Evening Update Mon March 14

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Alex Razo

Six weeks remain in the state’s annual rainy season, and California seems on track to have only an average precipitation year.

Drought induced deaths of entire communities of trees is occurring on a large scale in the Western United States.

The American Academy of Pediatrics calls poverty one of the most widespread and persistent health risks facing children.

Growing use of cell phones among walkers and drivers may be partially to blame for fatal pedestrian crashes.

There are less binge drinking problems at schools that have policies and programs that support lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth.

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