Power restoration from Oregon storm could take a week more

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Members of the Oregon National Guard delivered supplies to people without power as problems lingered from an ice storm the wreaked havoc on the electrical grid beginning more than a week ago. A utility official said some communities may not see power for another week. More than 38,000 customers remained without power Sunday. Portland General Electric says it restored power to more than 14,000 customers Saturday as it faced ongoing challenges with restoring the grid. The worst ice storm in the area in 40 years started Feb. 12 and knocked out power to more than 420,000 customers and killed five people, including four who died from carbon monoxide poisoning.