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PNS Daily Newscast - June 5, 2020 


It will likely take donations to help the Twin Cities recover from damage by looters; and state and local governments look for relief in next stimulus bill.

2020Talks - June 5, 2020 


Democrats and Republicans have had drastically different responses to President Trump's militarized response to protests in the nation's capital. And, new electoral maps will be drawn next year, some by legislatures and others by outside entities.

Public News Service - CO: Environment

Denver – Shopping by catalog enhances the choices available to consumers, especially those living in Colorado's rural and mountain communities. Now a new, no-cost website will let shoppers choose which catalogs they want, or don't want, clogging up their mailboxes. David Mizejewski,perhaps bes

Denver, CO – New polls from a Republican polling firm find a large increase in the number of Coloradans concerned about climate change, and overwhelming support for increased use of clean energy. Public Opinion Strategies surveyed voters across the state and found the percentage of voters who

Washington, DC – A tiny invader is causing big trouble for several Colorado waterways. Erin Robertson with the Center for Native Ecosystems says the New Zealand mud snail isn't native to the state. But somehow, it's here -- and that's bad news for local fish and fishermen. "A New Zealand mud

Denver, CO - From Rocky Mountain National Park to Cherry Creek Reservoir and all places in between, Colorado families are heading into the great outdoors to help protect the state's natural treasures. Saturday is "National Public Lands Day," a time to clean up and improve public lands, parks and wil

Washington, DC – An updated analysis from The Wilderness Society indicates more than 20,000 new oil and gas wells could be drilled in Colorado over the next two decades. Some ranchers and businesspeople say they're concerned about the effects on the state's tourism and natural resources. Nada

New federal legislation from Colorado Representative Diana DeGette takes an inventory of Colorado's remaining wilderness and protects more than 1.6 million acres across the state. DeGette feels the state's special places need to be preserved in the face of increasing energy-related development. "Ev

A simple bag of garden mulch from your local hardware store or home center could contain the remains of an important protection against Gulf Coast hurricanes. Cypress mulch, which is often produced from trees cut from southern swamplands, is now on a "no buy" list, created by a coalition of conserva

America's National Parks are being threatened by an "Unnatural Disaster" according to a new report from the National Parks Conservation Association that looks at the affects of global warming. The report highlights the increased danger from wildfires to parks across the West, and David Nimkin with t

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