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PNS Daily Newscast - August 20, 2019. 


A move for so-called ‘common-sense’ gun laws heads to the states. Plus, will Trump judges decide a decade of civil rights? (Broadcaster Note: Our 6-min. newscast now has an optional outcue at 3 minutes: “This is PNS.”)

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Public News Service - WY: Urban Planning/Transportation

Cheyenne, WY – There goes the neighborhood, literally. Near the historic Governor's Mansion in Cheyenne, two vintage homes have been moved and others could join them. It's land that has been eyed for development, and some fear that could mean new buildings that don't match the surrounding neig

Casper, WY – Going "old school" in the New Year is the cause of the Alliance for Historic Wyoming. The group has been analyzing historic school buildings across the state, and interviewing community members, to see which buildings are worth saving in 2009. Alliance board member Mary Humstone

Cheyenne, WY – Some say a ghost haunts Seat 107 in the auditorium; others are sure she can be found backstage. It's a story that has been passed down through generations at Natrona County High School, a rumor about a young girl who supposedly died falling off the stage in the 1940s. The myste

Lander, WY – Questions about water, roads, air quality and subdivisions will be on the menu tonight as candidates in Fremont County are grilled. Those running for Fremont County Commission and state legislative positions have volunteered to be in the hot seat to answer questions from the publi

Jackson, WY – Politics are in the public eye today in Wyoming. Candidates vying for seats in the state legislature, county commission and town council in Teton County are gathering to shake hands with locals and answer questions. Forrest McCarthy with the Wyoming Conservation Voters Educatio

Cheyenne, WY - Tear 'em down and move 'em out? Older schools around the state are being bulldozed to make way for new facilities, and some say the result isn't pleasing. Mary Humstone with the University of Wyoming American Studies Program thinks "new" isn't always better when it comes to architect

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