KCSN News Update: Consumers with a bad credit rating may see their auto insurance premiums double in cost

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The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN:

  • The US Senate votes to extend historic protections to LGBT workers.
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing new rules that would change the way companies report on hazards and employee injuries.
  • Consumers with a bad credit rating may see their auto insurance premiums double in cost.
  • The Federal Aviation Administration unveils its initial plan for a wider use of unmanned aerial drones in US airspace.
  • Nurturing skills by parents may protect kids from brain changes linked to poverty.

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


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