Episodes: June, 2012
June 29, 2012
June 28, 2012
June 27, 2012
Living under one roof with your parents might have gotten rough at times, but what happens when you add extended family members into the mix?
June 26, 2012
The Oregon Arts Commission has created a new database that allows users to search the types of arts courses offered in Oregon Schools.
On Wednesday, the Portland City Council will vote on whether to refer a new citywide $35 income tax to the November ballot.
June 25, 2012
Will the Supreme Court take up the issue of whether or not logging roads should be subject to the Clean Water Act?
June 22, 2012
Are you making plans for the summer? What's at the top of your list of things to do and see in the Pacific Northwest?
The Farm Bill passed out of the Senate on Thursday, but may now face a harder battle in the House.
June 21, 2012
What difference has federally mandated education gender equity made over the last 40 years?
After allegations of sexual misconduct emerged last week, Oregon Representative Matt Wingard (R-Wilsonville) announced he will not run for reelection.
June 20, 2012
We check in with Portland Business Journal editor Rob Smith about the latest business news.
What do tours of homeless camps mean to those inside and outside of the homeless community?
June 19, 2012
Andrew Blum's new book, Tubes, seeks to answer the question: Where is the internet?
June 18, 2012
University of Washington researchers recently determined the first genome of a fetus. We'll discuss how they did it and what's in store for the future.
The Oregon Department of Transportation has a new pilot program to create a way to tax drivers of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
June 15, 2012
How do crime victims view their offenders' rehabilitation? How do survivors deal with the lasting impacts of a crime?
The Obama Administration announced this morning it will change its deportation policy for undocumented youth.
June 14, 2012
Portland filmmaker Brian Lindstrom's new documentary offers a window into a playwriting class at an alternative high school.
2012 marks Representative Earl Blumenauer's 40th year in public office. What has changed for him and the state in those four decades?
June 13, 2012
June 12, 2012
You can go to class to learn English grammar and vocabulary, but how do you learn slang and its appropriate uses?
We'll find out what's next for the Japanese dock that washed up on Oregon's shores recently.
June 11, 2012
What do we know about the deaths of 20 sea lions in the past two months in Oregon and Washington?
A Beaverton woman won a $900,000 lawsuit against the man who she says gave her herpes. Will this set a precedent?
June 8, 2012
June 7, 2012
Portlander Chris Guillebeau's latest book is all about turning dreams and ideas into a dependable income.
Opponents of Washington's same-sex marriage law blocked it from going into effect this week by turning in signatures to put the law to a vote in November.
June 6, 2012
The Oregonian has been running an investigative series on fair housing in the Portland area. What did they discover?
Portland City Council votes on an ordinance that, if passed, will allow police to install video surveillance cameras on private property in Old Town/Chinatown.
June 5, 2012
Last week, the Oregon University System announced another round of tuition hikes. What does this mean for students and their universities?
June 4, 2012
The City of Portland passed a resolution allowing homeless motorists to sleep in church parking lots. Now one church is allowing it and some neighbors are pushing back.