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KCSN News Director dies

KCSN News Director dies

Michael Herrera

May 20, 2016

Journalism professor and KCSN-FM News Director Keith Goldstein died Thursday night. Goldstein left behind a 30-year legacy at CSUN which earned him and his students numerous state, regional, professional local and national awards. Goldstein also received the Distinguished Journalist Award from the...

Evening Update Mon Sept. 21

Evening Update Mon Sept. 21

Wahid Lodin

September 22, 2015

Utility customers in Glendale over-consuming water could have to pay a 500 dollar fine. Better signs could help reduce friction between motorists and bicyclists on the road. The Obama Administration is taking steps to expand paid leave and sick leave for Americans. College student’s substance abuse depend...

Evening Update Fri Sept. 18

Evening Update Fri Sept. 18

Wahid Lodin

September 22, 2015

General Motors agrees to pay 900-Million dollars to settle the criminal case involving its faulty car ignition switches. The Metropolitan Water District increases its budget to help homeowners and businesses remove 175-Million square feet of lawns. The one and a half Billion dollar Expo Line ...

Evening Update Thurs Sept. 17

Wahid Lodin

September 22, 2015

The federal government provides 79-Million dollars in funding to eliminate the backlog of untested sexual assault kits. In the first six months of 2015, 19-thousand people nationwide lost their lives in traffic accidents. The amount of rain and snow California will receive will be dependent on the ...

Evening Update Weds Sept. 17

Evening Update Weds Sept. 17

Wahid Lodin

September 22, 2015

Residents of rural Northern California communities get to view the damage to their homes caused by a huge wildfire. Major truck accidents are taking place on the 7-10 and 60 freeways. California will have to scale back its ambitious plans to reduce greenhouse gases. Several of the finest golf courses in Cali...

Evening Update Tues Sept. 15

Evening Update Tues Sept. 15

Wahid Lodin

September 22, 2015

An audit by the Los Angeles City Controller reveals unusually high overtime hours being claimed by Department of Transportation workers. Los Angeles International Airport launches an outreach campaign for a multi-million dollar construction project California U-S Senator Dianne Feinstein is worki...

Evening Update Thurs Sept. 10

Evening Update Thurs Sept. 10

Wahid Lodin

September 22, 2015

An appellate court is considering whether California’s death penalty is unconstitutional. Many college students are carrying the burden and pressures of student loan debt and meeting monthly expenses. Minority children are under-represented in U-S Special Education classrooms. Signatures ...

KCSN News: May 6th, 2015

KCSN News: May 6th, 2015

Daniel Shin

May 8, 2015

The Sundial presents KCSN's Evening Update for May 6th, 2015. Here are the headlines: The city of Los Angeles files a lawsuit against Wells Fargo, alleging the bank drove its employees to open unauthorized accounts. Tesla, known for its electric vehicles, is expanding battery technology into homes and b...

KCSN News: May 5th, 2015

KCSN News: May 5th, 2015

Daniel Shin

May 8, 2015

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...

KCSN News: May 1st, 2015

KCSN News: May 1st, 2015

Daniel Shin

May 8, 2015

The Sundial presents KCSN's Evening Update for May 1st, 2015. Here are the headlines: Geologists have established a link between states with oil drilling and gas operations and the frequency of thousands of earthquakes. Teaching college courses on the Internet requires accessibility for students wit...

KCSN News: April 30th, 2015

KCSN News: April 30th, 2015

Daniel Shin

May 8, 2015

The Sundial presents KCSN's Evening Update for April 30th, 2015. Here are the headlines: The Pentagon is publicly laying out a cybersecurity strategy that could involve disrupting an enemy’s command and control network. It’s the ten year anniversary of YouTube which allowed people to store ...

KCSN News: April 29th, 2015

KCSN News: April 29th, 2015

Daniel Shin

May 8, 2015

The Sundial presents KCSN's Evening Update for April 29th, 2015. Here are the headlines: There are colleges that have decided to close fraternities and suspend or expel student offenders for incidents like hazing and sexual impropriety. The US Supreme Court rules that police cannot extend an ordina...

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