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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