PNS Daily Newscast - June 26, 2019 

Mueller to testify in open session; migrant children returned to troubled detention center; plus ending the school-to-prison pipeline, and seeking justice for Native Americans killed at Wounded Knee.

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Archive: July 10, 2007

Many Iowans live within a few miles of where food is grown, but very few venture out to the farms to buy their food directly from producers. As part of a statewide “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” campaign, farmers in the Quad Cities area are hosting farm tours this weekend, with stops at farms, ...Read More

If you are thinking about going swimming in Iowa lakes, rivers and streams this summer, keep your mouth shut and cover open cuts. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources tests swimming areas weekly for levels of e.coli bacteria. Steve Veysey with the Iowa Sierra Club says manure runoff from livesto ...Read More

Oregonians are on the ground in Pakistan helping distribute over 400 tons of food today to victims of severe flooding there. They're part of the Oregon-based humanitarian aid group Mercy Corps' relief efforts in the area. South Asia Program Officer John Stephens says right now they're focusing on im ...Read More

It’s time to sort through the trash. A lawsuit is in the works after years of documentation that toxic pollution is seeping from the Dickson County Landfill into water supplies and the soil. Unsafe levels of an industrial de-greaser called TCE (trichloroethlyne) are linked to nervous system, ...Read More

Flood waters in Pakistan left hundreds of thousands homeless and affected millions there, and aid is flooding in from the Northwest. The Northwest-based humanitarian group Mercy Corps is distributing over 400,000 pounds of food today to flood victims. South Asia Program Officer John Stephens says th ...Read More

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