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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