Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw at a City Council hearing on Mayor Ted Wheeler's proposed ordinance giving him the power to dictate the location and duration of some protests in town, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, Portland, Oregon.

Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw at a City Council hearing on Mayor Ted Wheeler’s proposed ordinance giving him the power to dictate the location and duration of some protests in town, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, Portland, Oregon.

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  • Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw joins us to talk community relations after a recent report commissioned by the bureau found that most Portland residents don’t fully trust police.
  • Earlier this month, the Benson High School girls basketball team beat the reigning champions to win the state title. The Techsters have come a long way in the last six years since coach Eric Knox has signed on. During his first year, the team lost six games by over 60 points. Last year, they were seeded seventh overall. We’ll talk to Knox about how he took the team all the way to the top.

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