KCSN News Update: LA-based group proposes parking fines rate cap at $23

Andrew Martinez

-A group is proposing that the city of Los Angeles adopt a $23 cap on parking fines, an issue that could end up as a ballot initiative to let voters decide.

-Investigators for Mercury Insurance have uncovered more than $24 million in attempted fraud.

-A U.S. Court of Appeals rules that law enforcement must obtain a search warrant in order to obtain cellphone tower tracking data that is widely used as evidence.

-Los Angeles tops the list of the ten most congested cities in the United States.

-The cost of supporting a person with an autism spectrum disorder throughout his or her lifetime is estimated at $2.4 million.

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