PNS Daily News - October 25, 2016 

Here’s what’s happening in today’s rundown: the presidential election camps ramp up their legal teams; an anti-immigrant bill draws opposition from faith leaders; and a report shows demand for organic foods is outpacing what’s on grocers’ shelves.

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. – Business and community leaders are meeting on Thursday in Glenwood Springs to learn more about challenges facing the ...Read More
DES MOINES, Iowa – Lawnmowers will soon be switched out for snow blowers in many Iowa garages, as homeowners assess what they'll need during ...Read More
ST. LOUIS – Missouri has made some big strides in saving electricity. The latest report card from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient ...Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Some 340,000 Ohio households owe about $1,700 more in annual energy costs than they can afford, according to federal data on ...Read More
DENVER - If global greenhouse gas emissions continue unchecked, cities along Colorado's Front Range will see hotter summers and more powerful storms ...Read More
DES MOINES, Iowa – Overflowing trash cans and debris on the ground can be signs of a great party, but what's not so great is when all that ...Read More
DENVER -- Analysis by researchers at Colorado State University found oil and gas sector pollution is responsible for more than 750,000 asthma attacks ...Read More
DENVER — City of Boulder Mayor Suzanne Jones said the city will be powered by 100 percent clean energy by 2030. She spoke Wednesday at an event ...Read More
CHARLESTON W.Va. - The paper trail of a company that dumped West Virginia radioactive frack waste into Kentucky landfills is raising serious ...Read More
DES MOINES, Iowa – Picnics over the big holiday weekend present opportunities to serve up meals sustainably. Gretta Geneser, communications ...Read More
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