Nation | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Aug. 24, 2017 noon
How do you use parks? Also, a Portland bookstore hosts Drag Queen Story Time, and the community court program in Eugene tries to help people arrested for crimes associated with homelessness.
Lawmakers in Washington are pushing legislation that seeks to aid a growing population of homeless students and reduce their numbers.
The state may create a new system to gauge how young Oregonians are faring to determine what policy changes help, and which don't.
For the past three years, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 has been phasing in stricter nutritional standards for federally funded school lunch programs.
TUESDAY: "Lowriders In Space" follows the interstellar adventures of mechanic Lupe Impala and her sidekicks El Chavo Flapjack Octopus and Elirio Malaria.
TUESDAY: We'll explore new research that shows playing with Barbies could affect the jobs girls think they can do in the future.
WEDNESDAY: We'll talk to a Portland mom who looked for support when her 8-year-old daughter came out as gay — and couldn't find it.
A new website featuring television's Arthur will provide families with useful health information when it's launched in early 2014.
parenting | Music | local | TechnologyOPB | April 10, 2013 7 a.m.
Portland visual artist and musician Julianna Bright brings the warmth of a picture book to her new iPad app for kids. Learn more about the app and see her perform songs from her latest album.
By the end of the year, 25,000 Oregon children will be living with a parent who’s been unemployed for six months or longer, according to a new study.