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PNS Daily Newscast - May 24, 2019 


President Trump's reported to be ready to sign disaster relief bill without money for border security. Also on the Friday rundown: House bills would give millions a path to citizenship; and remembering California’s second-deadliest disaster.

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Some Minnesota health care advocates are trying to remove the social stigmas surrounding mental illness through educational events as part of May as National Mental Health Awareness Month. (iStockphoto)

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Mental illness may be affecting more Minnesotans than you think, as health professionals say about 224,000 people receive mental health services in the state. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it's being used as a time to remember that those who are seeking treatment ...Read More

There are plenty of great dogs available for adoption in shelters, but advocates say beware of online and so called backyard breeders. (Veronica Carter)

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The idea of a new puppy in the family can sound like a great idea, but the Arkansas Attorney General's Office has a warning: Watch out for online breeders who promise a lot of things but don't follow through. These breeders have photos of adorable puppies and guarantee th ...Read More

Cyclists celebrate Bike Month to promote fitness, safety and environmentally-friendly transportation. (DSMBikeCollective.org)

DES MOINES, Iowa - Bicycles are a way to get around virtually pollution-free, to stay fit and simply have fun and meet new people. Carl Voss, who's been riding for more than 40 years, is the founder of the Des Moines Bike Collective, a nonprofit group promoting cycling. He says throughout the mon ...Read More

Power generated by wind turbines in Wyoming dropped almost 14 percent in 2015, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. (Vjurleit/Pixabay)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Growth in wind power production was down in 2015 due to lower wind speeds in key regions, particularly in western states, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Energy. Nationally, power from wind turbines grew by just over 5 percent last year, the smallest in ...Read More

Almost 20 percent of Philadelphia school children have asthma. (iStock)

PHILADELPHIA – Tuesday is World Asthma Day and in Philadelphia, the event will be marked with a march and rally for cleaner air. The noon rally at City Hall will be led by the groups Moms Clean Air Force and PennEnvironment. The City of Brotherly Love received an F grade in the American Lu ...Read More

More than a dozen circuses continue to use elephants, but Ringling Brothers has now ended the practice. (Laura Bittner/Flickr)

WILKES BARRE, Pa. – Ringling Brothers Circus on Sunday closed the curtain on the use of elephants in its shows with a final performance in Wilkes Barre. Pressure has been mounting on circuses to end elephant acts. For the elephants, the traveling shows can mean long hours of being shackled a ...Read More

Rail accidents could increase by 22 percent if improvements are not made to rail lines, according to a report on the proposed Columbia River coal terminal. (Greg Goebel/Yvcol_2b)

SEATTLE - Greenhouse-gas emissions from the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal-export project in Longview would be equivalent to adding more than 600,000 cars to the road each year. That's according to a draft environmental impact study released by Cowlitz County and the Washington State Depa ...Read More

Food pantries pick up the slack when low income families can't qualify for federal help. (USDA)

ST. LOUIS – More than a million people in Missouri are going hungry. The food bank network Feeding America's "Map the Meal Gap" report for 2016 is out, and it says almost 17 percent of the people who live in the state are food insecure, and it would take about a $500 million to meet everyone ...Read More

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