Good morning, it’s Friday, May 30. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Gov. John Kitzhaber requests state and federal governments to take immediate legal action against Oracle for Cover Oregon’s troubled website.
- Marion County deputies arrest a 14-year-old boy who they say threatened to blow up his school.
- Portland residents tell the city council a proposed street fee is unfair to small business owners and Section 8 housing residents.
- Clatsop County may have to spend up to $4,000 on a new election after an error caused about 500 incorrect ballots to be mailed out for the May 20 primary.
- The Crooked River upstream of Prineville Reservoir is running low, and portions of the river may run dry because of drought.
- Oregon Zoo officials said Thursday six monkeys died in quarantine at the Oregon Zoo over the weekend. The remaining monkeys appear to be in good health.