The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN:
A Los Angeles City Councilman proposes rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of hit and run drivers.
A 39 story residential tower in Century City is approved even though there was no review of the risks caused by underground earthquake faults.
A mortgage fraud scheme has resulted in 2.7 million dollars in losses to the federal government.
Employers are considering a worker’s personality traits to develop tools to help them perform more effectively.
Young adults with autism spectrum disorders face tough obstacles in finding a job and establishing independent living arrangements.
To listen to these stories, be sure to tune in to KCSN tonight at 6 p.m.