PNS Daily Newscast - March 19, 2018 

Facebook is under the gun for failing to disclose misused data of 50 million Americans during the 2016 election. Also on our Monday rundown: a new study shows e-cigarettes are harmful to teens; and it's Poison Prevention Week – a good time to dispel some myths.

Daily Newscasts


How can Minnesota get some "new blood" down on the farm? A Minnesotan will testify before a U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee today about efforts ...Read More
Whether it's too much moisture or not enough, farmers are at the mercy of Mother Nature. And North Dakota farmers are flying into the nation's ...Read More
The American Dream is still alive in rural South Dakota, but it'll take work and new ideas. That's the message of the sixth annual Midstates ...Read More
Congress will soon begin writing the 2007 Farm Bill, the core document of U.S farm policy. This coming weekend Senator Tom Harkin, chair of the ...Read More
An energy agreement President Bush signed during his recent trip to South America is raising concerns in Minnesota. It calls for the U.S. and Brazil ...Read More
A bill to increase Minnesota's minimum wage faces its first House test today. Sponsor Tom Rukavina says it's a matter of economic justice and ...Read More
In most Wisconsin counties, farmers are still hoping for federal disaster relief for disasters that date back to 2005, and a bill expected in ...Read More
Montana cowboys say "bring it on." They want competition when they take their cattle to market, which is something many say has been missing over ...Read More
Sowing the seeds of rural economic development in Idaho may mean looking beyond the farm. Cultivating small businesses may be the fertilizer small ...Read More
Currently, Iowa has a patchwork of rules and regulations governing livestock confinement operations. The House Environmental Protection Committee ...Read More
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