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PNS Daily Newscast - December 13, 2017 


Alabama elects Democrat Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate; also on our rundown; A court victory for tribes and environmental groups fighting uranium mining in the Grand Canyon; and Seattle appears headed towards a police accountability initiative for 2018.

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Archive: December 8, 2016

Food collected during the holidays is critical for keeping pantry shelves stocked for families facing hunger through the winter months ahead. (Pixabay)

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Food Bank is in the middle of its Holiday Food and Fund Drive, and the need for donations goes beyond helping struggling Utahns prepare for that next big family gathering. Ginette Bott, chief development officer with the food bank, said the holiday season is a great ...Read More

This weekend, hundreds will gather for the National Immigrant Integration Conference, marking the first time the event has been held in the Southeast. (NIIC)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – This weekend, hundreds of policymakers and advocacy groups will converge in Nashville to discuss ways to better integrate immigrants into communities in Tennessee and the rest of the country. The National Immigrant Integration Conference is in its sixth year, but this is th ...Read More

There are lots of ways to give to the thousands of children who are in the hospital during the holidays. (Children's Mercy)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It isn't something people like to think about this time of year, but thousands of children are in the hospital during the holiday season, and won't be waking up at home to see what Santa brought them, or getting a chance to go out and play with a new skateboard or bicycle. ...Read More

Research shows victims of human trafficking don't always look the way Hollywood portrays them, which makes it harder to spot this crime or its perpetrators. (Michael Carter)<br /><br /><br /><br />

INDIANAPOLIS – As its first year draws to an end, the Indiana Trafficking Victim Assistance Program is crunching numbers to determine what needs more focus in 2017. Robin Donaldson, CEO of the Indiana Youth Services Association, says her organization worked with 168 young people who have bee ...Read More

The Ohio Senate could vote as early as Thursday on a bill making the state's clean-energy standards optional for the next three years. (Alexander Smith/Wikimedia)

COLUMBUS, Ohio – It doesn't make sense for business, employment or the climate - that's what opponents are saying about a measure under consideration by the Ohio Senate. House Bill 554 would make Ohio's renewable energy and energy-efficiency standards optional for the next three years, essen ...Read More

Critics say the agency that regulates natural-gas pipelines has a favorable bias toward the industry. (MarcellusPipeline.org)

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – A spate of proposed gas pipeline projects has drawn sharp criticism from environmental advocates, who say the federal permitting agency has a built-in bias toward the industry. Last week, nearly 70 people from almost a dozen states testified at what organizers called a P ...Read More

Amazon is testing a grocery-store model that operates without cashiers. (Robert Scoble/Flickr)

SEATTLE – Amazon is testing a new model for grocery stores in Seattle that operates without cashiers, and that has some wondering if it should be called "Amazon Go" – or "Amazon Goodbye Jobs." The grab-and-go market uses cameras and sensors to track what shoppers buy, and automatically ...Read More

A new report finds that major Texas travel and entertainment destinations, such as the Alamo in San Antonio, could lose billions of dollars if the state passes an anti-LGBT

AUSTIN, Texas – Some state leaders are prioritizing a so-called anti-LGBT bathroom bill for the upcoming session of the Legislature, but a new report warns that passage could cost Texas billions of dollars and thousands of jobs. The Texas Association of Business has released a study pointing ...Read More

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