PNS Daily Newscast - March 23, 2018 

McMaster out and Bolton in. Also on the Friday rundown: Students across the nation prepare for the March For Our Lives; some good news on the labor front; and folks in Montana take clean power into their own hands.

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Air quality tests near ten Nevada gold mines by the University of Nevada, Reno have produced startling numbers and a call for more thorough testing ...Read More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is holding public meetings starting tonight about the future of four Snake River dams in Southeastern Washington ...Read More
Kids prefer candy – but Congress could give the best Valentine of all, according to physicians groups and children’s advocates. A ...Read More
Presidential candidates are being challenged to “walk the talk” as they crisscross the country and offset the greenhouse gas pollution gen ...Read More
For thousands of children in Oregon, and millions across the country, a routine visit to the doctor is out of the question because they don’t ...Read More
It could be the next aerospace or computer industry…that’s what Northwest business leaders are saying about clean energy technology ...Read More
"Real ID" has some real problems -- that's the message Idaho is getting ready to send to Congress. A legislative meeting scheduled today will cover ...Read More
It's a "sweetheart deal" that will last far beyond Valentine's Day. Wyomingites can get their taxes done free of charge, by a volunteer who's been ...Read More
Canned hunts, game farms, shooter bull operations. It's a growing industry in Idaho that the legislature takes a closer look at this week. A ...Read More
Action by the state of Utah last week could stall the giant water transfer to Las Vegas for at least two years. Utah rancher Cecil Garland, a member ...Read More
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