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PNS Daily Newscast - August 14, 2020 


Trump rebuffs Biden's call for a national mask mandate; nurses warn of risks of in-person school.


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Responses to President Trump's suggestion that he opposes more Postal Service funding in part to prevent expanded mail-in voting; and Puerto Rico's second try at a primary on Sunday.

Public News Service - WA: Cultural Resources

Marblemount, WA – The three national parks in Washington are taking steps to fight climate change. At workshops held this week and last, park employees, scientists and conservation groups are creating action plans to minimize greenhouse gases and protect the natural resources at Mount Rainier,

Seattle, WA – Loaded, concealed weapons will be allowed in National Parks and wildlife refuges starting on Friday, the result of one of the Bush administration's most controversial, last-minute federal rule changes. However, a lawsuit has been filed this week to keep it from taking effect. Th

Seattle, WA – More than seven million people visit the three National Parks and other Park Service-run sites in Washington every year – but how many of them carry loaded guns? Late Friday, the U.S. Department of the Interior announced it is lifting the longtime ban on loaded, concealed

Port Angeles, WA – Exactly one year ago, the incredible wind and rainstorms now known as the "Great Coastal Gale of 2007" hit Washington and Oregon, causing widespread floods, power outages and deaths. Seven Washington counties were declared federal disaster areas. Even today, the cleanup co

Seattle, WA - More than half the people in Washington live in the Puget Sound area, so when the economy falters, it seems to hit the state a little harder there. Some of the largest charitable foundations and corporations in the state will team up in Seattle today to announce a focused response to t

Stevenson, WA – Who is better able to take care of the famous Mount St. Helens volcano site-–the U.S. Forest Service or the National Park Service? A citizen's task force has spent the last year comparing the two options; its final public hearing took place last week. Whether Mount St.

Seattle, WA – This week, you can have your say on whether people should be able to carry loaded guns in National Parks. The public comment period opens on Wednesday, on a U.S. Department of Interior proposal to change the current park rules, which allow firearms only if they are unloaded and n

Crystal Mountain, WA - The "Call of the Wild" beckons more and more Washingtonians every year. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says we spend $1.5 billion a year on wildlife tourism in the state, an increase of 51 percent in the past five years. While the outdoor business is booming, Mike O'Malley

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