Evening Update Mon April 18


Alex Razo

The L-A County Board of Supervisors will be coordinating efforts to capture stormwater runoff in a time of a sustained drought.

The Los Angeles County Natural History Museum is enlisting volunteers in the search for unusual bugs and plants in the region.

Microsoft is suing the U-S government over the law that allows the government to search customers e-mails or online files without their knowledge.

Exxon Mobil is challenging legal attempts to find out how much the oil company knew about the climate risks posed by fossil fuels.

The WAZE navigation app will be used by Caltrans to report information about road hazards such as potholes and collisions.

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