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PNS Daily Newscast - November 12, 2019 


Former President Carter in the hospital; bracing for an arctic blast; politics show up for Veterans Day; trade and politics impact Wisconsin farmers; and a clever dog learns to talk some.

2020Talks - November 12, 2019 


65 years ago today, the federal government shut down Ellis Island, and the Supreme Court hears landmark case DACA; plus, former MA Gov. Deval Patrick might enter the Democratic primary race.

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Archive: September 17, 2007

Denver, CO – A study released this month found that Colorado is the "thinnest state." However, childhood obesity is on the rise and educators are looking at new ways to fight this growing health problem by getting kids to make healthier choices. Debi Flynn with Clayton Family Futures, a Denver ...Read More

Seattle, WA – Smaller fish and shorter seasons characterize this year's disappointing Northwest salmon fishing season. It has prompted Washington farmers, chefs and commercial fishermen to join forces. Later this week, they'll meet to brainstorm ideas for changing current policies to save nati ...Read More

Great Falls, MT – Montana's farmers and ranchers are talking about what's "COOL" and what's hot this week in Congress. Country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) for meat and the state's extraordinarily warm, dry summer are just two topics of discussion as producers meet with members of Congress. Monta ...Read More

Fruits and vegetables are at the top of the list of healthy foods according to the USDA "Food Pyramid," and farmers in the nation's "salad bowl" want to make sure the next U.S. Farm Bill heeds that advice. Kris O'Connor with the Central Coast Vineyard Team feels past Farm Bills haven't been very sup ...Read More

Pierre, SD – For the first time in its 94 year history, the American Cancer Society is focusing its entire marketing budget on an aggressive campaign to address cancer's high toll on the uninsured. Jennifer Stalley, of the American Cancer Society's South Dakota office, says inadequate and unaf ...Read More

Lander, WY – Don't just get mad –- get donations, get organized and get something done. That kind of resolve led to the creation of the Wyoming Outdoor Council. Today, the group is celebrating 40 years of watch-dogging oil and gas drilling, private fencing of public lands, and destructiv ...Read More

Las Cruces, NM – Living near the border can give residents a "borderline" trust of local police, according to a local civil rights group. Sheriff's deputies in Otero and Doña Ana Counties are now carrying out immigration raids in New Mexico's border towns, a job that used to be done by fe ...Read More

Alexandria, VA – According to a new report from the Virginia-based children's advocacy group, First Focus, the state is losing ground faster than most when it comes to children going without health insurance. First Focus President Bruce Lesley says the surest way to reverse the trend is throug ...Read More

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