KCSN News: April 2nd, 2015


Daniel Shin

The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening News Update for April 2nd, 2015. Here are the headlines:

  • Governor Brown has issued the first ever statewide mandatory reduction in water use.
  • The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office receives a $350,000 grant to enforce drug impaired driving laws.
  • Auto insurance is most expensive for young drivers who are more accident prone.
  • Federal regulators are launching a major crackdown on payday lenders which charge interest rates that are excessive.
  • The new California online exams will allow students to demonstrate writing, thinking and problem solving skills.
  • A review by an independent panel is recommending that the FBI should complete its transformation into a threat based, intelligence driven organization.

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