PNS Daily Newscast - April 10, 2020 

The week ends with the story that has dominated the news for a month now, including the impact of COVID-19 on domestic violence, child abuse and more.

2020Talks - April 10, 2020 

Today's the deadline for ballots to be returned to the Alaska Democratic Party office in Anchorage. They're using using vote-by-mail to try and expand the electorate -- but the system alone does have some limitations.

Archive: April 6, 2007

Pierre, SD - The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released a second report this year showing that the impact of global warming will become more severe as temperatures rise. Based on the scientific data, the effects will be felt in South Dakota and worldwide. The IPCC assessment is co ...Read More

Des Moines, IA - Since 2001, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been releasing reports on global warming. Each one has substantiated the problem and the human role in causing it. Today the second report this year will be released, and Jerry Schnoor, co-director of th ...Read More

St. Paul, MN - A new report by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change finds we've just seen the tip of the melting iceberg when it comes to the impact of global warming. J. Drake Hamilton with Minnesota-based Fresh Energy has been going through the findings. She says one is th ...Read More

Salem, OR - Almost one in eight children in Oregon does not have health insurance -- and they are part of nine million uninsured children nationwide. The "All Healthy Children Act" introduced in Congress this week would change that, providing medical and mental health coverage for all kids. Cathy K ...Read More

Bismarck, ND - What's the harm in global warming? A report out today from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Control says a one-degree temperature increase will put the Earth at greater risk of wildfires, coral bleaching, flooding and storm damage. And five degrees could result in 3.2 billion peop ...Read More

Olympia, WA - Climate changes in the Western U.S. will mean earlier springs, snowpack declines, more landslides and less water -- results that would affect everything from forests and wildlife, to agriculture and skiing. The second report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change offers a ...Read More

Madison, WI - A global warming report released today paints a bleak picture of animal and plant extinction, flooding and disease, but the leader of a Wisconsin interfaith group says he sees reason for hope. Rev. Dave Steffenson with the Wisconsin Interfaith Climate and Energy Campaign says Wiscons ...Read More

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