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PNS Daily Newscast - May 23, 2018 


The Mueller probe lands another cooperating witness. Also on the rundown: The GAO gives a green light for CHIP cuts; and hurricane experts say – don’t let down guard down.

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Public News Service - WV: Women's Issues

Charleston, WV – At least one in 50 West Virginia children is a victim of child abuse or neglect, according to state statistics. But there's some good news on this "World Child Abuse Prevention Day" -- there are proven ways to build strong families and stop abuse before it starts. Jim McKay,

Charleston, WV – West Virginia baby boomers are not prepared to care for their aging parents, according to a new survey from the American Association of Retired Persons. The AARP has found that, while more families are talking about living arrangements for aging parents, only 40 percent of the

Charleston, WV – The recent, brutal attacks on Megan Williams show that violence motivated by race and gender is a real threat, according to organizers of a forum on hate crimes at West Virginia University. Tonight, legal scholars, law students, and an assistant Attorney General will discuss w

Charleston, WV – Sometimes, a homeless person isn't considered "homeless" according to federal standards, and that can compound the problems for West Virginians who are seeking help as they try to rebuild their lives. Amy Weintraub with Covenant House in Charleston recently testified before

Big Creek, WV – The Logan County torture incident is opening eyes to the racial divide in the region -– and some local residents are reaching across that divide this week. A candlelight vigil on Tuesday brings together black and white residents of the county. Reggie Jones is with the Log

Charleston, WV – The Logan County torture incident should serve as a wake-up call, according to domestic violence experts. Angie Rosser, with the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, says the reported crimes in the Logan County case are all too familiar for people who work with w

The Supreme Court's decision to ban a certain procedure to end pregnancies is the first time the court has ruled in such a case without making an exception for protecting a woman's health. Margaret Chapman with advocacy group West Virginia FREE says the procedure had the backing of major medical as

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