PORTLAND, Ore. (CNN/BOB MARTIN) - A bald eagle was rescued on the side of an Oregon highway this week.
Emergency crews helped the injured bird. The male bald eagle's leg was broken when he was hit by a car.
He has since been checked out by a vet.
They say the eagle is suffering from partial paralysis but stable.
Authorities say a 78-year-old man is recovering after passers-by came to his aid when he was in the snow along a Bloomington road without a coat or shoes.
State highway officials say an eight-mile section of Interstate 65 near Lafayette will be expanded to three lanes in each direction.
Crews from a northeastern Indiana fire department had to rush to put out a blaze at the home of their assistant chief.