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PNS Daily Newscast - July 17, 2018 


Trump says he is not buying U.S. intelligence as he meets with Putin. Also on the rundown: as harvest nears farmers speak out on tariffs; immigrant advocates say families should not be kept in cages; and a call for a deeper dive to the Lake Erie algae troubles.

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The National Wildlife Federation is urging Americans to buy a Federal Duck Stamp to show solidarity with National Wildlife Refuges.

DENVER - As the standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon continues, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is urging Americans to buy Federal Duck Stamps to show their support for protecting wildlife habitat on public lands. Aaron Kindle, NWF Western Sportsmen's campaign manager,

Congress is considering reauthorizing a fund that helps protect iconic sites such as Canyons of the Ancients National Monument. Credit: U.S. Bureau of Land Management

DENVER - It's not a household name, but The Land and Water Conservation Fund may be one of the most successful conservation programs in the nation's history, according to a new report. The fund is set to expire in 20 days unless Congress moves to reauthorize the program. David Nickum, executive d

PHOTO: It's a message with a backbeat. The rock band GOODING is playing at high schools in Colorado and across the country in order to connect with kids about the importance of financial literacy and saving money, rather than relying on payday or

DENVER - It's toxic. That's the message consumer watchdog groups are sending on this "National Day of Action Against Payday Lenders." After state legislation passed in 2010, payday-lending companies have had relatively tougher laws to follow in Colorado than in neighboring states. There's now a 45

Graphic: The GLBT Community Center of Colorado's Youth Theater is presenting

DENVER – Television programs like "Glee" are often credited as examples of how the arts can transform the lives of GLBT high schoolers. Something similar is happening at the GLBT Community Center in Denver, where its Rainbow Alley Youth Theater is presenting Almost, Maine this weekend. The pl

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DENVER - Talk of potential military action in Iran escalated again this weekend, with President Obama warning on Sunday that there is still time for diplomacy in the region, but the window of opportunity is closing quickly. In Denver, some Iranians are trying to work to avert a military strike. A

BOULDER, Colo. - This Thursday, the Boulder Chamber Orchestra kicks off its spring season with a "Spring Serenade." The event is the orchestra's major fundraising gala, featuring music performed by renowned guitarist Alfredo Muro, flamenco dancers, and a charity auction with chances at everything fr

DENVER - As the federal government develops a model for preserving the Colorado River basin, one often-overlooked group is trying to make sure its voice is heard. Nuestro Rio, an organization which highlights the Latino influence along the Colorado, organizes activities including community forums a

DENVER - Depressed by dial-up, hundreds of organizations across the country have declared today a day of action, to call attention to the need for affordable, high-speed access to an open Internet in communities of all sizes. Amalia Deloney, coordinator for the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-n

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