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PNS Daily Newscast - July 22, 2019 


As the weekend heatwave subsides, a report predicts more killer heat in the future; Democrats continue to push for articles of impeachment against Trump; and could a House bill be a watershed moment for wildlife conservation?

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Archive: April 11, 2008

Billings, MT – A pair of Connecticut librarians who refused to be "shushed" are in Montana sharing their stories of fighting back against government prying into people's reading habits. They were the first to refuse to comply after being served by the FBI with a so-called National Security L ...Read More

Sacramento, CA - Free help and free money. Those two things may motivate Californians to meet the April 15th tax deadline. This year's national economic stimulus plan means an extra tax rebate for many in the state, but there's also another way to get more money. It's the Earned Income Tax Credit, a ...Read More

Chicago, IL – An Illinois nun today is continuing her year-long "habit" of intervening on behalf of people detained for immigration violations. Sister of Mercy JoAnn Persch, who is with the Catholic Campaign for Immigrant Justice, has been praying outside the Broadview Detention Center every ...Read More

Des Moines, IA - With gas prices soaring ever higher, more Iowans are turning to public transit to get around. However, such transportation is not getting much attention at the statehouse as the legislative session winds down. With lawmakers making final decisions on dividing up the money, transit p ...Read More

Parker Dam State Park, PA – The call of the wild is bi-partisan, but it takes hard work and perseverance to make it heard where it counts. Those who want to see the Citizens' Wilderness Proposal for Pennsylvania's Allegheny National Forest become law will review the history of successful wilde ...Read More

Washington, DC – It's been a wild ride for the Wild Sky. After seven long years of Congressional ping-pong, Washington State is close to getting its "Wild Sky Wilderness Area." The bill designating it passing the U.S. Senate on Thursday--for the fourth time. The difference now, supporters say, ...Read More

Northfield, NH - Big Bird will be there. So will Elmo, the Cat in the Hat, Gov. John Lynch, a colony of bats, sled dogs and lots of kids. They'll all be on hand for New Hampshire's first celebration of Literacy Day Saturday at Southwick School in Northfield. Organizers say the exhibits of literary a ...Read More

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