Good morning, it’s Thursday, Oct. 2. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Portland International Airport fire crews are training to recognize and respond to signs of Ebola.
- The Bureau of Land Management can’t account for all of its firefighting equipment or determine the cost of fighting fires. A new report from the Interior Department criticizes BLM for poor wildfire accounting practices.
- The Beaverton School District wants to know if it’s giving students enough time to be physically active. It’s starting a study to get ready for rules that will require 30 to 40 minutes of physical education daily by 2017.
- A countywide group is calling for sweeping changes for the Port of Astoria.
- A pack of wolves based near Meacham could be killed by Oregon wildlife officials if it keeps preying on livestock in the area.