KCSN news update: over 36,000 received potentially improper disability payments

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The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN:

  • Incarcerated men know they will need better financial skills to succeed when they are released from prison.
  • A study determines that white people, the educated, and the economically secure have much more stable family situations than minorities.
  • The government says more than 36,000 people received potentially improper disability payments.
  • Childhood economic status affects substance abuse rates among young adults.
  • A settlement agreement resolves a decades old battle over water rights at Mono Lake.

To listen to these stories, be sure to tune in to KCSN tonight at 6 p.m.

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