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 million 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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