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PNS Daily Newscast - July 19, 2019 


Chants of a different sort greet U.S. Rep. Omar upon her return home to Minnesota. Also on our Friday rundown: A new report says gunshot survivors need more outreach, support. Plus, sharing climate-change perspectives in Charlotte.

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Public News Service - NV: Urban Planning/Transportation

LAS VEGAS - Business may be slow now, but a new study by the Sonoran Institute projects that Las Vegas could grow by another half million people before long... And it says a half dozen critical issues need to be addressed to deal with that growth. Looking back, the study says the valley was built on

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - A Nevada solar company is teaming up with thousands of other businesses nationwide to make the case that America needs to be a leader in cutting greenhouse gas emissions. China and the United States are shooting for the same goal, according to Nick Restivo, business manager of Am

LAS VEGAS - The agreement between Nevada and Utah for a 50-50 split of Snake Valley groundwater could be ratified any day now, but there are concerns about the monitoring intended to protect the water supply. Congress requires the two states to come to agreement about how to divide the water before

LAS VEGAS - Another state has just banned texting while driving, but the new law in Missouri applies only to those aged 21 and younger. The lawmaker who sponsored similar but so far unsuccessful legislation in Nevada says the Missouri move defies studies which show the average age of text-messagers

Las Vegas, NV – It's the biggest move to protect public land in 15 years, and it is now on its way to President Obama for a signature. On Wednesday, the U.S. House passed the Omnibus Public Lands Management Act (HR 146) by a vote of 285 to 140. It designates more than two million new acres of

Las Vegas, NV – President Obama's $819 billion economic recovery plan heads to the U.S. Senate this week for a vote. Tucked into the clean energy portion of the bill is hope for creating thousands of Nevada jobs. That's the word from conservationists, who say the measure will bolster both the

Las Vegas, NV – Nevada has a new solar energy plant, and this week, the nation's new president is being urged by environmental groups to keep the nation moving toward a cleaner and safer energy future. The state's newest solar generated power plant near Boulder City went online Thursday, but N

Las Vegas, NV – Some states are better positioned than others to profit from the Obama administration's plan to create 3.7 million jobs by investing in clean energy, and experts say Nevada should be in the 'green.' Howard Watts with the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada(PLAN) says the

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