KCSN News: February 24th, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening Update for Tuesday, 24th 2015. Here are the headlines:

– Thirty people are injured after a Metrolink train headed for Los Angeles collides with a truck on the tracks in Oxnard.

– Attorney General Eric Holder praises a change in strategy in which prosecutors steer away from seeking the harshest penalties for low level drug crimes.

– Older and more mature motorists are much worse than their younger counterparts when texting while driving.

– Bites from vicious dogs can cause significant injuries to a person’s hand and finger ligaments.

– A law is protecting Californians against warrantless government access to private electronic data on smart phones, tablets, and other digital devices.