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PNS Weekend Newscast - July 22nd, 2017 


Here's a look at what we're covering: The new White House communications director is expressing his love and loyalty to Donald Trump, more meetings between then Senator Jeff Sessions and the Russians being disclosed, and environmental groups say drilling in New York has contaminated wells.

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Public News Service - MD: Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault

With school soon back in session, teachers are being called upon to help spot human-trafficking victims. (ca.gov)

BALTIMORE — Indictments this week in a human-trafficking ring in Prince George's County bring to light the on-going issue of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. While there is more awareness about sexual assault and human trafficking, there is still not enough progress when it comes t

Maryland is one of four states selected to pilot an anti-dating violence program for students ages 11 to 14. (Veronica Carter)

BALTIMORE – Baltimore is one of four cities around the country where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is conducting a study. The goal is to see how to get the message across to teens that no relationship is worth getting hurt. It's Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Pre

PHOTO: Resiliency is considered a protective factor for kids in the world of preventing child abuse and neglect, as well as an important skill in healing from abuse. An expert says the skill can be taught. Photo credit: cat6719/pixabay.com

BALTIMORE - Being resilient helps protect families during times of stress, and helps with healing when there has been abuse or neglect. Resilience is a child-abuse prevention strategy being employed in Maryland, and Pat Stanislaski, director at Partnering for Prevention, says research shows some peo

Photo: A new Justice Department report shows sexual abuse still plagues detention facilities, despite law passed 10 years ago. Photo credit: Microsoft images

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - It's been ten years since Congress passed the Prison Rape Elimination Act, but a new Justice Department inmate survey shows sexual violence still plagues U.S. detention facilities. The report says the Baltimore City Detention Center has one of the highest rates of staff and inmate s

Photo: Navy veteran Brian Lewis, of Baltimore, wants the President to issue an executive order to help military sexual assault victims. Photo credit: Protect Our Defenders

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - President Obama is under new pressure to deal with military sexual assaults after a new report shows the number of incidents increased by more than a third in the last year. Navy veteran Brian Lewis, of Baltimore, who recently testified before a U.S. Senate committee about being rap

Picture: Maryland legal aid protects domestic-violence victims from additional financial abuse. Photo credit: Microsoft Images

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Some victims of domestic violence in Maryland are dealing with a rare but very serious problem: their abusers are also stealing their identities and cashing in. A Maryland man kept his wife locked in a room for most of their 10-year marriage, and that wasn't the only abuse. Accordi

PHOTO: A proposed task force in Maryland would help homeless teens and young adults. photo credit: Microsoft Images

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Homeless teenagers and young adults in Maryland are often completely on their own: rejected by their families because of major conflicts, turned out of their homes during tough economic times and in some cases, considered too old for foster care. Legislation in the Maryland General

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