Tens of thousands of public school students in Washington state returned to classes this month in school buildings judged to be at risk of collapse in a strong earthquake. A new report to the state legislature prepared by state geologists and a structural engineering firm gave the lowest possible seismic safety rating to more than 90 percent of the school buildings assessed in a selective statewide survey.
Sen. Jeff Merkley discusses a recent Oregon ICE arrest. A child has died at a Portland day care center. Also, we talk about retrofitting old brick buildings and new rules for Multnomah County Libraries.