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PNS Daily Newscast - August 11, 2020 


Small business owners say postal delays make it harder to survive the pandemic; federal stimulus funding falls short for mental health treatment.


2020Talks - August 11, 2020 


Connecticut updates its election rules, and two Trump allies face off in Georgia's state runoff. Plus, a preview of next week's Democratic National Convention.

Public News Service - CA: Cultural Resources

PHOTO: Participants in the 2013 Tamejavi Culture and Art Series show the unique diversity of Central California. Photo credit: Eduardo Stanley.

MADERA, Calif. – The Central Valley is known for its diverse population, with strong connections to agriculture. And to celebrate that heritage, the Tamejavi Cultural and Arts Series is now underway. Music, food, art, poetry and theater are part of the project that also aims to bridge the

PHOTO: CFT president Joshua Pechthalt greets the delegates to open the 71st annual California Federation of Teachers convention on Friday, March 15.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Teachers across the state are receiving layoff notices despite the passage last fall of Proposition 30, which raised taxes to help fund education. Third-grade teacher Megan Kashing said her layoff notice came as a surprise, especially since her school district's budget has a 3

PHOTO: A hiker at Tassajara Creek in the Ventana Wilderness.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Californians celebrating Presidents' Day in a national or state park are not only enjoying the great outdoors, they're improving the state's economy. A new report from the Outdoor Industry Association finds the state's outdoor recreation generates more than $85 billion in consu

Photo: National Marine Fisheries Service considering petition to delist Southern Resident killer whales

The public comment period closes tonight (Monday, 9 p.m.) on a petition to remove some killer whales from the federal endangered species list. Some California farmers say the Southern Resident orcas are not eligible because they're no different than any other type of whale. Miyoko Sakashita, ocean

Pinnacles National Monument
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A bill moving forward in the U.S. House of Representatives would give greater protections to California's Pinnacles National Monument by upgrading it to a national park. The area in central California is known for its volcanic formations, which attract rock climbers of all skill levels. It is also h

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WASHINGTON - Some California students are helping to connect Americans with the great outdoors. The group from the San Gabriel Mountains Forever Leadership Academy is in Washington, D.C., to take part in Great Outdoors America Week. They join people from all over the country who are advocating for l

SAN FRANCISCO - Support is growing to designate the Berryessa-Snow Mountain region, just north of San Francisco and west of Sacramento, as a National Conservation Area. Local environmental groups, recreationists and business owners are praising legislation introduced by California Representatives Mi

OAKLAND, Calif. - On this May Day, marches and rallies are taking place across California. The annual May 1 day of protest includes groups fighting for immigrant and labor rights, affordable education and health care, civil liberties and human rights. California's Occupy groups also hope the day w

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