KCSN News: March 6th, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for March 6th, 2015. Here are the headlines:

  • A tentative contract agreement will provide three years of raises for Los Angeles Police officers, along with better health benefits.
  • Researchers say arsenic in private wells is the biggest public health problem for drinking water in the United States.
  • The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is requesting more funding from the state to inspect nursing homes.
  • Only 27,000 veterans have made appointments for private medical care, since the federal government mailed out 8.6┬ámillion choice cards.
  • Teen dating violence is often associated with increased alcohol and tobacco use.
  • Advocacy groups are pushing for national monument designation for stretches of the Mojave Desert, redwoods near Pacific Coast Highway and to mountains in wine country.

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