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PNS Daily Newscast - September 13, 2019 


Prosecutors get approval to bring charges against former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe; and the Trump administration rolls back clean water protections.

2020Talks - September 16, 2019. (3 min.)  


2020 presidential hopefuls tweet about more sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Democrats who didn't make it onto last week's debate stage continue their grassroots approaches.

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Archive: July 2, 2007

They're stories that make people cringe -- a father beating one of his daughters unconscious, sexually abusing another, and beating animals to death in front of the family. Yet the experience of writing it all down has helped a woman raised in Montana heal after surviving domestic violence as a chil ...Read More

Too many schools in California have the same school "colors," according to racial justice watchdogs dismayed by the new Supreme Court ruling on school segregation. Tammy Johnson, of the Applied Research Center in Oakland says the ruling has caused confusion. She says while it struck down specific de ...Read More

We all know it pays to protect the environment, but soon, more Colorado farmers and ranchers will be 'reaping' those rewards directly. Congress recently restored funding to the "Conservation Security Program," which means more producers can be compensated for their environmental stewardship efforts. ...Read More

A Massachusetts aid group is one of few with access to Gaza City after its violent takeover more than two weeks ago. Hamas took control of the city from rival Palestinian faction Fatah in a bloody five-day battle that killed approximately 100 people. David Holdridge, Middle East regional director ...Read More

A Midwest based farm group is giving a thumbs up to Congress for approving a supplemental budget bill that restores funding for the Conservation Security Program. Tracie Bruckner with the Center for Rural Affairs says the program rewards farmers in selected watersheds who practice and promote conse ...Read More

Over a dozen Minnesota groups have sent a letter to state Congress members involved in writing the new farm bill, asking them to make rural economic development a priority. Spokesman Dan Owens with the Center for Rural Affairs says it's a great opportunity to create jobs and boost local economies. ...Read More

There's even more reason to buckle up if you're vacationing in small-town New England on this Fourth of July. A new study shows 75 percent of New Hampshire's traffic fatalities take place on rural roadways. That's the 13th worst figure in the country, and Police Chief Russell Lary of the Sunapee-reg ...Read More

Catching an Idaho signature salmon for the dinner table is a tricky catch this year. Fishing seasons have been short and few, although another chance is underway on the South Fork of the Salmon River this week. Fisheries biologist Bert Bowler with Idaho Rivers United predicts it won't last long beca ...Read More

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