Clark County measles outbreak: 14 kids sickened up to now: Morning Briefing for Thursday, Jan. 17 – OregonLive

Clark County measles outbreak: 14 kids sickened up to now: Morning Briefing for Thursday, Jan. 17 – OregonLive


Fourteen kids
had been sickened up to now. That you just might per chance per chance deem of publicity websites consist of Costco
and the airport.

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(CDC/NIP/ Barbara Rice)

MISSING SAUDIS: A criminal authentic who represented Saudi
males who fled the U.S. while accused of crimes says she’s confronted
threats and has temporarily closed her be conscious. Read extra.

BROTHEL BUST: Six of us — including three
in Oregon — are accused of running Asian brothels in the U.S.,
Canada and Australia. Read extra.

BIG WINNER: A Grants Pass man neglect to come to a decision out
tortillas. His 2d day out to the retailer netted him a $250,000
winning lottery ticket. Read extra.

CITY POLITICS: Portland commissioner says “white
male privilege” permits Metropolis Corridor disrupters. Read extra.

PORTLAND PROTESTS: A protester sues Portland
police, asserting a projectile broke his nose one day of a Trump demonstration.
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SPAGHETTI STORIES: Portland’s Used Spaghetti
Manufacturing facility turns 50: Right here’s a uncover assist at a protracted time of scrumptious
recollections. Read extra.

INTERNET SPEED: Hillsboro and Multnomah County
continue pursuing speedy internet service – slowly. Read extra.

MISSING KIDS: “Let’s lift all missing kids
home.” Kyron Horman’s mother posts hopeful message after Jayme Closs’
capable return. Read extra.

WEEKEND PLANS: 21 things to attain this weekend
and beyond in Portland. Read extra.

Snap of the day

TRAFFIC STOP: A video of a Dubai Lamborghini driver education an Oregon declare trooper on the regulation goes viral. Read extra. (Screenshot)

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Lethal fishing boat ruin focuses spotlight on Whisk Guard work one day of shutdown

Struggling art work college looks to PSU for lifeline

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AROUND THE WORLD: On Jan. 17, 1961, President
Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered his farewell address in which
he warned in opposition to “the acquisition of unwarranted impact,
whether or not sought or unsought, by the militia-industrial advanced.”

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