An Idaho school district has distributed computers to students a month after a department-wide cyberattack wiped out the district's network. The Idaho Press reported Thursday that Nampa School District officials finished giving out re-imaged laptops to middle school students after high school students were equipped with unaffected devices last week. School officials say the malware attack on Aug. 21 came just two days after the school year began, disabling the district's entire computer network.
Authorities say two drivers were killed when a motorhome towing another vehicle and a pickup truck towing a travel trailer collided in eastern Oregon. KATU-TV reports 78-year-old Richard Kozol of Medford was driving a Gulfstream motorhome when for an unknown reason it crossed into the westbound lanes on Highway 20 near Harper. Oregon State Police say Kozol collided with a Ford F-250 pickup operated by 72-year-old John Haynes of Palo Cedro, California.