PNS Daily Newscast - March 20, 2018 

President Trump again calls for the death penalty for drug dealers, but groups in New Hampshire say they oppose the get-tough approach. Also on today’s rundown: A protest against expanding tar-sands oil refining in California; and in Seattle, a group demands a moratorium on youth jail construction.

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Archive: October 16, 2008

Valley Forge, PA - It's another kind of revolutionary battle at Valley Forge, where George Washington and the Continental Army spent the bitter winter of 1777-78. Plans for the new "American Revolution Center" are marching forward, while park preservation groups are shoring up opposition. Bill Wad ...Read More

Cincinnati, OH - Ohioans are getting an inside perspective on the Iraq War as the "Speak for Peace Tour" travels the state this week. The tour, organized by an Iraq War veteran, is working to lay the foundation for building reconciliation between the American and Iraqi people. Veteran Eugene Cherr ...Read More

Nashville, TN – October is "Attachment Parenting Month" and advocates are calling on parents to give their children the gifts of time and attention this holiday season. As the economy continues to sputter, experts say stressed-out parents should focus on activities that don't cost much but yie ...Read More

New York, NY — New York drivers are unaware of the hidden costs of the gasoline they use, according to new information from a non-profit research organization that analyzes and clarifies federal data. The National Priorities Project reports that while New Yorkers consume the least amount of en ...Read More

Boston, MA – Most Massachusetts consumers think fuel prices at the pump and home heating oil costs are sky-high already, but they go much higher when the cost of U.S. military protection to secure overseas fossil fuel supplies is added to the tab. A new report from the National Priorities Proj ...Read More

Tucson, AZ – Arizona's big cats, in danger of slinking into extinction in the United States, are facing a new challenge, with changes on the way for rules that manage the jaguar and other rare species. Administrative changes in the works for the Endangered Species Act (ESA) would no longer req ...Read More

Great Falls, MT – This time of year, hunting brings big bucks -- as in cash -- to Montana. A state Fish, Wildlife and Parks analysis shows hunting contributes almost $10 million yearly to communities along the Rocky Mountain Front. This area's state, federal and private lands often are cited a ...Read More

Billings, MT – "What Montanans want" is clear. A new poll on energy issues shows a majority of 600 likely voters surveyed want more development of wind, solar, biodiesel and geothermal power. They also would require utility companies to use more renewable energy, and a majority want any new co ...Read More

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