The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for March 26th, 2015. Here are the headlines:
The union representing Los Angeles police officers approves a new contract with raises in future years.
A study provides insight into why foreign born students in science and technology fields choose to remain in the United States or return to their home countries.
A shortage of substitute teachers has school districts scrambling to fill positions.
California will be in its fourth year of drought and the state reservoirs now only hold enough water to meet a year’s worth of demand.
The National Urban League releases its annual report on the state of Black America and finds minorities still lag behind whites in issues of social justice.
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