KCSN News: March 24th, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for March 24th, 2015. Here are the headlines:

  • The California Public Records act is intended to make government information accessible to the public, but it’s not so easy to get a look at these documents.
  • Federal prosecutors are asking for better tools to track down computer users who hide their locations while committing crimes on the Internet.
  • Dangerous levels of lead have been found in the artificial turf used at thousands of schools.
  • Transgender people feel their gender identity doesn’t line up with whether they were born a boy or a girl, and they often face discrimination.
  • A study finds that a majority of college students don’t try to stop online bullies.

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