Good morning, it’s Thursday, April 10. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- 911 service has been restored in Oregon and Washington, after a 3-hour outage in Oregon and 6-hour outage in Washington. A CenturyLink spokesperson says officials are looking into what caused the two systems to go out.
- Klamath Falls’ Airport is losing service from SkyWest Airlines as of June 5.
- Central Oregon Community College board voted Wednesday to maintain the in-district tuition rate, but it will raise tuition for students outside the district or out of state.
- Co-founder of the Innocence Project Barry C. Scheck spoke at Willamette University’s College of Law Wednesday. Oregon just adopted the Innocence Project in 2014 to review cases of inmates who may have been wrongfully convicted.
- Flashing your headlights to warn other drivers about police is free speech, according to a Medford judge. Judge Joe Charter ruled that a driver didn’t break any law when he used his high-beams to warn other driver about a sheriff’s deputy in the car behind. It is protected as free speech under the Oregon Constitution, the judge said.