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PNS Daily Newscast - May 23, 2019 


Unsealed warrants show more than 1,000 phone and text contacts between Michael Cohen and a Russian business post-Election Day. Also on our Thursday rundown: More teachers moonlight due to low wages. Plus, get ready for Great Lakes Restoration phase three.

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Public News Service - MD: Environmental Justice

PHOTO: A new guidebook will help project designers in Washington, D.C., incorporate features to minimize runoff, so it doesn't end up overburdening the stormwater-sewage system. Photo credit: Deborah C. Smith

WASHINGTON - If the rain falls on you, you have to keep it. At least most of it. That's the gist of the rules dealing with rainwater runoff in Washington, D.C. Program manager Greg Hoffman at the Center for Watershed Protection in Baltimore explains that storm water picks up pollutants and sedimen

PHOTO: Example of how increased runoff contributes to erosion in Howard County streams, exposing sewer infrastructure and transporting sediment downstream. Courtesy of the Center for Watershed Protection

ELLICOTT CITY, Md. - It's back to school for more than a dozen Marylanders today in Howard County, as they work toward a different kind of master's degree: they're training to become Master Watershed Stewards. Instructor Barbara Schmeckpeper says students will learn a variety of ways to keep stormwa

BALTIMORE - A walk from the mountains to the sea begins Wednesday for a woman who will travel about 400 miles to get an extended first-hand look at rivers, creeks, and streams along the way, and eventually Chesapeake Bay, which she'll see by sailboat. Laurel Woodworth is a storm-water and watershe

BALTIMORE - Swimming and fishing in Baltimore Harbor - in less than 10 years? That's the goal of the "Healthy Harbor" initiative from the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore. Details will be finalized at a public meeting today on how to clean up the water and waterways leading to the harbor. The go

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