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PNS Daily Newscast - November 14, 2019 


New evidence arises from the first impeachment hearing; one in four federal student loan borrowers defaults early on; and growing proof that vaping isn't the healthy alternative it was thought to be.

2020Talks - November 14, 2019 


It's World Diabetes Day, and health care, including the high cost of insulin and other drugs, is a top issue for many voters. Plus, do early states like Iowa and New Hampshire have an outsized role in the nomination process?

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Public News Service - ID: Public Lands/Wilderness

Boise, ID – Idaho's mining history could soon be rewritten. The U.S. House has passed the "Hardrock Mining and Reclamation Act," an update of the 135-year-old mining law that covers public lands. If it becomes law, mining companies would have to start paying royalties for what they take from p

Boise, ID – Idaho's Owyhee Canyonlands are highlighted as an example of America's wild legacy, in a new report from the Sierra Club that identifies 52 places of living history. The 500,000 acre Canyonlands area is popular for hunting, fishing and backpacking, as well as being home to sacred

Boise, ID – Hundreds of Idahoans will head into the backcountry this weekend to clean up some of the state’s most-prime real estate: public lands. Saturday is National Public Lands Day and volunteers will be placing new signs, repairing trails, and planting grasses and trees in fire zone

Boise, ID – Taking care of the environment is a mandate from God. That's the premise of a conference in Boise this week. "Let's Tend the Garden" brings together church leaders and their congregations from around the state, to discuss the growing roles churches are playing in environmental stew

With winter approaching, bears in Idaho's backcountry are busy finding as much to eat as possible, and they don't like to be interrupted. This is especially true of grizzlies. Monica Fella with the Sierra Club's "Grizzly Bear Project" says having bear pepper spray on hand might just save the life o

Keeping Idaho backcountry forests roadless has a 99 percent approval rate, according to an analysis of public comments on the Idaho Roadless Rule. The Gem State has more than nine million roadless acres, the most of any state in the Lower 48. Deb Hunsicker in Sagle is one of the more than 37,000 who

It's a waiting game that many think is going on too long. The U.S. House approved a bill to protect Idaho's Boulder-White Clouds a year ago -- the Central Idaho Economic, Development and Recreation Act -- and supporters don't want the momentum to be lost. Brad Chilton in Pocatello is a mountain bike

One hundred Idaho foster families are needed this summer, and they must love outdoor adventures. The Idaho Conservation League is coordinating "adoptions" of roadless areas throughout the state that are at risk of being developed. Jonathan Oppenheimer with the League lists the qualifications for ad

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