The Sundial presents KCSN’s Evening Update for May 5th, 2015. Here are the headlines:
A $725,000 settlement is reached in a lawsuit involving allegations that LA County Sheriff’s officials targeted racial minorities in the Antelope Valley.
The US Supreme Court is hearing arguments about the use of sedative medications in executions.
Cleaner power plants and diesel vehicle fleets are helping to reduce air pollution, but 40% of Americans still breathe in high levels of ozone and particulates.
The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office introduces an online discussion board to improve communication with neighborhoods.
Ten million households in California will receive average credits of $27 next month as part of the state’s cap and trade program.
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