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PNS Daily Newscast - March 22, 2019 


President Trump rattles the Middle East, saying the U.S. will recognize Israel’s authority over the Golan Heights. Also on our Friday rundown: A judge blocks laws limiting the power of the new Wisconsin governor. Plus, momentum builds across party lines to abolish the death penalty.

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Archive: March 17, 2008

Oakland, CA - California motorists are probably seeing more red than green on this St. Patrick's Day. At $3.62, the average price for a gallon of gas here has reached another all-time high, as the most expensive in the nation. It's worth thinking about "going green" to save some "green." Bob Schild ...Read More

Sturbridge, Mass. -- It's not your grandpappy's library. Today, shelves once bulging with books or magazines also offer video games. It's a way to get young people into their building, librarians say, and that's the first step toward turning them on to reading. Librarians Cheryl Zelazo and Patricia ...Read More

Denver, CO - Millions of dollars are up for grabs for farmers and ranchers who have new ideas for a raw product, be it biodiesel or cottage cheese. They just need to ask for the money. The deadline for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's "Value-Added Producers" grant program is March 31. Mike Heav ...Read More

Casper, WY – With renewed interest in South Dakota's uranium deposits due to skyrocketing prices, groups from five states gathered in Casper over the weekend to express their concerns about uranium mining and its environmental effects. Representatives of the South Dakota Sierra Club and nine o ...Read More

Lyons, NE – North Dakota farmers and ranchers with idead to expand their operations can get some help from the U.S. Deapartment of Agriculture, but the grant application deadline is just two weeks away. The "Value-Added Producer" grant helps farmers begin more profitable operations, such as ch ...Read More

Charlestown, WV – Supporters of a "clean elections" law for West Virginia say special interests have too much influence over the state's political campaigns and policy decisions. They're working toward a publicly-financed system that they say will give ordinary West Virginians more pull at the ...Read More

Pierre, SD – State lawmakers return to Pierre today, after a two-week break, to put the final wrap on this year's legislative session. One group expressing its appreciation to lawmakers for a job well done is the South Dakota State Employees Organization (SDSEO). Its spokesman commended policy ...Read More

Chicago, IL – "Erin go...brown?" A St. Patrick's Day report warns it could happen. As Illinois residents celebrate the "green" spirit today, a new study finds that climate change is already disrupting Ireland's normal rainfall patterns and boosting its average temperatures. It's a recipe that ...Read More

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