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PNS Daily Newscast - January 19, 2017 


In focus on our nationwide rundown: President Obama is optimistic at his final scheduled news conference; mayors urge the incoming administration and Congress to focus on urban challenges; tens of thousands head to D.C. for this weekend’s Women’s March; and we take you to a state where natural gas waste rules are in effect – at least, for now.

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Waste Reduction/Recycling

OXNARD, Calif. – Community groups from Oxnard showed up at a California Energy Commission hearing last night to voice their concerns about a ...Read More
PHOENIX – Public health and environmental groups warn that low-income Arizonans will be at greater risk for respiratory problems and heart disea ...Read More
SANTA FE, N.M. -- Not every town had a white Christmas this year, but everyone can have a green holiday season with a little effort. Of course ...Read More
RICHLAND, Wash. - Research at a Washington state lab is proving not everything flushed down the toilet is waste. Scientists at Pacific Northwest ...Read More
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Despite all the wrapping paper, shipping boxes and food packaging, the holiday season doesn't have to be a season of waste ...Read More
HARRISBURG, Pa. – If you want to help the environment this Christmas, you might want to "get real" when you're shopping for a tree. ...Read More
DENVER – Leaders from the faith community in Colorado and across the Southwest are sending a letter today to President Obama and Interior Secret ...Read More
DES MOINES, Iowa — With the holidays just around the corner, recycling containers in Iowa will soon be brimming with boxes, wrapping paper and ...Read More
DENVER - Methane waste from oil and gas production threatens wildlife, but according to a new report by the National Wildlife Federation, capturing ...Read More
PITTSBORO, N.C. – Duke Energy continues to look for a home for the millions of tons of coal ash generated by its coal-fired power plants ...Read More
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