KCSN news update; more than 16 million American children living in poverty

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Garcetti vows to bring more jobs and boost the economy

Los Angeles’s new Mayor—Eric Garcetti—vows to bring more jobs and guide the city’s economic recovery.

Nineteen firefighters killed in Arizona while battling a deadly fire

Nineteen firefighters in Arizona have been killed battling the deadliest wildfire in the country since 1933.

More than 16 million children in U.S. living in poverty  

More than 16-Million children in the United States are living in poverty.

Study finds minority children less likely to be diagnosed by ADHD

A study finds that minority children are less likely than their white peers to be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Women in their forties should discuss mammography with their physicians

Women in their forties should discuss the risks and benefits of routine screening mammography with their physicians.

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