Bill Lewis, China, Lori Berenson discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
Rides and a health and wellness fair. The big parade is today, and in another, I will be broadcast starting at eleven AM on ABC seven Wells Fargo is settling with the state, the Bank is going to pay at least three hundred eighty five million dollars to settle a lawsuit that claimed it signed up thousands of auto loan customers for costly car insurance without their consent. Twenty five thousand people had their rides repossessed. Another defendant, national general insurance agreed to pay seven and a half million dollars. The settlements still needs a judge's okay? Aaron bender KFI news. Three. Architecture firms have been selected to compete for the chance to redesign libra tar pits, Lori Berenson with natural history. Museums of LA county says it's important to be selective because we know it's an important place. Not only is the only place in the world. But it is the only green face in, in that neighborhood of substance. It's a park field site. A museum, she says the concepts will be presented to the public over the summer and the winning firm will be selected by the end of the year. The museum campus has only had a few changes since the museum was initially built in the late seventies, the trade war with China has created more buzz for beekeepers in southern California. Hunting sales have been sweets as the US impose tariffs on China, and that's really good for the be the Bill Lewis who runs bills bees and Sylmar tariffs could negatively impact the state's almond industry. His honeybees have helped pollinate local crops, if they're a little strapped for cash, that means they're going to have less money to pay a beekeeper to pollinate their crop. Lewis says it's still too early to tell how much tariffs will impact local goods, but he says, China will likely bypass restrictions by importing products through other countries like Vietnam until the US comes up with the deal. Monica Rix, KFI news. Elected leaders in LA say they want to shut down homeless dumping from other cities councilman. Mike Bonin says the city attorney is looking into some options, we really want them to come back and evaluate for us, whether or not we have any standing to, to bring any action, he says cities, that border LA have been pushing homeless people across the city's boundaries. He says that's unfair to Elliot's tax payers, who are footing the Bill for homeless shelters. There's road.