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PNS Daily Newscast - November 23, 2017 


In focus on our Thanksgiving Day rundown; U.S. cities take steps to manage transition away from fossil fuel; Hoosier hunters help feed the hungry; social media use now linked to teen suicide; and some pre-Black-Friday tips on avoiding holiday scams.

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Public News Service - WA: Immigrant Issues

A massive raid that was planned for September, known as

SEATTLE -- Here in Washington and across the nation, civil rights and immigrants' advocacy groups are suing over the federal government's refusal to fulfill a Freedom of Information Act request about a recently planned immigration raid. In September, immigrant groups obtained details of "Operation

Arizona's Senate Bill 1070, also known as the

SEATTLE – People with anti-immigrant sentiments are emboldened after laws designed to punish immigrants are passed, according to a study by a University of Washington researcher. Rene Flores, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at UW, included fieldwork and people's opinion

Campaign Nonviolence Week is celebrated around the world to promote peace. (Allanton House World Peace Prayer Society/Flickr)

SPOKANE, Wash. -- Today, cities across Washington state are celebrating the International Day of Peace. In Spokane, people are gathering at Gonzaga University to celebrate with the World Peace Flag Ceremony, where each of the world's 194 national flags are presented and blessed. Joan Broeckling is

Ten states threatened legal action against the Trump administration if the president did not repeal DACA by Tuesday. (Zach Gibson/Getty Images)

SEATTLE - Faith communities here in Washington and across the country are denouncing the Trump administration's decision to end a federal program protecting immigrants brought to the United States as children. About 20,000 people in Washington state are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arr

There have been five hunger strikes at Tacoma's Northwest Detention Center this year. (Seattle Globalist/Flickr)

TACOMA, Wash. - Fourteen Cubans seeking asylum and detained at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma are on a hunger strike and calling for their release. They have refused food and water since Sunday. Maru Mora Villalpando, an organizer for the group Northwest Detention Center Resistance, said

There are about 500,000 Sikhs in the United States. (Michela Simoncini/Flickr)

RENTON, Wash. -- Washington state's Sikh community was rattled in March when a Sikh man in Kent was shot in his driveway. The assailant reportedly yelled, "Go back to your country," leaving many Sikhs unsure of their futures in the area. But since then, many local Sikhs have been building bridges

Farmworkers on Sarbanand Farms say they discovered their work visas expired a month ago. (Community to Community Development)

SUMAS, Wash. - Farmworkers and community members are demanding accountability from Sarbanand Farms in Whatcom County, after a worker died there over the weekend. Workers say Honesto Silva Ibarra complained to his employer about feeling ill before he collapsed in the fields last week. Ibarra took hi

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear cases on President Donald Trump's so-called travel ban in October. (Phil Roeder/Flickr)

SEATTLE – President Donald Trump is celebrating a victory in the U.S. Supreme Court, where justices decided on Monday to let parts of his so-called travel ban go into effect. The court will hear the case in October, but in the meantime the Trump administration can bar travel from six Muslim-

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