The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for March 12th, 2015. Here are the headlines:
Exide is closing its Vernon battery recycling plant after decades of toxic pollution.
The California Department of Education reports that fewer school districts are experiencing financial difficulties.
Grandparents and other relatives are often the first stop for social workers looking for a temporary home for a child that was abused or neglected.
It is being recommended that homeowners replace grass with drought tolerant plants to avoid water rationing.
The Defense and Veterans Affairs departments have not developed a system to merge electronic health records.
There is a campaign to expand criminal background checks to all commercial gun sales.
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