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PNS Daily Newscast - May 13, 2021 


President Biden taps Tracy Stone-Manning to be director of Bureau of Land Management; and Colorado schools get new tools to help students distinguish between news, commentary and disinformation.


2021Talks - May 13, 2021 


Republicans oust Liz Cheney from her leadership role, Dr. Anthony Fauci urges more vaccinations, NAACP leaders voice support for voting rights legislation, and Nancy Pelosi is optimistic about the infrastructure bill.

Public News Service - WI: Environmental Justice

A new Wisconsin report says increases in precipitation and temperatures are likely to drive more extreme weather events, such as floods and heatwaves. (Adobe Stock)

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MADISON, Wis. -- Reducing the threat of historic floods in Wisconsin is being touted as a key benefit of this month's report from the Governor's Task Force on Climate Change. More than 50 recommendations are now on the table to help the Badger State reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions and

State Rep. Greta Neubauer, D-Racine, is part of Elected Officials to Protect America, a national group calling for an urgent, nonpartisan approach to addressing climate change. (Photo courtesy of Rep. Neubauer)

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RACINE, Wis. -- A Wisconsin lawmaker is part of a network of state and local elected officials calling for serious action on climate change, right away. The nonpartisan group Elected Officials to Protect America said it's pleased that President-elect Joe Biden plans to rejoin the Paris Climate Agre

Wisconsin-based Tyco Fire Products tested 168 wells and said they only found 56 that show evidence of chemical contamination. (jwvein/Pixabay)

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MARINETTE, Wis. — State records show Tyco Fire Products knew that its toxic products were contaminating groundwater at least four years before they notified residents. Reporting from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel found the company discovered soil and well contamination on the Marinette manu

The Southwest Wisconsin Groundwater and Geology study examines whether there is contamination in drinking-water wells, and what might be causing it. (PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay)

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MADISON, Wis. – A new water quality task force has been proposed for Wisconsin after a recent study showed widespread health concerns about drinking water wells in several counties. For about a decade, conservation groups had warned Gov. Scott Walker and fellow Republican Party leaders that

Wisconsin relies on the Great Lakes for recreation, tourism, drinking water and jobs. A diverse group of leaders wants all the presidential candidates to commit to restoring and protecting the Great Lakes. (epa.gov)

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MADISON, Wis. - A diverse group of business and conservation leaders is urging all the presidential candidates to commit to restoring and protecting the Great Lakes, a resource that provides drinking water to more than 40 million people and jobs for millions more. Jordan Lubetkin is spokesman for

GRAPHIC: The American Lung Association's annual State of the Air report shows that Wisconsin's hot summer led to worse ozone pollution, which the ALA calls a challenging situation with changing climate. (SOTA logo provided by ALA-WI

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BROOKFIELD, Wis. - The American Lung Association's annual "State of the Air" report was released today, and an official for the group in Wisconsin says it looks like we're moving in the right direction. "Particle pollution is improving nationwide and we're seeing that in Wisconsin, but we still hav

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NEW YORK, N.Y. - An expert on victim compensation following oil spills predicts many years will pass before victims will see any significant compensation for loss of property or income as a result of damages from the spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Adding to the challenge, she says, is a $75-million fe

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Baton Rouge, LA – There is an area off the coast of Louisiana and Texas that is so starved for oxygen it's called a "dead zone," or, in scientific terminology, a "hypoxic zone," where fish die if they can't leave the area. The summer zone in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to grow to its larg

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