Inmates in a CA prison raise money to send terminally-ill child to Disneyland

A California state prison has dozens of programs to help rehabilitate inmates and get them ready to return to regular life. Some of those programs include painting, growing gardens and training dogs. Stacy Rasmussen visited the prison to meet with some of the inmates involved in the Pawsitive Change program. As she reports, the inmates in the program helped send a kid with a terminal illness to the “Happiest Place on Earth.”

Security Tightened at Disneyland, Disney California Adventure

ANAHEIM, Calif. (KABC) — Disneyland and Disney California Adventure have installed metal detectors at park entrances, added extra police patrols, discontinued the sale of toy guns and banned people 14 years and older from wearing costumes due to security concerns. After having their bags searched at park entrances, visitors will be randomly selected to go through metal detectors. Visitors over the…