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PNS Daily Newscast - September 18, 2020 


A federal judge slams the brakes on U.S. Postal Service changes nationwide; and we take you to the state 'out front' for clean elections.


2020Talks - September 18, 2020 


Trump slams the 1619 project on Constitution Day, and Pennsylvania's Supreme Court makes some election changes.

Archive: June 4, 2007

It's immigration week for the U.S. Senate as it takes up an immigration reform bill loaded with more than 100 amendments. More than 1,000 Idahoans are letting Congress know that family should come first in the immigration debate. Alicia Clements with the Idaho Community Action Network believes rece ...Read More

The farming field is not a level playing field in Idaho, or across the country according to an agriculture group that is singing the praises of legislation proposed for the next farm bill. The Rural America Preservation Act would eliminate loopholes that have allowed big business farms to collect u ...Read More

A nationwide study released today by Wake Forest University researchers finds 70 percent of parents with guns aren't storing them safely. Dr. Jonathan Groner, surgical director of the pediatric intensive care unit at Ohio State and trauma director at the Children's Hospital in Columbus says a few ...Read More

Gas prices topped $3.40 in Oregon last week, and that's putting a big squeeze on household budgets. But there may be some relief in sight as Congress considers higher fuel efficiency standards, which would be the first improvement since 1975. Corky Senical with NeighborImpact in Redmond comments it' ...Read More

The Tennessee Legislature is back at the table Monday ready to clean their plates on the food/tobacco tax issue. Just how much of a break Tennessee families will get on their grocery bills, and for how long, is expected to be decided. Donnie Douglas owns Douglas' Food Market in Jellico. He and man ...Read More

A majority are in their 20s and 30s, one-quarter of them are women, and one-third are African American. Those are the latest statistics on West Virginians battling HIV/AIDS as the state's month-long Rainbow Pride Festival gets underway. Amy Weintraub with the Covenant House in Charleston says the di ...Read More

Crops are growing for Wisconsin farmers, and so are carbon credits. Farmers can get paid through the Chicago Climate exchange for trapping carbon in the ground by doing things like maintaining grasslands, practicing no-till agriculture, and forestry projects. The program has been available for far ...Read More

Out of sight and out of mind. A technology used by some in the state’s oil and gas development industry should become the standard, according to some conservationists. It's called "directional drilling." Wildlife biologist Erik Molvar with the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance says drilling c ...Read More

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