PNS Daily Newscast - January 17, 2020 

Govt. Accountability Office rules that Trump administration violated federal law on aid to Ukraine; and racial disparities in health care.

2020Talks - January 17, 2020 

Just a couple weeks out from the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary, four Senators are being pulled off the campaign trail for the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

Public News Service - IN: Energy Policy

PHOTO: Trucks on Indiana roadways will face stricter fuel-efficiency standards under a new directive aimed at decreasing greenhouse gas emissions. Photo credit:

INDIANAPOLIS - Big trucks making their way across Indiana will be held to tighter fuel standards in coming years. President Obama on Tuesday directed federal agencies to develop higher fuel-efficiency standards for medium and heavy-duty vehicles by March 2016. John Graham, dean of Indiana Universi

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - When it comes to jobs in the solar industry, the sun is shining on Indiana. The national Solar Jobs Census released this week found 960 new jobs were created there in manufacturing, installation and development of solar projects in 2013, a more than 170 percent increase. India

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's energy-efficiency programs could be dismantled under legislation now at the Statehouse. The Demand Side Management program relies on both large and small users of electricity, but Senate Bill 340 would allow the large industrial users to opt out. The measure was written by R

INDIANAPOLIS - "Customer choice" may sound like a good thing, but according to some experts, Hoosiers need to be aware of the risks of deregulation. Efforts are underway to develop a new energy plan, and one idea being tossed around is the "customer choice" option, where retail customers choose thei

PHOTO:With winter approaching and consumers across Indiana turning up their furnaces, experts say itís a good time to consider how your home can be more energy efficient.

INDIANAPOLIS - Snow, sleet, and ice have many Hoosiers turning up their thermostats, and those natural gas and electric bills can be expensive. According to Anthony Swinger, director of external affairs at the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor, a home energy audit can help residents red

INDIANAPOLIS - A consumer-rights group, the Citizens Action Coalition, is asking in a letter to the state Attorney General to investigate whether over 50 communities buying electricity from the Indiana Municipal Power Agency are getting the low-cost electricity promised by IMPA's investment in the P

INDIANAPOLIS - Conflict-of-interest questions are being raised about two Indiana state lawmakers who've made changes to a Rockport gas plant bill intended to protect natural gas customers from paying for possible losses from an Indiana state contract with Leucadia National Corporation. The contrac

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Citizens Action Coalition is urging a veto from Gov. Pence for Senate Bill 560 (SB 560). Coalition executive director Kerwin Olson explained that if the bill becomes law, natural gas companies would avoid the scrutiny of a full-blown rate case by using what is known as a "tr

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