Good morning, it’s Monday, Nov. 10. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Kenneth Bae returned to the U.S. after he was detained by the North Korean Communist government on Nov. 3, 2012. He was reunited with his family at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington.
- The Portland Trail Blazers honored Sandra Zickefoose during Sunday’s home game. Zickefoose collapsed at the Moda Center during Thursday night’s game and later died at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.
- Lane County’s Operation 365 pledges to find housing for one local veteran every day for the next year, using money from a $3 million federal grant.
- People in the Klamath Basin, including Adel, Fort Bidwell and Tulelake, say they’re increasingly noticing small earthquakes. The seismic activity stems from a swarm of earthquakes in Nevada.
- Wind gusts Sunday caused a Frito-Lay trailer to topple over near La Grande on Interstate 84, slowing traffic for nearly three hours. No injuries, and no Doritos were lost.