(CNN)A 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit a remote part of Alaska on Sunday, according to the US Geological Survey. There have been no reports of injuries to people, or damage to places or pipelines, after the quake on Alaska’s North Slope, according to the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Alaska Earthquake Center. There were several strong aftershocks following the quake, according to USGS data and the earthquake center. The earthquake was felt as far as Fairbanks, the earthquake center said.
Today is the first day of school for 9th graders at Madras High School. The 2-Week Summer Bridge Program gives freshman a head start on high school. It is from 8:30-12:30 each day and students will work on reading, writing, and math and earn a half-credit when they finish the 2-week session. Breakfast, lunch and transportation are provided.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Health officials say a visitor to Portland was infected with measles, potentially exposing people to the virus. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports the Oregon Health Authority is working to notify people who may have come in contact with the traveler, who was in the Portland area from July 30 to Aug. 6. The agency says the virus spreads easily to those who aren’t vaccinated, and people infected can spread it even before symptoms appear. Symptoms include coughing, fever, runny nose and rash. It can cause ear and lung infections, diarrhea and brain swelling if not treated. Officials expect symptoms to appear over the next two weeks in people who may have been recently infected. Officials advise people who may be infected to call a doctor or emergency room before visiting those facilities.