BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN) -- Power is expected to come back shortly for nearly 9,000 PGE customers in Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington counties Sunday night.
As of 7:25 p.m., 7,205 customers in Washington County, 1,500 customers in Multnomah County and 211 customers in Clackamas County were without electricity.
PGE reports that most of the outages in Washington County are due to a substation problem in Beaverton, Ore.
As of 7:30 p.m. PGE reported that power should be restored to that area by around 9:30 p.m. However, as of 9:19 p.m., PGE's website reported that heat was "keeping PGE crews busy" -- with about 7,000 in Beaverton still without power "due to substation issue."
As of 9:19 p.m., it's website reported that "Power will be rerouted in next 2 hrs & service restored."
A head-on collision left one person dead and three injured in a crash that closed a Marion County road for about 90 minutes late Sunday afternoon.
KOIN 6 News meteorologist Sally Showman said four of the past six nights have seen record low temperatures in Portland.
Citing nearly a foot of snow and frigid temperatures, officials from Oregon State University announced their main campus will be closed on Monday -- even though it is the first day of finals week.
A Multnomah County deputy who stopped on the Fremont Bridge to help a disabled motorist was injured when a car lost control on an icy spot and hit the guard rail.