KCSN News: February 26th, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN Evening Update for February 26th, 2015. Here are the headlines:

  • An illegal street racing accident in Chatsworth turned deadly when a powerful Ford Mustang plowed into the crowd, killing two people.
  • Young children with disruptive behaviors are at risk for lower levels of academic achievement.
  • The Internal Revenue Service has identified 400,000 people with old debts totaling $714 million dollars.
  • There is a shortage of therapists to treat people with social anxiety disorder, a condition characterized by an intense fear of being around others.
  • Research is done on interrupting a cycle of violence before young perpetrators and their victims reach adulthood.
  • A USC Annenberg Center study reveals that 75 percent of users agree that the Internet is important for the political campaign process.

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