PNS Daily Newscast - February 24, 2020 

South Korea raises to highest alert after jump in coronavirus cases. New York aims to speed process for renewable projects.

2020Talks - February 21, 2020 

Tomorrow are the Nevada caucuses, and Nevada Democrats are hoping for them to run far more smoothly than the ones in Iowa. Candidates battle for that top spot and voting continues.

Archive: October 2, 2007

Columbus, OH – A popular farm program that helps farmers protect soil and water quality is at a make-or-break moment in Congressional Farm Bill proposals. The "Conservation Security Program" works with farmers to protect natural resources, by helping them control manure and pesticide runoff, m ...Read More

Des Moines IA – Iowa farmers see a new pest on the horizon, and you might say they plan to swat it before it hurts their crops. It's global warming, and the Iowa Farmers Union joins several other groups today in an effort to encourage Iowa lawmakers to support federal legislation that would se ...Read More

Clark, WY – For those who live near the site of a gas well blowout in the Clark area last year, the local water may not be safe to drink, or cook with, or bathe in. Residents are meeting tonight to discuss how an underground plume of contamination from the blowout has affected them. Testing sh ...Read More

Portland, OR – Oregon experienced one of the biggest declines in property crimes in the nation last year, according to recently released data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Twenty years ago, 200 of every 10,000 Oregonians were victimized by property-related crimes; today, that ...Read More

Nashville , TN – Many people with disabilities are locked out of the nation's work force, victims of often-subtle discrimination, and advocates say that's a loss, both to employers and the U.S. economy. October is "National Disability Employment Awareness Month," an effort to break down work ...Read More

Washington, DC – The Great Lakes, including Lake Superior, are under attack from invasive species, such as Eurasian water-milfoil and zebra mussels, which could hurt recreation and tourism in state waterways. Corry Westbrook of the National Wildlife Federation says they "hitchhike" in when oce ...Read More

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