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We continue our occasional series highlighting different responses to gang violence in Oregon with a look at a boxing program in Medford, part of a larger approach called Keep Encouraging Youth (KEY).
Dave Allen wants to help create a new, more robust music industry, and he thinks its possible through new streaming service Beats Music.
Portland police plan to ramp up efforts to prevent gang violence this summer. Gang violence in Portland is already higher than usual this year, and officials are worried that gang activity will increase during the summer months, when kids are out of school. Last year around this time, we covered an uptick in gang-related shootings. The Portland Police Bureau will pull officers from three divisions: Drug and Vice, Training, and Family Services, which responds to domestic violence incidents. The U.S. Attorney has reassigned three more prosecutors to deal with gang-related gun possessions (there is currently only one prosecutor).
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Young people gathered Friday at a Portland park to protest a recent rise in gang violence.
UCOS are threatened with closure as they investigate the bloody murder of a political activist.
Helen and the gang try to make Martha a nice quiet place to nap. Martha joins a dog costume parade.
The gang encounters many obstacles traveling around the world by plane, balloon and motor scooters.
Pakistani gangs in northern England subjected at least 1400 children to sexual abuse.
Donna Ulisse and the Chuck Wagon Gang perform.
Truman agrees to tell the gang why he has been as hiding in the garage and lurking in the shadows.
The gang uses a Miniaturizer to shrink down and learn how a Gecko lizard climbs up smooth surfaces.
The gang enters an alternative energy fueled Go Green Go-Cart Race using sun, wind and pond scum.
The gang shrinks down to the size of ants to help teeny tiny Thumbelina find her missing brother.