Director of Digital Content
Rebecca Roberts Galloway
Rebecca Galloway was the Director of Digital Content for OPB. She managed the staff and editorial content of the news and Arts and Life pages of the OPB website. After more than 10 years in radio and television, Rebecca began her online career with the launch of MSNBC in 1996 in Redmond, Washington as an assignment editor. She later went to work managing editorial content at some of the Internet's largest websites including stints at Netscape.com in 2000 and Yahoo.com in 2006. She also ran the websites of KIRO-TV in Seattle and NBC11 in San Jose, California. Rebecca graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a Bachelor's in English Literature where she worked at the school's paper and radio station, KZSC. She enjoys quirky Portland activities with her husband and son.
A number of fires are burning in Oregon, including the Moccasin Hill wildfire just north of Sprague River and northeast of Klamath Falls.
Two cougar sightings were reported in the Park Place neighborhood of Oregon City over the weekend.
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The "Two Bulls" fire west of Bend is a stark reminder of the potential for a tough fire season in Oregon this year.
Hundreds have been evacuated and thousands are threatened by two fires dubbed "Two Bulls" west of Bend this weekend. Some schools will be closed in the Bend area Monday. Inciweb | KTVZ | Bend Bulletin | Fire Facebook Page
Oregon’s election season kicks off in earnest Tuesday night. We talk with a handful of political analysts to get an idea of what races they're going to be watching.
After several days of freezing temperatures, snow began falling early Friday morning in the Portland area.
Though many people in the Northwest had no ballot to cast, voters in Damascus, Bend, Curry County and Vancouver are among those considering some important issues.
A rescue crew hopes to reach a group of hikers Thursday morning who got lost near Multnomah Falls.
The woman who inspired Marge Simpson has died.
Storify captured the Boston Marathon tragedy's aftermath Monday.
The Oregon Zoo's baby otter "Mo" is getting swimming lessons from his mom "Tilly."
A truck driver who police say was driving northbound in the southbound lanes of the I-205 bridge has been arrested on drunk and reckless driving charges.