PNS Daily Newscast - June 1, 2020 

Protests over Floyd killing go global, as U.S. demonstrations focus on multiple recent victims of alleged lethal police misconduct.

2020Talks - June 1, 2020 

Protests continued over the weekend in police killing of George Floyd, with law enforcement in some cities using force against demonstrators. Former VP Joe Biden urged against violence.

Public News Service - MT: Native American

HELENA, Mont. - Wanted: a home for wild buffalo to roam. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) is accepting public input on placements for bison which have been quarantined by the state. The wild animals are rounded up as calves and tested over time to see if they carry diseases harmful to cattle

HELENA, Mont. - Several environmental groups are calling on President Obama to remove the U.S. State Department from the decision on whether the Keystone XL pipeline is in the "national best interest" because of allegations of bias and cozy relations with the lobbyist for a Canadian company. The gr

HELENA, Mont. - Indian country is bearing the biggest brunt of climate change, according to a new report from tribal groups and the National Wildlife Federation. More frequent extreme weather - such as droughts, floods, wildfires and snowstorms - is detailed, with flooding in Montana this year note

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Today is the last day of Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, and Montana must be doing something right. The teen birth rate has declined significantly over the past 15 years, with two in 10 Montana teens becoming pregnant before age 20, while the national rate is three in 10. Jil

SEELEY LAKE, Mont. - A new forest restoration program means new jobs for Montana, and there's a workshop starting Tuesday to help people and companies win those positions. Most of the work will be by contract in the Southwestern Crown of the Continent, which encompasses parts of the Lolo, Helena and

WHITEFISH, Mont. - A federal district judge has cleared the roadblock on the U.S. Forest Service's Badger-Two Medicine travel plan. The agency banned motorized access in most of the area to protect fragile zones from damage and out of respect for the Blackfeet Tribe, which twice passed resolutions

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - More than $300 million has gone to Montana farmers and ranchers qualifying for various Farm Service Agency (FSA) programs - whether it be disaster assistance or compensation for livestock losses due to severe weather. But all those eligible may not have received payments or know

HELENA, Mont. - Four oil and gas companies are giving it up for the Rocky Mountain Front. They've returned leases to the Bureau of Land Management - leases that affect about 29,000 acres in the Badger-Two Medicine Area of the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Karl Rappold of Depuyer, whose family h

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