KCSN news update; majority of motorists aware of danger in using cell phones on the road

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New requirement for Metro Red and Purple riders

Riders on the Metro Red and Purple subway lines are now required to have their fare loaded onto TAP cards to gain access.

A lawsuit against Ontario International Airport

A lawsuit has been filed seeking local control of Ontario International Airport.

Supreme Courts decision on the Voting Rights Act

The Supreme Court says a key provision of the landmark Voting Rights Act cannot be enforced until Congress can decide which states require federal monitoring.

The president of the Associated Press says the Justice Department violated its own rules  

The president of the Associated Press says the Justice Department violated its own rules when it seized records for thousands of journalist’s phone calls.

Majority of motorists knows using cell phone while driving is dangerous

The majority of motorists are aware that texting while driving and cell phone use are dangerous, and this behavior is more likely to lead to a traffic accident.

 

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