Results for News
- Previous Page
- Next Page
OPB readers looked back to an interview with Death Row inmate Gary Haugen last week. It was the top read story on the OPB news website.
Dec. 5, 2011
Kristian Foden-Vencil spoke with Gary Haugen earlier this year about his views on the death penalty and life on death row.
Nov. 23, 2011
Death row inmate Gary Haugen is scheduled to undergo a psychological evaluation Tuesday. Haugen wants to drop all appeals of his sentence, and proceed to execution.
Aug. 22, 2011
OPB News website readers' interest in the case of Death Row inmate Gary Haugen placed it on the top of the most popular stories of the week of Nov. 19.
Nov. 28, 2011
Tuesday a judge in Salem will hold a competency hearing for convicted killer Gary Haugen. Haugen wants to waive all his appeals to the death sentence and proceed to execution. But his former lawyers have raised questions about his mental competency.
Sept. 26, 2011
A judge in Salem Wednesday signed a death warrant for what would be Oregon's first execution in 14 years. Judge Joseph Guimond set a date of August 16 for Gary Haugen to be put to death.
May 18, 2011
A Marion County judge will hold a hearing on the competency of a death row inmate whose execution was blocked by the state Supreme Court.
Sept. 27, 2011
The Oregon Supreme Court has declined to block the execution of twice-convicted murderer Gary Haugen, ending the last remaining legal challenge to Oregon's first execution in 14 years.
Nov. 21, 2011
Governor John Kitzhaber’s moratorium Tuesday on capital punishment in Oregon puts Gary Haugen’s scheduled execution on hold.
Nov. 22, 2011
A man on Oregon's death row has said his attorneys did not obtain his consent before he underwent a psychological examination that ultimately led the state Supreme Court to block his execution.
July 8, 2011
July 24, 2012
Oct. 23, 2012
Sept. 12, 2012
Death row inmate Gary Haugen is calling Governor John Kitzhaber's execution reprieve "legally ineffective." And the inmate wants a new execution date.
March 13, 2012
Oregon's taxpayers spent a lot of money trying to execute two-time murderer Gary Haugen before the governor gave him a reprieve last month.
Dec. 19, 2011
An Oregon judge says death row inmate Gary Haugen has the right to reject a reprieve from Governor John Kitzhaber. Circuit Court Judge Timothy Alexander's ruling Friday paves the way for a possible new execution date for the two-time murderer.
Aug. 3, 2012
The widow of one of death row inmate Gary Haugen’s victims spoke Wednesday about her feelings concerning the governor’s recent decision to place a moratorium on the death penalty.
Dec. 1, 2011
Lawyers from Oregon's public defenders office asked the State Supreme Court Monday, to order another hearing for convicted murderer Gary Haugen.
Oct. 17, 2011
A judge has found death row inmate Gary Haugen competent to waive appeals and be executed, and indicated he's likely to sign an order for Oregon's first execution in 14 years.
Oct. 7, 2011
Death-row inmate Gary Haugen appeared before a Marion County Judge Tuesday morning in Salem. The judge ruled that Haugen is competent to continue arguing for his own execution.
Sept. 28, 2011
An Oregon judge has set a tentative date of December 6 for the execution of two-time convicted murderer Gary Haugen. The killer has dropped all of his appeals and would become the first person to be executed in Oregon since 1997.
Oct. 7, 2011
March 14, 2013
OPB's Kristian Foden-Vencil discovered an engineer with a unique solution to a neighborhood problem.
Audio - Feb. 27, 2013
An Oregon judge has scheduled a hearing next month to decide whether death-row inmate Gary Haugen is competent to waive his appeals and be executed.
Aug. 3, 2011
The Oregon Department of Corrections is preparing for its first execution in 14 years as death row inmate Gary Haugen faces lethal injection on Dec. 6.
Nov. 18, 2011
OPB News and EarthFix are holding 'coffee shop office hours' to find out what stories they should be covering in the Gresham area, specifically in the areas of health, health care and individuals’ experience in the medical system.
OPB News & EarthFix: Coffee Shop Office Hours in Gresham at 2013-02-21 08:00:00+00:00 - Event - Feb. 14, 2013
Love it or hate it? A few OPB staffers educate Ifanyi Bell about the holiday fruitcake. Hear what they have to say and share your thoughts and memories.
