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PNS Daily Newscast - February 21, 2018 


While school shooting survivors demand stricter gun control measures some teachers are talking about their own walkout; Republicans vow to keep fighting the new district map in Pennsylvania; and from the West Coast - a health care group slams Trump's "skinny" insurance plans.

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Archive: November 30, 2007

Fairfield, IA - A series of "environmental caucuses" will give Iowans an opportunity to talk about their hope for solutions to public health, conservation, and global warming issues. The first caucus is planned for this Sunday in Waterloo. Jane Duax with the organization Plains Justice is coordinati ...Read More

Columbus, OH – Tomorrow is Worlds AIDS Day, and getting more people tested for HIV is the top priority for Ohio experts. Kevin Sullivan with the Ohio AIDS Coalition says people who have even the slightest risk should get tested, because as many as one in four people who are HIV positive don't ...Read More

Fairmont, WV – The holiday season and the end of the tax year make this month a top time for charitable giving to food banks in West Virginia. The latest U.S. Census Bureau numbers show almost one in ten West Virginians faces food insecurity, and an event today in Fairmont encourages citizens ...Read More

Oak Creek, WI – State environmental groups are calling it a major victory for Lake Michigan. A judge ruled yesterday that an Oak Creek power plant needs to "cool it down," in a lawsuit over a water discharge pipe at a We Energy coal plant under construction. Wisconsin Judge William Coleman rul ...Read More

Rock Springs, WY – Area residents and conservationists have long known the special treasure Adobe Town is to Wyoming, and now lawmakers have made it official. State officials have granted the "Very Rare and Uncommon" designation to the wild area used by Butch Cassidy and other outlaws in Wyomi ...Read More

Concord, NH - It's consistently called the most critical issue in the 2008 election, but many groups are still working overtime to make sure the pursuit of peace, in Iraq and elsewhere, isn't lost in the shuffle of the housing meltdown and "wedge issues" like immigration and abortion. At New Hampshi ...Read More

Portland, OR – A new report from the Oregon Center for Public Policy shows adults in hungry households are nearly twice as likely to suffer from depression. One in three adults from households with limited access to food report depression, compared to one in seven who aren't having trouble put ...Read More

Can a fish raised in an underwater pen with thousands of other fish be sold as "organic?" That's the issue being 'reeled in' this week by the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), an advisory panel to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The NOSB is considering whether "farmed" fish should qualify ...Read More

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