PNS Daily Newscast - July 3, 2020 

Economists say coronavirus disaster declarations may be the quickest path to reopening; militia groups use virus, Independence Day to recruit followers.

2020Talks - July 3, 2020 

Trump visits South Dakota's Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore today; nearby tribal leaders object, citing concerns over COVID-19 and a fireworks display. Plus, voter registration numbers are down from this time in 2016.

Archive: March 28, 2007

This week the Senate debates a controversial spending bill. There's been plenty of talk about money for Iraq and a possible timetable for troop withdrawal, but little mention of critical dollars to help Colorado ranchers and preserve public lands that are also at stake. Jared Koch with the Colorad ...Read More

Activists and local youth say they're fed up with racial profiling at the Aurora Mall, and they're calling on the City of Aurora to hold hearings on the allegations. A lawyer for the mall's owner, Simon Property Group, has said it takes the charges seriously and is conducting an internal review of ...Read More

The American Cancer Society released new breast cancer screening guidelines today that recommend the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to detect early stage breast cancer. Oncologist Dr. Amy Krie with the Avera Cancer Institute in Sioux Falls says a panel of experts reviewed new evidence and ...Read More

Many cancer survivors say their greatest fear is that someday their cancer will return. And within days of each other, there have been two cases of well-known cancer survivors reporting reoccurrence. Elizabeth Edwards, wife of the presidential candidate, announced her cancer had returned in bones, ...Read More

This is "Youth Lobby Day" at the State Capitol. Organizer Lorie Alveshere, with the Sexuality Education for Life Coalition says a hundred students from across Minnesota will be at the Statehouse to talk with policymakers about the need for a "comprehensive sex education" program in Minnesota school ...Read More

Five days after tornadoes tore through eastern New Mexico, recovery continues and much more help is still needed. Johnny Chavez is the Director of the Community Action office in Clovis where some families are still without electricity. "All their perishable food is gone, and so we're issuing certi ...Read More

Efforts to meet New York's budget deadline went late into the night all parties are pushing to finish the budget on time for a third year in a row, bucking the previous 20-year tardy streak. Michael Davoli, spokesperson for the Alliance for Quality Education, said the hold-up is over school fundin ...Read More

Ohio may be turning greener, and not just because it's springtime. An unprecedented coalition of over 60 farm, fishing, and conservation groups are joining together today to lay out their top priorities for lawmakers. Bill DeMora with the Ohio League of Conservation Voters says there are "green" ...Read More

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