Winter wonderland or not, Tuesday morning's commute could come with some hazards.
"We're geared up from the coast clear up to the Cascades," said Rick Little with Oregon DOT. "We're ready to plow if need be, apply sand and spray magnesium chloride or the deicer. We're ready to go no matter how it hits us, and for the individual, it just depends on where they are."
ODOT and forecasters expect much of the action will be in higher elevations, although there could be impacts to travel in the valley from the cold freezing moisture on pavement.
The top cops in Linn County issued a statement on the eve of Thanksgiving voicing their opposition to medical marijuana dispensaries.
The letter - signed by the district attorney, sheriff, undersheriff and police chiefs of Albany, Lebanon and Sweet Home - takes aim at Oregon's medical marijuana law, calling it a "shield" for criminals.
Imagine heading in to work for the day, and wondering if you're about to be arrested, for no good reason. A man in Miami Gardens, Florida says that's been a daily reality for him for years. Now, he's fighting back. John Zarrella has more on the case that's putting police on the defensive.