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PNS Daily Newscast - November 24, 2017 


On today’s rundown, all eyes on the G.O.P. tax plan - labor groups say it’s not good for working families, and the view from Michigan is the likely loss of many services across the state; plus, report today on Black Friday and Native American Heritage Day

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Archive: February 22, 2016

More and more solar panels, like these installed at the Governor's Mansion in Madison, appeared in Wisconsin in 2015. (wisconsin.gov)

MADISON, Wis. – There were three times more solar-power installations in Wisconsin in 2015 than any previous year, and the outlook for this year is also positive, says Tyler Huebner, executive director of Renew Wisconsin. Statewide, 7.5 megawatts of solar power were put in place in the Badger ...Read More

Tick infestations of ticks, such as these on the ear of a moose, are signs of trouble for New Hampshire wildlife.  (New Hampshire Fish and Game)

CONCORD, N. H. – Late-arriving snow and lots of winter ticks are a deadly combination for the moose population, according to local experts. So far, that's exactly how this winter is shaping up. Deer have evolved with winter ticks, but moose have not, so ticks can be lethal for a moose. That's ...Read More

Tennessee's rural and minority communities are disproportionately impacted by high rates of student debt, according to an analysis of Experian credit data. (dodgertonskillhaus/morguefule.com)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is proposing free college tuition for students, but unless or until that policy is put in place, Tennesseans are struggling with student debt. That's according to an analysis of Experian credit data released by the Washington Cen ...Read More

New numbers predict the shortage of affordable housing options for Minnesota seniors will continue to grow. (iStockphoto)

ST. PAUL, Minn. – New research shows Minnesota could soon see a significant boost in the demand for affordable senior housing. By 2020, the state will – for the first time – be home to more people ages 65 or older than those ages five to 17, according to a new report. But advocat ...Read More

The endangered pallid sturgeon is being blocked from reaching its natural breeding grounds on the Yellowstone River. (Byrd Vernon/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

BISMARCK, N. D. – Conservationists say the fate of an ancient fish species is now in the hands of the U.S. government. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation are combing through public comments about a dam project along the Yellowstone River. At issue is the Diversion ...Read More

Sen. Eli Bebout has sponsored a bill that would shutter the doors of the Wyoming Office of Consumer Advocate, an agency that represents consumers in utility rate-hike cases. (State of Wyoming)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Consumer groups in Wyoming are pressing lawmakers to keep the lights on at the Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA). The office represents customers when their utility companies want to raise rates. In 2013, legislators voted to extend the OCA until 2023, but Senate File 78, spo ...Read More

A South Dakota wildlife official is urging state lawmakers to shoot down a bill to allow bird hunting with a shotgun pistol. (iStockphoto)

PIERRE, S.D - A move to allow a certain type of handgun for game bird hunting could come up before the South Dakota House today. HB 1206 would allow hunters to use handguns that take a .410 gauge shotgun shell. But not everyone thinks it's a good move. Tony Leif is director of the wildlife divi ...Read More

The pipeline would pass under 277 bodies of water. (Catskill Mountainkeeper)

ALBANY, N.Y. - Opponents of a proposed gas pipeline want the state to stop the project by denying a water quality certificate. The 30-inch pipeline is being built by the Constitution Pipeline Company, a joint venture of Williams Partners and Cabot Oil & Gas. It would run 124 miles from northern Pe ...Read More

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