Episodes: August, 2011
August 31, 2011
Oregon is in line with the national trend threatening the nursing profession — a lack of instructors qualified to train new nurses. Will it affect patients?
Can the University of Oregon Ducks maintain its football prowess amid legal and ethical issues?
August 30, 2011
What inspires kids to study science?
August 29, 2011
Have you ever wondered about the people who lived in your house before you?
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler joins us to share her experiences from the year so far and to answer your questions. What would you like to ask her?
August 26, 2011
The publisher of The Bend Bulletin and other area newspapers filed for bankruptcy this week.
Senator Jeff Merkley visits Think Out Loud to share his experiences from the year so far and to answer your questions. What would you like to ask him?
August 25, 2011
Will a review by the Environmental Protection Agency in New York delay Portland's mandate to cover its reservoir?
August 24, 2011
The rural doctor shortage continues throughout Oregon. How are you affected?
Rebels in Libya moved into Tripoli on Sunday in what appeared to be the final days of the Qaddafi regime. But as of Tuesday morning, no clear victor had emerged. How are Libyans here reacting?
August 23, 2011
August 22, 2011
August 19, 2011
Representative Kurt Schrader visits Think Out Loud to share his experiences from the year so far and to answer your questions. What would you like to ask him?
August 18, 2011
A geologist at Oregon State University said the Axial Seamount underwater volcano would erupt before 2014. And it totally did!
Congressman Peter DeFazio joins us next in our series of summer recess conversations. What would you like to ask him?
August 17, 2011
Earlier this month a man was fatally shot by a police officer in Elgin. Now some members of the community want to know: do they really need a police department?
August 16, 2011
Some people who lost their jobs in the recession decided to start working for themselves. How are they doing?
August 15, 2011
In 1999 Kip Kinkel was sentenced to 111 years in prison. Now his attorney is fighting for a transfer from the state prison to the state hospital. Should his case be heard?
Portland is hosting the Nano 2011 confrence. What does nanotechnology mean for Oregon?
August 12, 2011
Composting is gaining traction at Portland City Hall. What will this mean for you?
What are Washington County and the City of Portland doing to meet their federal mandate of "affirmatively furthering fair housing"?
August 11, 2011
Photographer Damian Mulnix shares his experience capturing the rescue of a 12-year-old boy from the Pacific Ocean.
An historic Oregon brand is headed to the runways.
August 10, 2011
Will a recent federal court ruling granting health benefits to a same-sex couple affect efforts to get rid of the Defense of Marriage Act?
August 9, 2011
How will the U.S. Postal Service's $8 billion dollar deficit affect a rural Oregon community?
August 8, 2011
Political icon Mark Hatfield died on Sunday night at age 89. What are your memories of him?
August 5, 2011
Deborah Meier has spent nearly five decades as an educator — from preschool to college. We'll get her take on what she thinks is missing in this country's education system.
David Wu has officially resigned as Congressman representing Oregon's 1st District and a Special Election has been set. Where does this leave his constituents?
August 4, 2011
August 3, 2011
Nearly half of Oregon schools failed to meet federal benchmarks this year. What's the alternative?
August 2, 2011
What's your reaction to the latest debt ceiling news?
August 1, 2011
Are you using Google+? What do you think of it?