PNS Daily Newscast - July 3, 2020 

Economists say coronavirus disaster declarations may be the quickest path to reopening; militia groups use virus, Independence Day to recruit followers.

2020Talks - July 3, 2020 

Trump visits South Dakota's Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore today; nearby tribal leaders object, citing concerns over COVID-19 and a fireworks display. Plus, voter registration numbers are down from this time in 2016.

Archive: May 26, 2009

Columbus, OH – Health-care coverage in Ohio looks grim, according to a new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The study says that without health care reform, businesses could see their health-care costs double within 10 years. The effect would be fewer employers offering health in ...Read More

Chicago, IL – It's money that cash-strapped Illinois could use. A new line-item comparison of the 2008 federal budget with President Obama's recently proposed 2010 budget shows big changes - including increases in renewable energy - and that means real cash for states. According to numbers f ...Read More

Spirit Lake, IA – More and more Iowa farmers are joining the ranks of what are known as "stewardship farmers." They not only raise crops and livestock for consumption, but they also are good stewards of the land and water, says Teresa Opheim, executive director of Practical Farmers of Iowa. " ...Read More

The hot weather saw many Floridians flocking to the beach over the long weekend, and more than a few swimmers were wondering if there were sharks about. However, conservationists say shark attacks are rare. Instead, it's the sharks themselves that are in danger. Julie Arner, Global Shark Conservat ...Read More

Philadelphia - The cars and trucks of the future probably won't mean you'll have to cram your family into a subcompact to save fuel and dollars. In fact, the biggest changes in the vehicles of tomorrow may be the ones you never see. President Obama's plan to reduce vehicle emissions and boost miles ...Read More

Frankfort, KY - Anti-smoking forces in Kentucky hope their state avoids the path followed by North Carolina: passing a watered-down smoking ban. Starting next year, North Carolina will prohibit smoking in bars and restaurants. While a statewide ban has been discussed in Kentucky, such broad legislat ...Read More

Frankfort, KY – One strip mine too many. That's what critics of a mine planned next to Robinson Forest in Breathitt County are saying, because the forest already is nearly surrounded by other mines that are drastically changing the topography. Attorney Hank Graddy is an expert in water-quali ...Read More

Portland, OR – Every dollar counts for the thousands of Oregonians who have lost their jobs, and one legislative proposal would exempt the first $2400 in unemployment benefits from state income taxes. It's a tax break already in place for federal income taxes. District 2 State Senator Jason At ...Read More

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