The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN:
A new study says nearly 6 million young Americans aged 16 to 24 are no longer in school and haven’t found employment.
Nearly 80 percent of working Americans over the age of 50 say it is likely they will continue to stay on the job to meet their costs of living, and delay retirement.
The Federal Housing Administration needs bailout money to stabilize its long term finances and cover losses on mortgages it insured during the recession.
President Obama says steps are being taken to fix the glitches in the online sign up site for the Affordable Care Act.
A study finds that cigarette taxation helps to reduce drinking among vulnerable groups.
To listen to these stories, be sure to tune in to KCSN tonight at 6 p.m.