local | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Oct. 16, 2017 noon | Portland
Erious Johnson was forced to step down from his job at the Oregon Department of Justice. This is his first one-on-one interview since he settled his civil rights lawsuit against his former employer.
We hear about the idea of "pop-up campuses" for international students, some new laws that just took effect in Oregon, and a podcast all about a 1980s video arcade game.
In many ways, Danielle Outlaw is just what Portlanders expect in a police chief.
Opponents of Oregon's "sanctuary law" are collecting signatures to put the issue on the ballot, and feelings are already running high on both sides.
Portland leaders have agreed to pay police command staff more money to live within city limits.
What will Corvallis do for the eclipse? And will sketchy cell coverage in Eastern Oregon be a problem during the eclipse? Also, more on Multnomah County's lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, and an exploration of Portland's tech industry.
Mayor Ted Wheeler's pick for police chief, Danielle Outlaw, comes to Portland after 19 years with the Oakland Police Department. Since 2013, she served as a deputy chief.
Mayor Ted Wheeler offered the position to Danielle Outlaw, 41, a deputy chief in the Oakland Police Department.
We hear about conditions for women in a Tacoma immigration detention facility, a conference on election reform, and why bus riders want fewer armed transit police officers.
Education | Politics | local | News | Business | Entertainment | Think Out LoudOPB | July 6, 2017 noon | Portland
A Portland summer camp teaches girls to use power tools. Also, an appeals court ruling may change the kinds of billboards we see in Oregon. And how has legal marijuana affected tourism in the state?
A Republican lawmaker confirmed her plans this week to challenge a $670 million health care tax to fund Medicaid.
The Suquamish Tribe and two environmental groups are suing the U.S. Navy, saying it sent harmful pollutants into Puget Sound when it cleaned a decommissioned aircraft carrier.
Federal environmental laws don’t shield the State of Oregon from a $1.4 billion lawsuit that alleges insufficient logging.
Nation | News | Think Out LoudOPB | May 3, 2017 noon
An Oregon man who has an engineering degree from Sweden has been fined for practicing engineering without a license. We learn about Portland's Japantown before WWII, and about a new documentary on Oregon-born food writer James Beard.
We learn about cybersecurity "honeypots" and a bill to raise the age for tobacco use in Oregon.
We get business news from the editor of the "Portland Business Journal," then turn to a new lawsuit brought by disability rights advocates. We end the hour with a preview of the Soul'd Out music festival.
Oregon lawmakers are gearing up for a pair of hearings Monday on a set of bills that would regulate firearms.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement will temporarily stop publishing a weekly list of sheriffs who don’t cooperate with the agency.
Local sheriffs say they are being shamed by the Trump administration for abiding by the U.S. Constitution.