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PNS Daily Newscast - October 27, 2020 


Protests as Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to U.S. Supreme Court; New York targets transportation, the state's biggest source of carbon pollution.


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U.S. Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court in a nearly party-line vote. GOP Sen. Susan Collins, up for reelection, is the lone vote against.

Public News Service - Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - COVID-19 cases are on the rise almost everywhere, but the share of new cases in Missouri's rural counties is outpacing the new ...Read More
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson's performance on economic policies have placed him among some of the top governors in the nation in ...Read More
ST. LOUIS -- During historically divisive times, one Missouri city could be moving toward a nonpartisan way of electing its leaders. St. Louis ...Read More
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- During a time when the economy was notably strong, Missouri saw a significant increase in the number of children without ...Read More
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Bookworms and literature buffs in Missouri are celebrating freedom of choice -- of reading materials -- and denouncing attacks ...Read More
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The deadline to register to vote in Missouri is October 7, and some advocacy groups are racing to get the word out with six weeks ...Read More
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- A new boots-on-the-ground initiative is under way to reduce violence and create new opportunities in St. Louis communities plagued ...Read More
ST. LOUIS -- Much like the virus itself, COVID-19 scams continue to spread six months into the pandemic. Since Wednesday, more than 194,000 ...Read More
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