Listen: San Juan Puerto Rico, Wolsey Fire And Paul Koretz discussed on KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson
"Scientists local leaders and the mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico toured the burn areas of the Wolsey fire. They were talking about climate change getting seven effort to. Enlists to these of all over the world to take dramatic steps to dial back climate change LA city councilman Paul Koretz tells KNX that the group viewed one of the most devastated areas the seminal springs mobile home park, look like a nuclear bomb had gone off literally half the park, which was affected by fire. Had the homes burned to the ground and melted. It literally looked like ruins of civilization. He says he and San Juan mayor Carmen. You lean crews plan to collaborate during the recovery process. Hurricane Maria devastated. Puerto Rico back in two thousand seventeen and councilman says the island is still just scratching the surface when it comes to rebuilding. He says he and mayor crews will team up and focus on local infrastructure, resiliency and environmental Justice, Heather, Jordan Cain. Extend seventy NewsRadio city of LA has filed a lawsuit that claims that a popular weather app has been secretly tracking its users and selling their information for commercial use. How Orwellian it feels to live in a world where a private company is tracking potentially every place you go every minute of every day. L A city. Attorney Mike fewer says that's what the Weather Channel app has been doing. If you wanna sacrifice to that company. That information you sure off to be doing it with clear advice. Vance notice of precisely what's at stake. Instead, he says users tricked into giving up location access thinking it'll be used only for personalized weather information when it's actually going to affiliates of the app operators parent company B M and other third parties for targeted advertising. Even hedge fund analysis of consumer behavior IBM insists there is transparency about the use of location data the disclosures are appropriate, and they'll be vigorously defended club, fescue KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Three men were killed on Friday night at a bowling alley in Torrance, friends and family of them are remembering them CBS, Jeff. Newman says people left candles and flowers in front of Gable? House bowl. What are the people killed was twenty eight year old Robert Mickens."