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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