Good morning, it’s Friday, May 9. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- University of Oregon officials admit that they knew of the March sexual assault involving four students the day after it happened, but didn’t notify the other students and faculty as required by federal law.
- More than 30 suspects are in custody after Klamath County police and federal agents shut down a massive local fraud ring.
- Deschutes County paid for a place in Travel Oregon’s “Seven Wonders” tourism campaign using tax payer money. Travel Oregon officials say Smith Rock would have made the list anyway.
- A citizen advisory panel is considering a ban on smoking in Portland public parks. The panel will make a recommendation to the Portland City Council.
- Cover Oregon owes agents who haven’t been paid in months approximately $900,000.