Good morning, it’s Thursday, June 12. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Portland Police are on the scene of an apparent officer-involved shooting in Southeast: Foster Road is closed from Southeast 101th Ave. to 112th Ave. Police are reporting that all officers are OK.
- Authorities say the shooting at Reynolds High School could have been much worse, if not for the actions of police, teachers, and students. Police identified the shooter as 15-year-old freshman Jared Michael Padgett. Padgett had 9 magazines of ammunition, a AK-15 type rifle, a handgun and a knife.
- Lines around the Two Bulls wildfire near Bend are holding, despite strong winds. Latest reports say the fire is 55 percent contained. The reward for any information leading to a conviction about how the fire started is now $26,500.
- Two Eugene teenagers who believe the state is failing to take steps to stave off climate change deserve to make their case to a Lane County Circuit Court judge, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.
- Portland commissioners voted unanimously to approve Google Fiber’s franchise agreement Wednesday. However, Google will not announce which cities will receive its ultra-fast Internet service until the end of the year.