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PNS Daily Newscast - May 29, 2020 


More than a dozen Internal Affairs complaints against the Minneapolis Police officer involved in the death of George Floyd - we report on what's behind the current tensions.

2020Talks - May 29, 2020 


Republican Voters Against Trump just launched and plans to spend 10 dollars on the 2020 campaign. And President Trump signed an executive order making social media companies liable for content their users post.

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Young Republicans want their party to address issues related to energy reform and the environment in tonight's debate in Cleveland. Credit: Dodgerton Skillhause/Morguefile

CLEVELAND – Ohio is Ground Zero today for the 2016 presidential campaign as Republican candidates for president square off in the campaign season's first debate. With a full spectrum of GOP contenders with various priorities, Young Republicans are reminding candidates to pay attention to issu

PHOTO: As some churches around Ohio make steps to become energy efficient, First Presbyterian Church of Athens has received an EPA award for its efforts. Photo courtesy of Ohio Interfaith Power and Light.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - "Going green" is a matter of faith for some houses of worship in Ohio. They are implementing measures that save money and help the environment. At First Presbyterian Church of Athens, Pastor Rob Martin says addressing greenhouses gases that lead to climate change seems like an overw

PHOTO: 18 solar companies in Ohio signed a letter sent to the White House endorsing the EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan which would put the first-ever national limits on carbon pollution from power plants. Photo courtesy of the Environmental Protection Agency.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - They're ready to roll with clean energy. Over a dozen solar businesses in Ohio have sent a letter to the White House backing the EPA's proposed Clean Power Plan. Steve Melink, president of Melink Corporation in Milford, signed the letter because he says limits on carbon pollution

PHOTO: A new report finds low-income home weatherization in Ohio provides big dividends for households, but is threatened by the current freeze on Ohio's Clean Energy Standards. Photo credit: Dennis Shroeder/NREL.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Besides keeping Ohioans warm on chilly days, a new report from Policy Matters Ohio finds home weatherization saves energy, reduces pollution, and creates jobs. An estimated 300,000 Ohio households spend over 30 percent of their yearly income on home energy bills, which report auth

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It takes a pretty big operation to make toys for children around the globe and deliver them in one night, but new research finds the boots Santa has to fill are leaving a huge carbon footprint. According to an info-graphic from the group Ethical Ocean, over his 122-million-mile tri

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Some Ohio shoppers were taken by surprise this weekend by a "flash action" taking aim at Walmart's recycling policies. A group of activists unexpectedly broke out into a song-and-dance routine inside the electronics section of the Walmart at Cleveland's Steelyard Commons shopping ce

COLUMBUS, Ohio - From Meals on Wheels to feeding Head Start students, Community Action Agencies in Ohio run various food programs throughout the year. And this summer, many agencies are thinking outside the box as they implement unique ways of getting food to people who need it. Hocking Athens P

Cleveland, OH –"Green collar" jobs could be the wave of the future in Ohio. Governor Ted Strickland is among those backing the Apollo Alliance, a new national project that could add hundreds of thousands of clean energy jobs in the next decade. Strickland says that as a top energy user Ohio n

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