The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening Update for April 21st, 2015. Here are the headlines:
The California Water Board imposes a new framework for conservation targets during the drought that would force suppliers to cut back between 8% and 36%.
Experts are questioning whether having rows of seats on an airline packed closer together might make it harder for passengers to evacuate after a crash.
Smartphone usage often produces feelings of productivity and happiness, but others say they are frustrated after mobile screen encounters.
For more than two decades, the Justice Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration amassed logs of virtually all telephone calls from the USA.
One of California’s most dangerous earthquake faults could suffer larger ruptures than previously thought.
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