Following Oregon flooding, authorities find a body

Waters covering roads in flood-hit northeastern Oregon have started to recede, allowing residents to return and assess the damage from weather that appears to have left one person dead. A woman who had been missing, Janet Tobkin Conley, 62, lived in one of the areas hit by floods, and her body was found Sunday by searchers and neighbors, authorities said. She appeared to have been swept away by rushing water, they said.