KWSO News Oct. 23, 2018

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Researchers say active fault lines on Mount Hood could potentially trigger a 7.2 magnitude quake that could reach Portland. KGW-TV reports the recently discovered fault lines to the north, south and southwest of Mount Hood extend to the Columbia River. Ian Madin of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries and Ashley Streig of Portland State University found the fault lines during an analysis with new imaging technology.

Ballots for the 2018 General Election have been mailed. If you believe you are registered to vote but have not received your ballot by October 26, call your local elections office. Once you have filled out your ballot, you can return it by mail or place it in an official drop box. In Warm Springs, that’s near Fire & Safety, across the street from the Post Office. There are also 24 hour drop boxes at the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office in Madras, Metolius and Culver City Halls. Ballots must be received by 8pm on Election Night – November 6th – by 8pm to be counted.

This World Series is making history even before it starts. Boston’s Alex Cora and Los Angeles’ Dave Roberts are the first minority managers to face each other in the Series. Cora, who is from Puerto Rico, is already the first minority manager in Red Sox history. Roberts says he doesn’t spend a lot of time thinking about it but he is glad to see progress has been made.