Good morning, it’s Friday, April 25. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Department of Human Services can immunize children in its custody — it doesn’t matter if the child is in temporary custody or if the parents object to the immunizations on principle.
- Oregon officials will decide today if the state will drop its problem-laden health exchange website and instead use the federal one.
- A pedestrian was struck and killed on Interstate 5 north of Woodburn early Friday morning. Commuters were squeezed into one lane or encouraged to detour.
- Oregon State University-Cascades officials are in discussion with Deschutes County commissioners about expanding beyond its planned 56-acre campus.
- Portland won’t flush the Mount Tabor Reservoir water that a teenager urinated in last week after all — after the water tested clean and public backlash, the city decided to move the 38 million gallons of water to another reservoir.
- Despite increased funding, Eugene School District may need to cut 26 positions to cover anticipated increased costs in the fiscal year.