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More Think Out Loud
OPB | Broadcast: June 24, 2019
A bill in the Oregon Legislature would require cities to allow duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes in single-family zoned areas.
OPB | Broadcast: June 21, 2019
A new bronze sculpture in Joseph, Oregon, is made by a Native American artist. We get opinions and analysis on the news of the week. And we listen back to an interview about artistic vending machines.
OPB | Broadcast: June 20, 2019
A team of OSU scientists celebrates the winter solstice in Antarctica. A Portland commissioner wants dedicated bus lanes. And things are getting crazy in Salem, Oregon.
OPB | Broadcast: June 19, 2019
The Portland Thorns have sent players to the Women's World Cup. A nonprofit is trying to preserve land in Wallowa County. And students from Roosevelt High School in Portland are telling stories of trauma to build resilience.
OPB | Broadcast: June 18, 2019
We hear about rising graduation rates for Native American students at Madras High School; a student documentary about an American military base in Okinawa; and the little-known TV pioneer Peg Lynch.
OPB | Broadcast: June 17, 2019
We hear about the investigation into the death of Otis "TeTe" Gulley, get the latest on the climate change curriculum at Portland Public Schools, hear about a pride celebration on the Oregon Coast and talk about the U.S. Supreme Court referring an Oregon same-sex wedding cake case back to the state courts.
OPB | Broadcast: June 14, 2019
We talk to a young man who learned he would be a father at the age of 15. We also get opinions and analysis on the week's biggest news.
OPB | Broadcast: June 13, 2019
People are waiting in jails across the state to get into the Oregon State Hospital. What is the constitutional sheriffs movement? How do schools monitor students' behavior online? And how is climate change affecting outdoor recreation?
OPB | Broadcast: June 12, 2019
Stimson Lumber is cutting jobs. Portland will use smartphone data to study transportation.A detainee died last fall at the ICE detention center in Tacoma. And we listen back to a conversation with the first transgender PPB captain.
OPB | Broadcast: June 11, 2019
The Lummi Nation wants to bring an orca in a Florida aquarium home to Washington State. Members of the Child Welfare Oversight Board join us. Some public defenders are on strike. And we get the latest business news.
OPB | Broadcast: June 10, 2019
We hear about programs to offer homeless people bus tickets out of town, "Trans Dudes With Lady Cancer" and Oregon's new wolf plan.
OPB | Broadcast: June 7, 2019
We get opinions and analysis of some big news stories from this past week; meet a guy who is rowing across the Pacific Ocean (yes, you read that right); and sit down with the sheriff of Wheeler County.
OPB | Broadcast: June 7, 2019
As Jacob Hendrickson neared the completion of what would be the longest solo rowing voyage from North America across the Pacific Ocean, he talked about why he took on the challenge.
OPB | Broadcast: June 6, 2019
We hear about rural health care, what it's like growing up in a "company town," and a new curriculum highlighting African-American history in Portland.
OPB | Broadcast: June 5, 2019
We get an update from Salem, Oregon, and our Wheeler County coverage continues with a look at a ranching collective and an interview with a new teacher in Fossil, Oregon.
OPB | Broadcast: June 4, 2019
This hour we explore Huawei tech in Eastern Oregon, meet the mayor of Mitchell who wears many hats in town, and talk with one-third of the graduating class of Wheeler High School.
OPB | Broadcast: June 3, 2019
Judges of 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments in Portland tomorrow in the Juliana v. United States lawsuit. We explore ranching and conservation in Wheeler County and how tribes manage disputes.
OPB | Broadcast: May 31, 2019
A new curriculum in northeastern Oregon schools teaches about the Nez Perce war. A bill aims to address the state's PERS debt. And we round up some of the biggest news of the week.
OPB | Broadcast: May 30, 2019
Poets in Oregon are celebrating the 200th anniversary of Walt Whitman's birth. The Timbers have banned certain political signs at games. And a bill attempts to fix Oregon's broken public defense system.
OPB | Broadcast: May 29, 2019
Farah Pandith has theories on how governments and individuals can overcome violent extremism. Also, PeaceHealth Oregon will close the Nurse Midwifery Birth Center in Springfield.
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