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local | News | Think Out LoudMay 23, 2016 4:35 p.m.
Just where do the electronics you take to be recycled end up? Also, we talk to UO professor Ben Saunders about the power of comics to address what might be considered subversive topics. And we talk to an Oregonian who has lived with HIV for over 30 years.
Our news roundtable guests dig into local and regional election results. We learn more the health effects of lead poisoning after news that high levels of lead have been found near Bullseye Glass in Portland. And QDoc co-founder David Weissman talks about this unique 10-year-old festival going on this weekend.
Election | Politics | local | News | Think Out LoudMay 18, 2016 4:10 a.m.
We talk to reporters at rallies across the state, nominees—some with victory speeches and some with concession speeches—and outright winners in Oregon's 2016 primary.
Regional newspaper editors defend their endorsements for Oregon’s May 17 primary election. Our guests are: Dick Hughes from the Statesman Journal, Erik Lukens from The Oregonian/Oregonlive and Dirk Vanderhart from the Portland Mercury.
OPB reporter Amanda Peacher informs us about significant elections in Harney County and elsewhere that are being affected by the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife refuge earlier this year.
We hear from some Oregon primary voters in our Public Insight Network who tell us who they’re voting for and why, as well as what issues are most important to them in this election cycle.
We check in on how Harney County elections are being affected by the armed occupation there earlier this year. Then we talk with regional newspaper editors who defend their endorsements in Oregon’s May 17 primary election. We round out the hour by hearing directly from voters about who they're voting for.
Sarah Mirk and Rob Kremer are on the news roundtable talking about some of the biggest stories of the week. We talk with the two candidates for the Republican nomination for Secretary of State. And we remember author Katherine Dunn, who died this week.
We revisit our conversation with six candidates vying to be the next mayor of Portland ahead of the May 17 primary election. The candidates: -Jules Bailey: Multnomah county commissioner and former state lawmaker -Sean Davis: Veteran, author, community college teacher -Sarah Iannarone: Owner of the Arleta Bakery and Library Cafe and assistant program director at First Stop Portland -David Schor: Assistant attorney general for the Oregon Department of Justice -Jessie Sponberg: Activist and wedding officiant -Ted Wheeler: Oregon state treasurer and former Multnomah County chair
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Former Portland Police Chief Mike Reese said Friday he plans to run for Multnomah County Sheriff.
Last month, a federal jury acquitted Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley of lying to IRS agents, but deadlocked on 14 other charges related to his past real estate services business.
Hillary Clinton could lose California's primary on June 7 and still win the Democratic nomination, but she and Sanders are campaigning hard there in hopes of closing out the season on a high note.
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local | Water | Politics | Environment | NewsMay 26, 2016 10:15 p.m.
Leaders in the Columbia River Gorge community of Cascade Locks have spent more than eight years trying to convince Nestle to build a bottling plant there. They say a recent overwhelming public vote against the plant is just the latest step – and hope a strange quirk in Oregon law helps their case.