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(CNN) – Police Sgt. Pete Simpson says officers are currently looking for one suspect who shot three victims at a Portland, Oregon, high school Friday.
"Our preliminary information is one suspect. There may have been others with him when they fled the scene," Simpson said in an interview with CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
(CNN) – Portland, Oregon, resident Parker Bolden tells CNN's Jake Tapper what he saw after a shooting Friday at a nearby high school.
(CNN) - Three people were shot Friday afternoon near a high school in Portland, Oregon, Lt. Rich Tyler of the Portland Fire Department said.
The victims were breathing and conscious as they were transported from the area near Rosemary Anderson High School, according to the Portland Police Department.
(CNN) – After a monster storm slammed the region, the threat of intense waters bringing more mudslides is one of the biggest fear right now in California.
Areas once scorched by wildfires now have nothing to hold back debris.
Where is the main concern, and how are officials getting people out of harm's way from these potential mudslides?
Mark Ghilarducci, with the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, tackles that question and more in the video above.
Affected by the storm? Send your photos to CNN iReport, but please stay safe.
Los Angeles (CNN) - Torrential rains moved walls of rock and mud Friday in South California, burying homes in one neighborhood, closing a coastal highway, and prompting evacuations of foothill communities imperiled by landslides.
The damage marked the second day of a fierce storm slamming the Pacific Coast that, in California, served to trade one natural disaster for another, namely the state's record drought of the past three years.
At a minimum, the biggest storm in years slaked the dry earth, but it is coming at a high price for many people.