Good morning, it’s Thursday, Oct. 9. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- A Wilsonville company has created a specialized thermal imaging technology that could help in the fight against Ebola.
- Portland startup Urban Airship named a new chief executive, former Citrix Online President Brett Caine.
- Whole Foods is asking the city of Eugene to waive some strict development standards that apply to the property in order to move forward with its proposed 36,750-square-foot store.
- Eugene’s public water and electric utility named the University of Oregon Foundation to handle the transformation of vacant waterfront property.
- The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office reports scam callers are targeting Klamath County residents. Callers contact locals to collect supposed back taxes.
- Oregon ranchers forced to sell livestock due to drought will have more time to replace animals and to defer tax on the extra gains from those sales.