California Today Full Broadcast (March 24)

There was another brazen smash-and-grab in broad daylight. Robbers looted a jewelry store in a wealthy Southern California city and got away with up to $5 million worth of merchandise.

The California State University system will no longer consider standardized tests for its admissions. The school system will now focus on other, yet-to-be-decided factors to select incoming students.  

Anyone in the real estate market will know that prices are higher than ever. While the state grapples with limited housing, that’s not stopping some people from buying luxury mansions in Southern California. 

Forensic evidence has led to a possible solution to a 30-year-old cold case. The suspect is already in custody and is awaiting extradition to California to face charges.

The Department of Justice, along with other federal agencies, announced a case against illegal Chinese money flowing into Southern California. They say a crime ring was operating inside Bank of America.

A detective is suing the city of Anaheim. She alleges that disputes with management about overtime led to alterations of criminal evidence in her work.

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