Here is the latest Oregon news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. PST

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A medical episode involving a defendant with a history of health problems briefly interrupted the Las Vegas trial of six men accused of wielding guns during a 2014 armed standoff between followers of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and federal agents. Trial was suspended for two hours, but reconvened Thursday with Gregory Burleson back in the courtroom. The judge said medics checked the 53-year-old Burleson in custody and reported that he may have been dehydrated.

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson says President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban has “the same illegal motivations as the original.” Ferguson on Thursday asked a federal judge to block the new order by ruling a temporary restraining order against the first ban to also to the revised executive order. In the original lawsuit targeting the first ban, Ferguson said it was unconstitutional and hurt the state’s businesses and universities.

SEATTLE (AP) — Some of the states that helped derail President Trump’s first travel ban are now mounting efforts to block his second one. Although the new order applies to fewer people, they say, it’s infected by the same legal problems. Hawaii on Wednesday launched the first lawsuit over the revised order. Washington, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon and Minnesota plan to do the same on Monday.

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Complaints about aggressive dogs downtown in Oregon’s third most populous city has prompted Eugene city councilors to ban dogs there except those owned by people who live or work downtown. The Eugene City Council voted in the six-month ban Wednesday that takes effect in April. Violators could be fined as much as $250. Ban supporters cited a rise in complaints of encounters with aggressive dogs. The Register-Guard reports critics claimed the intent was to displace homeless people and their dogs.