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PNS Daily Newscast - August 13, 2020 


Minutes after Biden selected Harris as VP, she throws first punch at Trump; teachers raise their hands with safety concerns.


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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris make their first public appearance as running mates. President Trump calls Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene a GOP "star," despite her support for conspiracy theory QAnon.

Public News Service - PA: Sustainable Agriculture

PHOTO: Because of pollutants including cattle runoff, Pennsylvania is falling far behind where it committed to be in cleaning up Chesapeake Bay tributaries. Photo by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania is falling far short of its commitments to clean up local rivers and streams. That affects the quality of life for all of the Commonwealth's residents, and conservation groups say it has to change. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the state's progress

PHOTO: Recreation is just one economic driver that will pay off for Pennsylvania and other states in the Chesapeake Bay region if they stay on track with the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint, according to a new report that tallies the economic value of cleaner water. Photo courtesy of Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A new analysis of the potential financial benefits of the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint finds a measurable return, with cleaner water adding about $6 billion a year in value to Pennsylvania's economy. Similarly, the analysis notes if Pennsylvania opts to skip making improvement

HARRISBURG, Pa. - A version of the Farm Bill now under consideration in the U.S. Senate brings with it a loophole that could have damaging effects across the nation - but especially in agriculture-heavy states such as Pennsylvania. The bill would replace direct cash payments from the federal govern

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Once again in Pennsylvania, the mercury is ready to jump this weekend. It's been a hot, dry summer across much of the country, which could have an impact on shoppers' wallets in the short term – and an even broader impact, long-term. Ryan Stockwell, agriculture program manag

HARRISBURG, Pa. - All eyes in Harrisburg are on the Senate Appropriations Committee as it begins two weeks of budget hearings. Among those keeping watch are agency heads and advocates waiting to see how environmental and conservation initiatives fare. Facing a $4 billion state deficit, Gov. Corbett

PITTSBURGH - The ongoing salmonella scare linked to eggs raises questions about where the nation's food comes from and how it is produced. In Pennsylvania this weekend, the focus is on small, organic and sustainable farms producing fruits, vegetables, meats and dairy the old fashioned way, with litt

PITTSBURGH - The saying "You are what you eat" is the title of a workshop happening in Pennsylvania this week. It is taking a closer look at the "stew" of chemicals in products Americans consume every day. Dr. Patricia DeMarco, executive director of the Rachel Carson Homestead Association, says t

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