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PNS Daily Newscast - November 13, 2019 


Public impeachment hearings in Washington; dreamers protest in Texas; roadless wilderness areas possibly at risk around the country; and an ozone indicating garden, at the North Carolina Governor's Mansion.

2020Talks - November 13, 2019 


Supreme Court hears DACA arguments, and likely will side with the Trump administration, but doesn't take up a gun manufacturer's appeal. Former SC Gov. Mark Sanford drops out of presidential race; and former President Jimmy Carter recovers from brain surgery.

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Public News Service - WA: Women's

Eastern Washington University has hosted workshops and speeches leading up to International Women's Day. (Candace Martin/Eastern Washington University)

CHENEY, Wash. – Today is International Women's Day, and women across the state and around the world are celebrating and pushing for gender equality. The struggle for women's rights has taken on a new tenor in recent weeks, with the Trump Administration's revised travel ban for six Muslim-major

Midwives provide prenatal care as well as care during labor and delivery. (KManzela/Pixabay)

SEATTLE – Midwives are becoming a larger part of the picture when it comes to childbirth, growing in popularity for many mothers across the country. Ushered to the fringes during the 20th century, the most recent data from the CDC shows midwives were the lead care providers for nearly one in

Bills have been introduced in the Washington state House and Senate that would give workers paid family and medical leave. (Pexels/Pixabay)

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Bills have been introduced in both the Washington state House and Senate to give new parents and those who are sick or caring for a loved one paid time off from work. A coalition of legislators, business owners, parents and advocates announced the proposal to bring paid family

Doctors want to open a dialogue with parents about children's vaccination decisions as the school year begins. (Wr52351/Flickr)

SEATTLE – The school year has started, and the State of Washington is asking that school-age children be up-to-date on their immunizations against such highly-contagious diseases as measles. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommends a number of vaccinations aside from thos

Full-time working women in Washington make about 79 percent as much as their male counterparts. (AFGE/flickr)

SEATTLE – If the gender pay gap continues to close at its current rate, women will reach pay equity with men in 2059, according to a new report from the American Association of University Women. Called The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap, the report finds full-time working women are slow

Hillary Clinton says she's putting the

SEATTLE - Last night, Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic Party's nomination, becoming the first female presidential nominee of a major party in U.S. history. Clinton said her nomination put the "biggest crack in the glass ceiling yet" for women, and Seattle mom Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner agrees.

An estimated 107,000 Washingtonians have Alzheimer's disease or dementia. (JI/flickr)

SEATTLE — Washington state researchers are in Toronto this week joined by scientists from around the world for the annual Alzheimer's Association International Conference. The dementia research community is coming together to share studies and discoveries from their work. University of Wisco

Although the threat from Zika is low in the Northwest, women are still being cautioned about sexual transmission of the virus. (pixabay)

SEATTLE, Wash. - As temperatures rise this summer, the threat of the Zika virus looms for many Americans. The risk of contracting the virus in the Northwest is low; the two species of mosquitoes that carry the disease don't typically travel farther north than California's Bay Area. However, contract

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