Results for Think Out Loud (Other Results)
We'll talk to the man who wants to bring a new, cheaper electric vehicle. Two Oregon lawmakers join us to discuss possible legislative action in response to the massacre in Orlando and other mass shootings. And we end the hour with a conversation with the oldest living performing drag queen in the country.
News | Nation | Health | Think Out LoudJune 3, 2016 3:52 p.m.
Our news roundtable kicks around some of the big stories of the week. A former Alameda parent says Portland Public Schools was slow to respond to lead paint contamination at her son's school. We talk to a Seattle reporter about an enormous homeless camp there.
News | local | 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 | News | local | Politics | 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.
Results for OPB
For nearly 40 years, artists have worked out of the historic Troy Laundry Building. Now the building has a new owner, and most of those artists are searching for new homes.
The Rev. Herbert Nelson won an overwhelming majority of votes Friday during the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in Portland, Oregon.
Bernie Sanders said Friday he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president, stopping short of a full endorsement of his Democratic presidential rival more than a week after the final primary contests.
The vote was 52 percent to 48 percent in favor of leaving the EU. Global markets are down in the wake of the news. Prime Minister David Cameron, who advocated remaining in the EU, says he will resign.
It’s Union Pacific’s fault. That’s the basic thrust of a preliminary report from federal railroad regulators Thursday. OPB's Kate Davidson spoke to the head of the Federal Railroad Administration to learn more.
Election | News | local | Politics | Election 2016June 23, 2016 4:13 p.m.
Idaho lawmakers agreed to move the GOP presidential primary from May to March in 2015. The conservative-dominated Statehouse argued that doing so would allow the Gem State to play a bigger role in deciding the presidential nominee.
Environment | News | Economy | local | Nation | Oil Trains In The NorthwestJune 23, 2016 3 p.m.
The Federal Railroad Administration said Union Pacific’s failure to maintain its track and equipment caused this month’s oil train derailment in the Columbia River Gorge.
The Portland City Council referred a 3 percent tax on marijuana to the November ballot on Wednesday. One wrinkle? Payments would likely be in cash.
With its anti-immigrant rhetoric and talk of unfair trade, the pro-Brexit campaign shares themes with Donald Trump's presidential run in the U.S.