Fruitcake: What's In It For You? - Dec. 19, 2011
Earlier this year an Oregon hazelnut packer refused to give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration a list of the farmers that supply him. The agency was trying to track down the source of an E. coli outbreak in the Midwest.
Feds And Farmers Seek Solutions To E. Coli Problem In Hazelnuts - May 5, 2011
Gario Golio is the author of a book called "Spirit Seeker: John Coltrane's Musical Journey. He talks with KMHD DJ, Derek Smith
soundcloud-kmhds-derek-smith-interviews (audio) - Audio - Feb. 27, 2013
May 1, 2013
Author Gary Golio Chronicles John Coltrane's Musical Journey - Dec. 19, 2012
Gary Clark Jr.: A Raucous Blues Shout - Oct. 19, 2012
In his new book Guitar Zero, cognitive psychologist Gary Marcus describes how he learned to play guitar as an adult and shares the latest research about what scientists currently think about how we learn music. He stopped by the OPB studios to talk about how he learned to improvise and the "flow" of playing music.
Author Gary Marcus On Learning to Jam - Jan. 31, 2012
Oregon Experience interviewed the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Reed College alum for an upcoming episode celebrating the college's centennial. Watch video of Snyder reading his poem "What I've Learned."
Poet Gary Snyder Reads "What I've Learned" - Oct. 11, 2011
A documentary about a unit of the Oregon National Guard stationed in Afghanistan is premiering in Portland Thursday.
Oregon National Guard Soldiers Featured In New Documentary - Feb. 3, 2011
Jurassic Bark: How Sound Design Changed Our Imaginations - April 13, 2013
In anticipation of the National Book Award Finalists being announced on Think Out Loud, writer Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, School-Age Services Manager at Multnomah County Library Katie O'Dell and A Children's Place book buyer Kira Porton share their favorite books of Young People's Literature published this year.
Books of the Year: Young People's Literature - Oct. 6, 2011
He was the kindly white adoptive father of two young African-American brothers on the popular TV series, which aired from 1978-86. Bain, 89, died Monday in California. The show made Gary Coleman a star. He died in 2010.
Conrad Bain, Mr. Drummond On 'Diff'rent Strokes,' Dies - Jan. 16, 2013
Turkish officials recently arrested several suspected Iranian spies. But these cases are but a pale echo of Turkey's heyday as a mecca for spies. During World War II, Istanbul was a crossroads that swarmed with agents. It has inspired authors from Eric Ambler to John le Carre — a tradition that continues today.
Istanbul, A City Of Spies In Fact And Fiction - Sept. 9, 2012
A state Supreme Court justice said the regulations overstepped the authority granted to the New York City Board of Health. And the judge noted that the regulations wouldn't have applied equally across food retailers.
Judge Overturns New York City Ban On Big Sugary Sodas - March 11, 2013
May 10, 2013
Around The Jazz Internet: Oct. 12, 2012 - Oct. 12, 2012
Portland artist Gary Hirsch created Brave Bots to give people a little bit of courage. Find out how one young diabetes patient at Randall Children's Hospital is using her Brave Bot to face her fears and overcome the challenges of her diagnosis.
Brave Bots Help Young Hospital Patients Overcome Challenges - April 8, 2013
Taylor Swift Leaps Into Pop With 'Red' - Nov. 5, 2012
An Unsung Photographer's Ode To Other Unsung Artists - Sept. 22, 2012
Wander up to the third floor of Pioneer Place Mall in downtown Portland and you'll see an unusual sight: a collection of experimental galleries where a Pottery Barn used to be. Find out how art found a place in the midst of the economic downturn.
Artists Turn A Mall Into a Settlement - Feb. 27, 2011
He rose to fame in the 1960s with frequent appearances on The Tonight Show and roles in such movies as It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World. In the '80s, he was on TV's Mork & Mindy. Winters' comedy albums are considered to be classics. He was 87.
Funny Man Jonathan Winters Dies - April 12, 2013
The Alabama legislature has approved a bill making it legal to brew beer at home, a practice that had occupied a legal grey area. If Gov. Robert Bentley signs the bill, as he is expected to do, homebrewing will be legal in all 50 states.
Home Brewing: Soon To Be Legal In All 50 States - May 8, 2013
The Week In Music: Four Parts Taylor Swift, One Part Free Jazz Edition - Oct. 27, 2012
Northwest Cities Adapt To Food Cart Demand - July 15, 2011