KCSN News: March 20th, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening Update for March 20th, 2015. Here are the headlines:

  • Law enforcement faces a backlog of 400,000 rape kits that have not been processed, but funding help is on the way.
  • The 2014, the federal government paid out $125,000,000 dollars improperly due to errors in a program that tracks who is living and who has died.
  • The Internet features thousands of web sites about health, but all are at risk for leaking personal information.
  • Responders who have timely access to important information in a terrorist attack have increased motivation to take action.
  • Discrimination related stress affects the mental health of Latino teenagers born in the United States.

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