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9th Circuit To Rehear Case Challenging Deportations For Minors


In an unusual move, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is rehearing a case Monday that could guarantee minors facing deportation access to attorneys in immigration court.

Man Shot By Portland Police At Fred Meyer Starbucks ID'd


Authorities have identified the 34-year-old man shot by four Portland Police officers Friday at a Northeast Portland coffee shop and grocery store.

A Sense Of Control Can Help Students With Childhood Trauma


Kids who’ve been through trauma are more than twice as likely to drop out before finishing high school. What helps? Giving the student flexibility and a greater sense of control. 

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Want A Straw For Your Drink In Portland? You'll Have To Ask.

Portland City Councilors on Wednesday approved an ordinance that implements a by-request-only policy for plasticware for dine-in, delivery and takeout orders starting in July 2019.

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PPS' 2020 Bond May Change Direction On High Schools

Portland Public Schools is starting plans for a bond measure in 2020, and it might divert from the facilities plans set years ago, to prioritize renovations at all the high schools.

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Oregon Crab Season Delayed Again Until Start Of 2019

Oregon’s Dungeness crab fishery will not open until at least Dec. 31 after testing by state fishery managers revealed crabs are still too low in meat yield in some areas of the coast.

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Oregon Supreme Court Tosses Out Murder Confessions Over Interview Techniques

The Oregon Supreme Court tossed out several 2015 murder confessions Thursday because of the way Portland Police Bureau detectives conducted their interviews involving a defendant with a mental illness.

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Deschutes Deputy Cleared In Shooting, But DA Raises Concerns

A Deschutes County sheriff’s deputy who shot a fleeing suspect will not face criminal charges. But the district attorney says there's still cause for concern.

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Listen: OPB's 'Bundyville' Podcast


From Longreads and Oregon Public Broadcasting, “Bundyville” is a seven-part series chronicling the rise, fall and resurgence of the Bundy family, the armed uprisings they inspired and the fight over the future of the American West.

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OPB Politics Now dives deep into the hottest political topics of the week, offering the scoop on candidates and issues affecting the Pacific Northwest.