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PNS Daily Newscast - April 19, 2019 


A look at some of the big takeaways from the release of the redacted Mueller report. Also, on our Friday rundown: Iowa recovers from devastating floods and prepares for more. And, scallopers urged to minimize the threat to seagrass.

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Archive: December 3, 2007

Cheyenne, WY – For senior citizens, the "prescription" for getting prescriptions filled smoothly in the coming year is to pay attention. December is the month when Wyomingites in their golden years need to take a look at their Medicare Part D prescription plans. Loisjean Hallberg, of the Wyom ...Read More

Boise, ID – Idaho teens are looking for a "third place" to call home, and public libraries are working on fitting the bill. Besides home and school, teens look to other locations for social interaction, and a new study shows that these so-called "digital natives" might find public libraries ar ...Read More

Seattle, WA – This week, it's back to the drawing board for Energy Northwest -- or is it? The company's new coal-fired power plant for Kalama, Washington, was stopped last week with a unanimous decision by the state's Energy Facility Site Evaluation Committee. EFSEC said the plan didn't come c ...Read More

Madison, WI – Wisconsin's rural communities are planting the seeds of economic growth, and the authors of a new book say the holiday season is a great time for the rest of the state to encourage the trend. Jan Joannides is coeditor of "Renewing the Countryside - Wisconsin." She says small town ...Read More

Charleston, WV – When it comes to state government, the top priorities should be helping people out of poverty, and building a strong middle class. That's the view of a group holding its first annual meeting today in Charleston, including a discussion of ways that West Virginia lawmakers can c ...Read More

Sioux Falls, SD – Serious risks of heart disease are showing up in children as young as age three. The new report, conducted by the American Heart Association, encourages parents in South Dakota and elsewhere to make sure their kids get plenty of exercise and good nutrition. Dr. Theresa Stam ...Read More

Helena, MT – As Montana gets ready for the holidays, shoppers can look close to home for special meals and gifts. Lill Erickson with the Corporation for the Northern Rockies says a "home-grown" holiday helps the local economy, and can give a big boost to rural communities. She says the state o ...Read More

San Jose, CA - World AIDS Day events held over the weekend encouraged people to "Take the Lead," and that's exactly what some California teens are doing today. At various schools across the state, teen activists are educating their classmates about the AIDS pandemic. Sandal Khandoker, a junior at No ...Read More

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