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PNS Daily Newscast - December 8, 2017 


In focus on our Friday rundown; two members of Congress are stepping down over sexual misconduct allegations; the BLM suspends natural gas waste standards; and we have a noted historian's take on the GOP Tax plan.

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Archive: October 10, 2016

With financial abuse as part of almost all domestic violence cases, Kentucky's network of shelters is replenishing its emergency fund to help survivors regain financial independence. (Greg Stotelmyer)

FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence is counting on a nationwide fundraiser to help refill the emergency fund that its 15 domestic violence shelters use to help survivors leave an abusive partner. While people often think about physical abuse when it comes to dom ...Read More

An inner-city Milwaukee girl's dreams of growing and selling flowers came true with the help of a beginning farmer program. (Lovelight Flowers)

EAST TROY, Wis. – One of the hardest things to do is getting started in production agriculture in Wisconsin, particularly if you're not from a farming family that owns land. More and more young people are becoming interested in owning their own operation, but don't have access to land or the ...Read More

Letting children touch, feel and taste locally grown foods is part of National Farm to School Month observations in October. (Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy)

MINNEAPOLIS – Getting locally grown fruits and vegetables into the hands, and eventually the diets of young Minnesota children is a year-round endeavor, and is being highlighted this month during National Farm to School Month. Katie Costello, a Farm to Institution Program assistant with the ...Read More

Denver and Boulder celebrate their first-ever Indigenous People's Day today. (Pixabay)

DENVER — Monday marks the first Indigenous People's Day to be celebrated in Boulder and Denver. It is also Columbus Day, a federal holiday. Events held in Boulder intend to reach beyond what most kids learn in grade school about the man celebrated for discovering lands where people had been ...Read More

Technology advancements are expected to continue to drive down the cost of wind energy. (Pixabay)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Some of the answers to the challenges of switching to clean energy could be blowing in the wind, according to a survey of wind power experts led by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Researchers found advances in technology should continue to drive down wind energy c ...Read More

Suicide Prevention Hotline employee Joshua Drummond is among those provided free 24/7 help to Granite Staters in crisis. (Headrest)

CONCORD, N.H. – Help is available around the clock, ready to do risk assessment and provide immediate, free help for Granite Staters who are thinking of dying by suicide. Caleb Kelton, who coordinates the National Suicide Prevention Hotline in New Hampshire, says events that can plunge peopl ...Read More

A leading climate expert says Hurricane Matthew was fueled by climate change. (NASA.gov)

MIAMI – Hurricane Matthew avoided a direct hit on Florida, but one climate expert says this is not the time to breathe a sigh of relief, given the impact of climate change. At its peak, Matthew surpassed several milestones as one of the strongest, longest lasting hurricanes of its kind on re ...Read More

The death penalty, often administered by injections of lethal drug cocktails, is receiving less public support, according to research by Pew. (dodgertonskillhause/morguefile.com)

RALEIGH, N.C. -- The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hear two death-penalty cases this term. And while the court will primarily consider constitutional law in reaching their decisions, research shows that half of the country does not support capitol punishment. A new study released by the Pew Re ...Read More

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