MONDAY BRIEFS

Oregon’s tally of coronavirus cases is now past the 42-thousand mark. The Oregon Health Authority confirmed 366 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday, bringing the state’s total number of cases so far to 42-thousand-101. No new deaths were reported, leaving Oregon’s death toll from the pandemic at 653.
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The search continues for an 11-month-old baby who went missing with his parents last week in Portland. The Oregon Department of Human Services says they’re concerned Dennis Johnson could be in danger. Child welfare officials believe he’s with his parents Kayla Burk and Joseph Johnson. They’ve been missing since Tuesday. Authorities believe they could still be in the Portland area.
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An 18-year-old man is facing several charges including DUI after ppolice say he crashed into a landscaping boulder, sending it flying 75 feet in the air toward two young people inside a car in Aloha. Police say the force of the impact sent the boulder crashing into the side of a parked Toyota Corolla, which had two people in it. No injuries were reported.