The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for April 1st, 2015. Here are the headlines:
The Los Angeles Fire Department is falling behind in its recruitment goals.
The Federal Trade Commission and ten states take action against a cruise line company that generated billions of robocalls.
Insurance companies say they are losing money by providing long term health care policies for older Americans.
Teenage drivers texting and using their cell phones are distracted on the road and more likely to be at risk for crashes.
The California Energy Commission is proposing efficiency standards for computers, monitors, and other devices.
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