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PNS Daily Newscast - February 21, 2019 


Signs that the Mueller Trump/Russia probe could wrap up in the next week. Also on our Thursday rundown: A death penalty repeal likely to pass in New England. Plus, cancer survivors rally for tougher smoking laws in Tennessee.

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Public News Service - CO: Animal Welfare

PHOTO: Bison are among the mascot animals featured in a report from the National Wildlife Federation that outlines how climate change is affected mascot animals in real life. Photo credit: National Park Service.

BOULDER, Colo. - It's a big week for Colorado Buffalo basketball fans, as their team takes on Pittsburgh on Thursday night in March Madness. While the basketball players will no doubt face pressure on the court, their real-life mascot faces an uphill battle of its own, in part because of climate cha

Photo: Pets can help seniors confront illness, depression and loneliness. Courtesy: AARP CO

DENVER – Food drives for humans are quite common in Colorado as winter approaches, but this month there is an effort under way to support our four-legged friends. Collection sites for the Pets Are Wonderful Support (P.A.W.S.) food drive can be found across the Denver metro region. P.A.W.S.

Photo: Only one wolverine lives in Colorado, but the state is considering potentially reintroducing the creature to the state. Courtsey: USFS.

ESTES PARK, Colo. - It's a lonely life for Colorado's only wolverine. The male animal, known as M-56, made his way to the Centennial State in 2009 from the Grand Tetons. The last previously-known wolverine in Colorado disappeared in 1919. And wildlife experts say it may be time for M-56 to have some

BOULDER, Colo. - Some of the people evacuated by the Fourmile Canyon Fire outside of Boulder were allowed to return home Thursday, but experts who deal with natural disasters say that doesn't mean that the emotional stress is over. Officials warned that more evacuations could occur as fire condition

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