— From wire reports

Dogs get death — Four dogs have been given a death sentence for attacking an Oregon girl in June. Three Klamath County commissioners voted unanimously that it was in the public interest to euthanize the animals. Vincent Berry owns the English mastiffs and has 10 days to appeal the decision to circuit court. His sister says they will take that step. The dogs attacked Berry’s neighbor, Alyssa Stevens. The 10-year-old suffered a torn scalp, punctured lung and broken ribs, and spent several weeks in a Portland hospital.

Earthquake hits — The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded a 4.6-magnitude earthquake in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Northern California and Oregon. The temblor struck Thursday about 115 miles northwest of Eureka, California.

Old fire station burns — Fire gutted a former Portland fire station that was built more than a century ago and has been vacant for many years. Portland Fire & Rescue says crews responded Friday morning to the brick building in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood. Firefighters found flames burning through ground-floor windows on the back side of the building, and the blaze spread to the second floor. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.

ER death — Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 28-year-old man who died in a Portland emergency room after possibly being in a fight. Portland police Sgt. Pete Simpson said Friday the man was suffering from numerous injuries when he was dropped off at Portland Adventist Medical Center. He died at about 2:30 a.m. Simpson says officers received limited information that the victim had been in a fight at an unknown location. He says detectives have yet to identify suspects or a crime scene.

Baby dies in fire — Authorities have identified a baby killed in a Wednesday fire that destroyed a home in Monmouth. The Monmouth Police Department said Thursday the body of 11-month-old Sebastian Spencer was found in the home after the fire was extinguished. Authorities say the house was fully engulfed when firefighters responded. Two firefighters suffered burns while trying to rescue the infant. One firefighter was being treated locally, and the other was sent to the Portland Burn Center. The baby’s parents, Natacia Abbe and Benjamin Spencer, and two other children were able to escape.