KCSN News: February 25th, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for February 25th, 2015. Here are the headlines:

  • In some parts of the United States, teachers have to work more than 30 years before they can afford a middle class lifestyle.
  • Researchers find that cases involving whistleblowers result in greater penalties and enforcement.
  • The state is storing a collection of D-N-A samples from 16-Million Californians, and privacy advocates are worried about misuse of this information.
  • An Associated Press poll on the 2016 presidential race ranks Jeb Bush as the top Republican candidate, with Hillary Clinton receiving support from Democrats
  • A Florida attorney contends that driving under the influence checkpoints violate a driver’s constitutional rights and they can refuse to speak to the police.

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