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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).
local | Politics | Arts | News | Think Out LoudJuly 20, 2016 10:19 p.m.
We'll hear from some of vendors and workers at the RNC, and then get a rundown of who's been protesting at the RNC. We then turn our attention to gang violence prevention in Vancouver.
Dave Allen wants to help create a new, more robust music industry, and he thinks its possible through new streaming service Beats Music.
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Top Stories: NBA Star Offers Reward In Gang Shooting; Wash. Retailers Must Clear Drug Paraphernalia From ViewAug. 19, 2014 3:30 p.m.
Headlines for Tuesday, Aug. 19: Houston Rockets' Terrence Jones is offering a $1,000 reward for information about the gunmen who killed a 21-year-old Portland woman in a gang-related shooting, Washington retailers must remove drug paraphernalia from easy view, and more.
Community members and local law enforcement officials came together for an outreach event in Portland last night, to talk about gang violence.
Portland police initiated what they called a "cool down" operation in the city over the weekend, to tamp down gang violence.
The Portland Police Bureau is investigating two overnight shootings in Northeast Portland. No injuries were reported and no arrested have been made.
Young people gathered Friday at a Portland park to protest a recent rise in gang violence.
Portland police have responded to 52 violent crimes this year that were gang-related, sharply up from last year. Friday, dozens of young people protested the violence.
In spite of recent reports of gang-related shootings in Portland, a new study suggests the problem was worse ten years ago.
A new study into gang activity in the Portland area suggests the problem has declined generally in recent years, but has increased in pockets of east Multnomah County.
The Portland Police Bureau will have extra officers patrolling the city this weekend. An increase in gang-related crime led the bureau to put more police on the streets.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales said the police are using the right strategies to combat gang violence, but they need help from the community to succeed.