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PNS Daily Newscast - January 22, 2021 


Biden revokes permit for Keystone XL Pipeline; Dr. Anthony Fauci expresses relief at being able to speak honestly about COVID-19.


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Cabinet appointments moving along: SecDef nominee Lloyd Austin's Senate confirmation may come today. Tribal reaction to Biden's permit cancellation of Keystone XL Pipeline, plus new details on COVID-response.

Archive: June 8, 2016

Support is strong in all geographic regions of Kentucky for a statewide smoke-free law according to the latest poll data. (Greg Stotelmyer)

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Policies that lead to decreased smoking rates are now garnering strong support in all five regions of the Bluegrass State, according to the latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll. The survey found two-thirds of Kentuckians favor a statewide law prohibiting smoking indoors in most pub ...Read More

Environmentalists say many of Wisconsin's small, clean streams are drying up because of high-capacity wells used to provide water for huge factory farms. (USGS-WI)

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COLOMA, Wis. - As some of the lakes and streams in central Wisconsin are being drawn down or even disappearing, environmentalists are urging the Department of Natural Resources to exercise caution in approving high-capacity wells. The wells typically are used to provide water for the large factor ...Read More

Thousands of North Dakota parents who are behind in child support payments are getting some unique help to catch up. (iStockphoto)

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BISMARCK, N.D. - With Father's Day just around the corner, North Dakota officials are now offering some forgiveness for parents who've been late on their child support payments. For the first time the state's child support service is setting up what's called the Amnesty Project for parents who ow ...Read More

North Carolinians generate thousands of pounds of electronics waste every year, and up until now a state program has facilitated the recycling of that material. (Morguefile.com)

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- North Carolina companies and individuals for six years have participated in a program to recycle unwanted electronics to comply with a ban on electronics in landfills. On Tuesday, legislation that would reverse those efforts was scheduled for a vote in the state Senate but was remov ...Read More

The Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs recommends people use caution when seeking rental property from individuals, particularly on Craigslist, after reports of scams. (midvale/morguefile)

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Perusing the classifieds in the Sunday paper for a rental property is becoming less common, as Tennesseans turn to websites for their searches. But the Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs warns not all listings are legitimate. Claire Marsalis, assistant director of communicati ...Read More

About 400 STEM Festivals will be held for students in Maryland this fall. (STEM Festival)

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COLUMBIA, Md. -- It can be a challenge to convince kids that science and math can be fun. But in Maryland, inroads are being made with a series of hands-on events. The STEM Festivals feature robotics, painting with computers, designing and building, and other projects -- all teaching children the i ...Read More

Wayne National Forest is among the nearly 6 million acres of national public lands in Ohio. (Nick Juhasz/Wikipedia)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - National forests, parks and other recreation areas are popular destinations for summer travel, and a new poll shows most Ohioans want to keep these public lands in public hands. More than 80 percent of people in a new survey released by the National Wildlife Federation said they be ...Read More

Nathaniel Boehme is the first LGBT Veterans Coordinator in the nation. (People Assisting the Homeless)

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PORTLAND, Ore. - The Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs has taken an unprecedented step by hiring the nation's first LGBT Veterans Coordinator. Nathaniel Boehme was hired in May and is training for the new position this month, which is also LGBT Pride Month. Boehme says lawmakers originally p ...Read More

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