News for Youse: Cohen report coming, Langley mudslide, and Cee Lo Green dismisses allegation
Cohen Commission news conference Today, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Bruce Cohen will speak to the media about his report into the sharp decline of Fraser River sockeye salmon despite favourable pre-season estimates in 2009.
Mudslide in Langley The RCMP say that 264th Street in Langley is closed between 72nd and 84th avenues as a result of a mudslide.
Woman sues Apple Surrey resident Amanda Lada has alleged that Apple Inc. violated her privacy and security rights with its IOS 4 operating system. She's seeking to have her lawsuit deemed a class action.
Oakridge redevelopment info released Henriquez Partners has applied on behalf of Ivanhoe Cambridge and Westbank Development to build nearly 2.7 million square feet of housing at Oakridge Centre, including towers up to 45 storeys. Details are available here.
New York airport resumes service John F. Kennedy Airport will be open today for limited service after Hurricane Sandy battered the Eastern Seaboard, but nearby LaGuardia Airport isn't expected to resume operations until tomorrow.
Obama will tour New Jersey President Barack Obama will accompany New Jersey governor Chris Christie on a tour of the state, where two million people lost power as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
Cee Lo Green dismisses allegation TMZ has reported that Los Angeles police are investigating an allegation of sexual battery against singer Cee Lo Green, but the popular judge on The Voice has insisted that nothing happened.