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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 group fighting uranium mining in the Grand Canyon; and Seattle appears headed towards a police accountability initiative for 2018.

Daily Newscasts

Public Lands/Wilderness

Boise, ID – The U.S. Forest Service "Roadless Rule" started out 10 years ago today as a way to save millions of dollars, but soon became a ...Read More
Helena, MT – The U.S. Forest Service's "Roadless Rule" is ten years old today, and still protecting more than six million acres of wilderness ...Read More
Cheyenne, WY – Ten years, more than a million comments and several lawsuits: It's a long history for the "Roadless Rule," which was first ...Read More
Albuquerque, NM - For a decade now, the U.S. Forest Service "Roadless Rule" has kept more than 1.5 million acres of New Mexico wilderness wild and ...Read More
Pinedale, WY – Many Wyomingites in the Upper Green River Valley are wary of the latest B.L.M. plan to ramp up gas drilling on the Pinedale ...Read More
Helena, MT – Montana's "Wild West" history is being scrutinized today, as local leaders meet to detail the need to update the federal 1872 ...Read More
Salem, OR – The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has been swamped with more than 20,000 public comments about its Western Oregon Plan Revision ( ...Read More
Boise, ID – Idaho's plan for roadless areas in forests looked like it had green lights all the way to Washington D.C., but the Bush ...Read More
Rawlins, WY – Ninety-eight percent for oil and gas, and two percent for recreation and wildlife. That's how conservation groups sum up the ...Read More
Medford, OR – Oregon hunters and anglers are voicing their disapproval of a new federal plan for managing public lands in the Western part of ...Read More
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