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Photos: $2 million Bugatti cars storm into Stanley, Idaho

Photos: $2 million Bugatti cars storm into Stanley, Idaho
Several Bugatti vehicles made a "quick" trip to Red Fish Lake outside Stanley over the weekend as well as four Lamborghinis. Most of the cars cost about $2 million -- a piece. One of the Bugattie cars, which holds the title of World's Fastest Production Car, has been clocked at 265.7 miles per hour. Photo courtesy of Thayne Breezee.
Several Bugatti vehicles made a "quick" trip to Red Fish Lake outside Stanley over the weekend as well as four Lamborghinis. Most of the cars cost about $2 million - each.

Portland tennis courts honor UO athlete: 'Alex grew up on these courts'

Portland tennis courts honor UO athlete: 'Alex grew up on these courts' »Play Video

The Berkeley Park tennis courts in Southeast Portland are being renovated to serve as a memorial for a University of Oregon tennis star that drowned last year near Eugene.

It was here that Alex Rovello started hitting tennis balls with his dad.

“This really helped us heal. We've been embraced by so many people that have joined this effort and hopefully other children will come to this tennis court,” said Alex’s mom, Geri Rovello.

Brush fire closes roads near Creswell

Brush fire closes roads near Creswell
The intersection of Dale Kuni Road and Cloverdale Road near Creswell was closed while firefighters responded to a grass fire in the area the afternoon of Monday, July 28, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.

The intersection of Dale Kuni Road and Cloverdale Road near Creswell was closed while firefighters responded to a grass fire in the area the afternoon of Monday, July 28, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.

Busy weekend for firefighters in Douglas County

Busy weekend for firefighters in Douglas County
DFPA and the Riddle and Tri-City fire departments responded to a fire in a chip pile Saturday afternoon behind DR Johnson Lumber Company in Riddle. The fire was contained to the chip pile and some surrounding grass.

Firefighters had a busy weekend in Douglas County responding to human-caused fires - including some supsicious blazes now under investigation.

The Douglas Forest Protective Association said the 4 fires in the Happy Valley Road and Looking Glass Road area since July 24 are under investigation as suspicious.

Three of the fires happened Sunday. All were kept to a fraction of an acre.

Other weekend fires were the result of unattended campfires, or remain under investigation.

Lightning in forecast as crews gain upperhand on wildfires

Lightning in forecast as crews gain upperhand on wildfires
Fire crews set controlled blazes to burn up fuels between roads or established fire lines and the front of an advancing wildfire. The goal: gobble up the available fuel and starve the wildfire. Photo by Dan Thorpe

Fire crews continued to gain the upperhand on large wildfires burning in Oregon, but the threat of lightning remains in the forecast as intense summer heat returns to the Northwest.