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PNS Daily Newscast - November 22, 2017 


Haitian communities vow to fight Trump moves to terminate legal status; also on the rundown; an update on the trial of an activist who shut down a pipeline; a new poll shows Americans want to talk turkey not politics, on Thanksgiving; and just ahead of Black Friday - Cyber Security an emerging toy-safety concern.

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Archive: May 24, 2007

Colorado's sportsmen have their eye on a new target -- national energy policy. Hunters and anglers from the Rocky Mountain West are in Washington, D.C., this week to ask lawmakers to adopt an energy development policy that also protects fish, wildlife and water resources. Representing Colorado is K ...Read More

Iowa's "Hawk-I" health insurance could be in danger if Congress doesn't reauthorize a program that helps states provide coverage to uninsured kids. Bruce Lesley with the group First Focus spoke at a statewide summit this past week of health care experts and policymakers. He says Congress has to re ...Read More

A growing number of Iowa homebuyers with poor credit, who borrowed from predatory lenders, are finding themselves unable to keep up with those mortgages because of ever-increasing interest rates and payments. Johnetta Lovell of Des Moines found herself in the predicament of having two payments a mo ...Read More

A coalition of conservation groups is calling for a moratorium on ocean-going ships in Lake Superior and the other Great Lakes until lawmakers stop the introduction of aquatic invasive species. Spokesman Jeff Skelding says the concern is the increasing number of invasive species, such as zebra mus ...Read More

Hot on the heels of news that a new annexation could double the population of Las Cruces, sportsmen, conservationists, business and community leaders are putting aside their differences on behalf of Doña Ana county's wild places. Over a dozen groups met in Las Cruces Wednesday to sign an agree ...Read More

It was 53 years ago this month that the Supreme Court ruled that separate schools, divided by race, were not equal. A half-century later the court is set to decide again on a matter of integration -- whether school districts can do so voluntarily ... even when the feds say they don't have to. Ted Sh ...Read More

The "new" list of actions is in, but local river experts say nothing is new. Federal agencies have filed a list of proposals to save endangered Idaho salmon, including barging fish around dams and improving habitat. Amanda Peacher with Idaho Rivers United says those things have been tired for years ...Read More

Citing the damage done by invasive species, a coalition of water protection groups is calling for a moratorium on ocean-going vessels in the Great Lakes. Species like zebra mussels and many others have hitch-hiked their way into the Great Lakes in the ballast water of ocean-going ships. Jeff Skel ...Read More

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