The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for March 25th, 2015. Here are the headlines:
New fast food restaurants in South Los Angeles were banned in 2008, but seven years later a RAND study finds the strategy failed to reduce obesity.
Target has agreed to pay $10 million under a proposed class action lawsuit settlement stemming from a massive 2013 data breach.
Less than half of Americans polled say the government should reduce income differences between the rich and the poor.
The White House says US taxpayers could save up to $18 billion in electricity costs by reducing greenhouse gases 40% over the next decade.
The California High Speed Rail Authority teams with the EPA to meet stringent environmental standards for diesel engines in construction equipment.
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