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KCSN Evening Update: 9/16/16

KCSN Evening Update: 9/16/16

Alex Razo

September 19, 2016

KCSN anchor Jasmin Nevarez takes you on a journey thru the day's news, including Donald Trump's reversal on claims President Obama was not born in the US, Hillary Clinton's criticism of Trump, and some Apple stores had hundreds of people lining up for the new iPhone 7. Tonight's update also featured...

KCSN Evening Update: 9/15/16

KCSN Evening Update: 9/15/16

Alex Razo

September 19, 2016

KCSN anchors Curtis Poindexter & Nick Torres run down the day's top stories, including Samsung's recall of Galaxy Note 7 phones, Ohio police explain why officers shot a teenager who had a BB gun, and how CSUN students feel about the back-in-LA Rams. Tonight's Evening Update also includes reports...

KCSN Evening Update: 9/13/16

KCSN Evening Update: 9/13/16

Alex Razo

September 19, 2016

KCSN's Daniel Martindale & Alfredo Perez run down the day's top stories, including Hillary Clinton's health, Vin Scully's broadcast schedule and SoCal Gas settles with LA County prosecutors over the company's gas leak. Also, KCSN Lifestyle Reporter Ke-alani Sarmiento talks about Starbucks increasing...

Evening Update Thurs April 28

Evening Update Thurs April 28

Alex Razo

May 2, 2016

Airlines rate high in ease of the check-in process and making reservations, but there is dissatisfaction with the quality of in-flight services and seat comfort. The Federal Aviation Administration says there is an urgent safety issue with some 787 Dreamliners due to an icing problem. Employees...

Evening Update Wed April 27

Evening Update Wed April 27

Alex Razo

April 28, 2016

The national board of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists approves negotiated contracts regarding commercial work. Leaders of 175 countries meet in Paris to sign a comprehensive agreement on climate change. Prison inmates held in solitary confinement exhibit...

Evening Update Tues April 26

Evening Update Tues April 26

Alex Razo

April 27, 2016

The L-A City Controller’s office is recommending that the L-A-P-D hire more than 450 civilians, which could free more police officers to be in the field. In states that restrict nighttime driving hours for teenagers, crimes fell by about six percent. Daimler A-G is conducting an internal investigation...

Evening Update Mon April 25

Evening Update Mon April 25

Alex Razo

April 26, 2016

The American Lung Association’s annual report lists several California cities like Los Angeles and Bakersfield as having the most polluted air in the United States. Abolitionist crusader Harriet Tubman is going to be the new face on the twenty dollar bill. The percentage of Americans who say...

Evening Update Fri April 22

Evening Update Fri April 22

Alex Razo

April 25, 2016

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says record temperatures have been set for the last eleven months. The U-S Senate passes an energy bill that will cost 32-Billion dollars over five years. An Associated Press investigation has found inaccuracies and omissions in military records...

Evening Update Thurs April 21

Evening Update Thurs April 21

Alex Razo

April 22, 2016

A federal appeals court rules that a policy barring a transgender student from using the boys restrooms at his Virginia high school is discriminatory. A University of California student says he was removed from a Southwest airline flight after an employee heard him speaking in Arabic on a cellphone. Two...

Evening Update Weds April 20

Evening Update Weds April 20

Alex Razo

April 21, 2016

An Associated Press poll finds that 80 percent of Americans say they are dissatisfied or angry with the way the federal government is working. A study measures the economic value of personal data which individuals place on their own and others information. Rising sea levels resulting from...

Evening Update Tues April 19

Evening Update Tues April 19

Alex Razo

April 21, 2016

A federal review says the E-P-A is falling short when it comes to oversight of companies that dump wastewater into protected supplies of drinking water. Parole has been recommended for a 66 year old member of the “Manson Family” who went to prison for multiple murders. President Obama is launching...

Evening Update Mon April 18

Evening Update Mon April 18

Alex Razo

April 19, 2016

The L-A County Board of Supervisors will be coordinating efforts to capture stormwater runoff in a time of a sustained drought. The Los Angeles County Natural History Museum is enlisting volunteers in the search for unusual bugs and plants in the region. Microsoft is suing the U-S government over...

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