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Educators preserve, shape future with 'ALT NEW COLLEGE'; NY appeals court denies delay for Trump civil fraud trial; Michigan coalition gets cash influx to improve childcare.

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A House Committee begins its first hearing in the Biden impeachment inquiry, members of Congress talk about the looming budget deadline and energy officials testify about the Maui wildfires.

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A small fire department in rural Indiana is determined not to fail new moms and babies, the growing election denial movement has caused voting districts to change procedures and autumn promises spectacular scenery along America's rural byways.

Chris Thomas

News Director

Chris Thomas has worked with Public News Service since 2006, currently as News Director. Previous experience includes stints as a news reporter, producer and anchor for TV stations in Boise, ID (KBOI), Portland, OR (KATU), and Dallas, TX (WFAA), plus multiple radio stations and three daily newspapers. Also a former film critic and restaurant critic tough but fair! Chris also writes and edits non-news copy for a variety of organizations.


Languages Spoken: English, Greek

Topic Expertise: Food safety, politics, salmon recovery, environment, eldercare & dementia

Local Expertise: Pacific Northwest, Texas, Greece

Location: Monterey, CA

Demographic Expertise: Seniors, rural Americans

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100 Days and Counting: Nevadans Aim to Save LWCF

LAS VEGAS — To kick off a 100-day campaign to save the Land and Water Conservation Fund, some Nevada business owners and outdoor enthusiasts …

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Group Asks FDA for Interstate Sales of Raw Milk

RICHMOND, Va. – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is being asked to allow sales of raw milk across state lines - something that's been …

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At WV State Capitol, Questions Land a Reporter in Jail

CHARLESTON, W. Va. - Reporter Dan Heyman, who covers West Virginia and Virginia for Public News Service, was arrested inside the State Capitol in …

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OR Filmmakers Follow Malheur Refuge Takeover from Day One

PORTLAND, Ore. - Two Oregon filmmakers are among those who will closely follow the trial of Ammon and Ryan Bundy and their co-defendants on federal …

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“Constitutional” Sheriff Backed Malheur Occupation

JOHN DAY, Ore. - The small-town sheriff who made front-page headlines in Oregon this week also tops an investigative report by the Southern Poverty …

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WA Lawmakers Asked to Give Helping Hand to Family Caregivers

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Washington legislators are considering an idea that just became a state law in Oregon and Nevada. The CARE Act outlines rules for …

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WA Part-Time College Instructors Seek Job Stability

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Almost half the college courses in Washington are taught by part-time instructors at less pay than full-timers and with no …

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New Year Brings New Approach for Klamath Basin Dam Removal

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - A plan for the Klamath Basin water-use agreements may have expired in Congress, but at least part of it was resuscitated this …

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Support for Harney County Residents Sweeps Across State

ROSEBURG, Ore. - About 350 people gathered in Burns, Ore., on Monday for a local rally to tell the last few armed anti-government occupiers at the …

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Funds Still Available to Help Low-Income Oregonians with Power Bills

REDMOND, Ore. - Oregonians at risk of falling behind on their home-heating bills this winter have some options. Funds are still available for the …

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