WOODBURN, Ore. (AP) — A city of Woodburn, Ore., spokesman says an 18-year-old driver has been arrested after a car collided with a school bus Friday afternoon in the community south of Portland. Six children reportedly suffered minor injuries.
The Oregonian says that neither the car driver, Miguel Angel Zamora, nor his two passengers were injured.
Woodburn spokesman Jason Horton says Zamora was arrested for investigation of reckless driving and reckless endangerment.
"Move your car or be towed." That's the message from the city of Portland to residents who park in the Alphabet District. Street cleaners will clear leaves off the street Friday morning.
On nights like this the Union Gospel Mission opens up and provides blankets, mats and sleeping bags. Earlier this week, the mission got help from an unlikely source.
Want to see what Portland looked like 100 years ago? There's a display at the Benson Hotel -- and it's all in gingerbread.
The Oregon Department of Transportation is prepared to keep the roads clear in the metro area as they will lay down magnesium chloride. They also have sand in their arsenal and, in other areas of the state, will use salt.