An administrator in Oregon’s Department of Occupational Safety and Health is considering indefinitely extending rules requiring masks and social distancing in all businesses in the state.
The former employee who shot and killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis legally bought the two rifles used in the attack despite red flag laws designed to prevent such purchases, police said.
Eligibility for the coronavirus vaccine opens up to all Oregonians ages 16 and older on Monday. Have you tried making an appointment already? Are you experiencing trouble with getting access to the vaccine?
BREAKING: The Oregon State Medical Examiners office has released the identity of the man killed at Lents Park byt a PPB Officer yesterday. His name was Douglas Delgado, 46. The autopsy revealed that Delgado died of a single gunshot wound. https://t.co/ckSX9qXQ43
Possible record breaker today! 2016 holds today's record high at 81. Current forecast is calling up 83. We hit that, 2016's record gets blown out.
Doubtful we break tomorrow's record of 87. Still expecting 83 for Sunday's afternoon high. Stay hydrated, folks! @KATUNewshttps://t.co/daJ0GKbUC6
Portland Police is coming over the loudspeaker repeatedly, telling a crowd not to enter the crime scene at Lents Park. They warned the group about the potential for arrests or crowd control methods. https://t.co/0G13KnXnL8
Police said they got a 911 call at 9:30 this morning. Portland police have not confirmed the condition of the person shot. Lots of honking and a yelling from people around the tape https://t.co/AfJCtrMPmp
Firefighters are currently responding to a possible fire in a commercial building in the 800 block of 1st Street in Newberg. They are performing a search of the building to ensure everyone has evacuated and looking for the source of the smoke.