poverty remains a persistent problem, impacting an estimated one in four Ohio children. Sandy Oxley, CEO of Voices for Ohio's Children, says there has been progress on

PHOTO:Ohio is doing a good job of offering affordable options when it comes to child care, according to a new national report. Photo: children playing with blocks. Credit: M. Kuhlman

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio is doing a good job of offering affordable options when it comes to child care, according to a new national report. But the research from Child Care Aware of America, also found that in the last year, child care costs have increased at up to eight times the rate of incr

PHOTO: Experts say poor oral health and unmet dental-care needs can put children at an academic disadvantage. Photo of child in dental chair. Credit: M. Kuhlman

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Health professionals say Ohio is not making the grade when it comes to the oral health care of children. According to the Ohio Department of Health, dental care is the top unmet need of Ohio's children, with more than half experiencing dental decay by third grade. Sandy Sm

PHOTO: September is Grandparent Kinship Month. Most grandparents never imagine theyíll have to raise their grandchildren, but many step up when the mother and father are unable. Photo: grandparent and child. Courtesy PCSAO.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Most grandparents never imagine they'll have to raise their grandchildren, but it's becoming more common for them to step up when the mother and father are unable. In Ohio, nearly 7 percent of children are being raised by grandparents or other kinship providers. Patrick Don

PHOTO: Children in Head Start program. Courtesy Clinton County Community Action Program.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Head Start programs in Ohio are going beyond the ABCs and 123s to give young children the best possible start in life as well as in their schooling. October is Head Start Awareness Month - and for decades, many community action agencies in Ohio have been running Head Start programs

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