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PNS Daily Newscast - March 9, 2021 


IA reporter trial renews calls to protect press freedoms; California movement to ban new gas stations is spreading.


2021Talks - March 9, 2021 


The House votes on the American Rescue Plan, President Biden signs orders to advance gender equity, and with legislation pending to protect voting rights, pressure grows to end the Senate tactic of the filibuster.

Public News Service - NC: Water

Each year, more North Carolinians are affected by property damage and disruptions from flooding. (Adobe Stock)

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- Last year was the second-wettest on record for North Carolina, and communities across the state are looking for better ways to deal with intense rainfall and costly flooding. The North Carolina Coastal Federation's new plan shows natural water-management techniques, like rain garde

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- President Joe Biden will release a slew of executive orders aimed at curbing pollution, conserving natural lands, and addressing environmental injustice. Among the orders, he'll establish a new Office of Climate Change at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address

Climate change could result in the displacement of more than 140 million people - particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America - before 2050, according to a 2018 World Bank Group report. (Adobe Stock)

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- Experts say food shortages, housing insecurity and other hardships many North Carolinians are experiencing from the pandemic could become commonplace as climate change drives more extreme weather events. According to the state's Climate Science Report, the past decade represents th

Feces and urine from hogs on industrial farms are stored in large pools called lagoons. (Adobe Stock)

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TRENTON, N.C. -- State officials are investigating why one million gallons of hog waste spilled into an eastern North Carolina waterway last month. The waste was being stored in a large lagoon, a common practice among the state's hog farms, but environmental advocates warn these types of events cou

Hurricane Florence in 2018 caused extensive flooding in North Carolina, with damage that's still being cleaned up in some areas. (Adobe Stock)<br />

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Print version by Dan Barkin Broadcast version by Nadia Ramlagan Reporting for The Raleigh News & Observer - North Carolina News Service collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting RALEIGH, N.C. -- As journalists around the country turned their attention this year to covering the CO

The city of Mount Airy, N.C., has undertaken a major stream-restoration project. (Adobe Stock)

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MOUNT AIRY, N.C. -- Small towns across the state are focusing efforts on environmental restoration and creating equitable access to green spaces despite this year's challenges from the pandemic. The city of Mount Airy teamed up with Resource Institute and Pilot View Resource Conservation and Devel

Engineers recently restored an unnamed stream on the campus of Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C. (Paula Worden)

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FEYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- In recent years, hurricanes and other powerful storms have taken their toll on many of North Carolina's college campuses. One college in Fayetteville has decided to undertake major stream-restoration work on its campus and says the project sets an example of environmental stewa

Sellers, S.C., Mayor Barbara Hopkins shows homes damaged by repeated flooding and hurricanes on Feb. 13, 2020. Homeowners without clear titles on their property have faced challenges receiving disaster aid and are ineligible for some programs. (Joshua Boucher jboucher@thestate.com)

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