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PNS Daily Newscast - January 18, 2019. 


A blockbuster storm forecast to bring major snowfall to the Midwest today, Northeast over the weekend. Also on the Friday rundown: Women’s Marches planned across the nation tomorrow; plus Democrats slog through Iowa on path to the White House.

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Archive: September 27, 2016

Arizona PIRG Education Fund is helping register new voters on college campuses, part of National Voter Registration Day today. (AZ PIRG Education Fund)

PHOENIX – Today is National Voter Registration Day, a day when thousands of individuals, organizations, celebrities, businesses and elected officials are pounding home the message that Arizonans now have less than two weeks to register to vote in the presidential election. The deadline to regi ...Read More

Food pantries across Oregon are offering more fresh produce and a grocery store-style shopping experience. (Oregon Food Bank)

PORTLAND, Ore. – September is Hunger Action Month, and many pantries in Oregon are changing the way they serve food to the community. Instead of giving out brown boxes filled with canned foods, many food pantries in Oregon are giving families an experience closer to shopping at a grocery store ...Read More

Research shows industrial customers of electric utilities save money if the utilities follow the policies driven by the Clean Power Plan rather than business as usual. (Karim Ghantous/Flickr)

LANSING, Mich. – As the merits of the EPA's Clean Power Plan are argued at an appeals court today, recent data is adding more backbone to arguments in favor of the rules to reduce carbon emissions. Separate reports from Georgia Tech and the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency show how the imple ...Read More

Forest canopies are believed to be extremely important in the success of stream restoration projects. (Amy Meredith/flickr.com)

DOBSON, N.C. – When it comes to stream restoration in North Carolina, much attention often is paid to restoring natural stream function, but a growing body of evidence points to the importance of "looking up" when it comes to such projects. Canopies are the term used to describe the foliage ...Read More

Some faith leaders believe they have a moral obligation to educate communities about climate change. (Don Christner/Flickr)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – As a U.S. District Court begins to hear opening arguments in a case challenging the EPA's Clean Power Plan, faith leaders in Ohio are speaking out on climate change. At a gathering in Columbus today, people from diverse faith backgrounds will pray for creation and call on ele ...Read More

A new California law makes it state policy to promote greenhouse gas reduction in open space and agricultural lands. (Harold E. Malde/The Nature Conservancy)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Climate-change groups are applauding a new bill, just signed by Governor Jerry Brown, that would make it state policy to promote the role of land and soil in scrubbing the air of excess carbon. The Natural and Working Lands Climate Solution Act (Senate Bill 13-86) writes i ...Read More

Despite the fact that Maine allows

AUGUSTA, Maine – Local voting-rights advocates are hoping the first presidential debate primed the pump to get more Mainers registered to vote. Today is National Voter Registration Day, and Jill Ward, the president of Maine's League of Women Voters said they hope to get across the message th ...Read More

A new report authored by a TVA board member finds that manufacturing in Tennessee would see significant benefits from the Clean Power Plan. (TheLeadSA/flickr.com)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – While the issue of clean energy was just one of the myriad of topics discussed at last night's presidential debate, a new study finds that it should be top of mind for big business in the state. Specifically, researchers found that manufacturers will see significant savings ...Read More

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