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PNS Daily Newscast - July 19, 2019 


Chants of a different sort greet U.S. Rep. Omar upon her return home to Minnesota. Also on our Friday rundown: A new report says gunshot survivors need more outreach, support. Plus, sharing climate-change perspectives in Charlotte.

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Archive: September 6, 2013

PHOTO: Molly B, a service dog from the Courthouse Dogs Foundation in Washington state, will be in Little Rock next week, and her visit might spark a program to bring her kin to Arkansas to help abused children going through the legal system. Courtesy of the Courthouse Dogs Foundation.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Organizers hope one thing to come out of a conference next week will be that service dogs will accompany Arkansas children who have to testify about abuse and neglect. Molly B won't be a keynote speaker at the MidSOUTH Training Academy's child abuse conference – mayb ...Read More

Photo: Hydropower dams at Yadkin River. Courtesy: Yadkin Riverkeeper

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – This weekend as North Carolinians enjoy the last of summer on the state's lakes and rivers, the fight continues over ownership of the Yadkin River. One month after the state filed in a Wake County Court to establish state ownership of the river, the Yadkin Riverkeeper i ...Read More

PHOTO: Oregonians love to fish, and many share the concerns about climate change and its effects on freshwater fish detailed in a new National Wildlife Federation report. Photo courtesy Nat'l. Park Service.

PORTLAND, Ore. – Northwest salmon and trout are some of the stars of a new report that predicts a changing climate doesn't have anything good in store for them – or the anglers who spend so much time and money trying to catch them. Freshwater fish need plenty of cold, clean water, and a ...Read More

PHOTO: More than 52,000 people in Washington who need assistance with their daily health and personal care depend on home-care workers. Photo credit: iStockphoto.com.
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SEATTLE – There's good news and bad for the hundreds of people attending the annual convention of SEIU Healthcare 775 Northwest. It's the labor union for home care aides and long-term care workers. They're celebrating getting their first pay raise since 2008, in a new contract with the state. ...Read More

PHOTO: Rising water temperatures are not only posing a threat to Ohio fish, but also local economies, according to a report released this week by the National Wildlife Federation. Walleye jumping out of Lake Erie. Courtesy NWF.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Whether its catching walleye in Lake Erie or catfish in the Ohio River, fishing is an important part of Ohio's outdoor traditions and economy. But a new report finds climate change fueled by industrial carbon pollution is affecting freshwater fish. Frank Szollosi, Great La ...Read More

PHOTO:  Map showing general path of proposed Bluegrass Pipeline. Credit: Bluegrass Pipeline project

FRANKFORT, Ky. – The two companies that are working together to move natural gas liquids through new and repurposed pipelines in Kentucky defended their controversial project before state lawmakers Thursday. The developers of the Bluegrass Pipeline – Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Par ...Read More

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