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PNS Daily Newscast - October 17, 2017 


On the rundown: a new poll has Americans turning thumbs-down on Trump’s hurricane response; changes in the works to North Carolina’s election law; a move to protect Central California wilderness; and making federal buildings “bird friendly”

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Water

Des Moines, IA - Just 2.5 percent of the world's water is drinkable, and more than a billion people have no access to clean water. To improve ...Read More
Ann Arbor, MI - The 2008 shipping season gets underway today on Lake Superior and the other Great Lakes, attracting ships from around the world ...Read More
Arcadia, WI – Wisconsin farmers can make money while protecting waterways, say organizers of a series of free workshops starting today ...Read More
Casper, WY – With renewed interest in South Dakota's uranium deposits due to skyrocketing prices, groups from five states gathered in Casper ...Read More
Gerrardstown, WV – Residents of the West Virginia community of Gerrardstown are worried they may be hit with a ton of bricks. The Continental ...Read More
Casper, WY – People in Wyoming and neighboring states are worried that in the push for "clean energy," an upswing in uranium mining activity ...Read More
Des Moines, IA – As temperatures rise, snowmelt is sweeping pollutants into the drinking water supply for many Iowa cities. Des Moines Water ...Read More
Ashland, OR – The idea that forest management requires more finesse than a chainsaw is catching on - and Oregon Senator Ron Wyden may be the ...Read More
Las Vegas, NV – It's a first of its kind shutdown order over mercury emissions, and it involves a mine that E.P.A. data indicates has been the ...Read More
Boise, ID – The winds of change blowing in Idaho are bringing fresh air this week. The State of Nevada has shut down a gold mine near Elko ...Read More
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