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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: February 16, 2009

Las Vegas, NV – President Obama is putting the nation's housing crisis on the front burner this week. Lawyers fighting to keep Nevadans in their homes welcome his efforts. Obama will travel to Arizona, the number three state for foreclosures, to reveal new details of how he plans to put the br ...Read More

Des Moines, IA – Iowans will have an opportunity tonight to learn more from top experts about climate change and the impact it's having on the state when the Iowa Climate Change Advisory Council convenes for a public briefing and discussion. Council chair Jerry Schnoor, who is also co-direct ...Read More

Tama, IA – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources today begins a month-long public comment period on a proposed 649 megawatt coal plant that Alliant Energy has proposed near Marshalltown. Among the groups opposing the new electric generation facility is Iowa Interfaith Power and Light, whose ...Read More

As the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (ACHA) lobbies to expand the Medicaid Reform Pilot program to include more counties across the state, Wellcare, the program's largest provider, says it will pull out on May 1, leaving about 80,000 people trying to find new coverage. Wellcare is t ...Read More

Bloomington, IL – By this week of the year, most Americans have earned enough money to pay for their families' food supply for the year. It's called "Food Check Out Week," to highlight the country's safe, abundant and affordable food supply. Illinois Farm Bureau spokesman Steve Simms says th ...Read More

Boise, ID – Presidents Day is all about energy in Idaho today. This is a regular work day for the Idaho Legislature, so citizens and renewable energy groups are meeting with their elected representatives to talk about the state's role in the green-energy economy and how Idaho can get its share ...Read More

Hard times make it harder for victims of domestic violence. According to aid workers, the recession is ratcheting up the pressures that keep some women in abusive relationships. That's what Mindy Perlmutter is seeing in her work as education director for the Nassau Country Coalition Against Domest ...Read More

Richmond, VA – The troubled economy hurts domestic violence victims in two ways: lost services and greater need for help. A yearly snapshot of programs in Virginia shows help is available for immediate assistance, but more long-term legal support and housing are necessary. The National Netw ...Read More

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