Good morning, it’s Tuesday, April 29. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- A public hearing is set for Thursday in Damascus where some residents say they want to move their properties to another city’s jurisdiction because they’re fed up with city’s government or want to develop land, but city officials are fighting back.
- Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen released a statement in response to racist statements allegedly made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling: “We at the Trail Blazers reject any and all such sentiments, and believe NBA leadership should take swift and impactful action in this case.”
- A “spring heat wave” is expected to bring record breaking temperatures to the state Wednesday. A high of 87 is predicted by the National Weather Service.
- The Lane Transit District will begin construction on its $95 million bus rapid transit line into west Eugene.
- The Oregon State University-Cascades new campus may be delayed as the university faces an extend land use review process. University officials say the campus shouldn’t be delayed more than a year.