The crumbled remains of the sandstone pedestal at Cape Kiwanda.

The crumbled remains of the sandstone pedestal at Cape Kiwanda.

Courtesy of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

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  • Photographers, newlyweds, and the general public brave photo shoots at Cape Kiwanda every year, despite occasional deaths. We talk to photographer Jeremy Echols about the allure of the place and whether it's worth the risks.
  • Portland Police Chief Mike Marshman updates us on the status of the Springwater Corridor sweep, along with changes to the police's gang enforcement team.
  • Grand Ronde tribal council secretary, Cheryle Kennedy tells us about her tribe's support for the protests  of an oil pipeline in North Dakota.

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