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Oregon Saves | Cassius Clay Play | Student Survey

A new play for kids takes on the early life of Muhammed Ali. High school students survey other high school students. And a new Oregon program offers state-run retirement savings.

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'Dreamers' Of Oregon, Captured In Portraits

An Oregon portrait series captures DACA recipients moving into the light.

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How A Landmark Audit Could Change Oregon's Child Welfare Department

Auditor Jaime Ralls outlines the findings of the year-long audit. Long-time foster care critic Richard Wexler says the problem is too many kids in the system. DHS says it's working to fix the agency.

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Oregon Child Welfare Workers Say They Can't Keep Up, Can't Do Prevention Work

In the wake of a damning, year-long audit into Oregon’s Child Welfare system, longtime caseworkers Rosanne Scott and Kelly Paluso talk about how the findings of that audit play out day-to-day.

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The Archive Project - Omar El Akkad, Bejamin Percy, Lidia Yuknavitch

This episode of "Literary Arts: The Archive Project" features authors Omar El Akkad, Benjamin Percy, and Lidia Yuknavitch in conversation at 2017's Wordstock: Portland's Book Festival.

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Oregon STD Rates | Author Willy Vlautin | Online Dating While Black

Rates of sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in Central Oregon. Also, Portland author Willy Vlautin tells us about his latest book. And a journalist conducts an experiment about racism in online dating.

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News Roundtable | Organ Transplants | Officer-Involved Shootings

We get a range of opinions on some of the big stories of the week, then turn to a discussion around the ethics of rationing organ transplants, and then turn to the latest report on Portland police officer-involved shootings.

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'We Have A Lot To Lose': Portland Commissioners Try To Save Creative Space

Commissioners Nick Fish and Chloe Eudaly share the scoop on their 24-point council proposal.

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1 Man's Mission To Ease The Squeeze On Portland's Creative Space

Ken Unkeles has provided workspace for hundreds of Portland artists. Here’s how he did it.

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What's Wrong With Oregon's Child Welfare Office?

A recent audit found a myriad of problems at Oregon's Office of Child Welfare.