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Evening News on 09/11/15

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Evening News on 09/10/15

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Evening News on 09/09/15

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Evening News on 09/08/15

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Evening News on 09/07/15

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Evening News on 09/04/15

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Evening News on 09/03/15

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Evening News on 09/02/15

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Evening News on 09/01/15

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Evening News on 08/31/15

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Mammoth Remains Found at OSU

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Fri, 02/05/2016
Oregon State University is known for livestock study, but now scientists have discovered remains of animals they did not expect.
Demi Helenius has the story.
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Public Hearings Held on Willamette River EPA Superfund Site

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Tue, 02/02/2016
On January 26th the EPA and the Portland Harbor Citizen Advisory Group for the superfund site on the Willamette River held the first of many citizen hearings about the EPA's upcoming decision on cleaning up the Willamette River .

That plan, referred to as the Document of Record, will be released at the end of March.
This marks the end of over a decade of feasibility studies, citizen input and collaboration with some of the companies and individuals on a list of possible responsible parties.
After the release of the formal plan for cleanup in March there will be a 60 day public comment period.
The EPA and the Citizen Advisory Group urge people to get involved in the public meetings before the plan is released to familiarize themselves with the different options.
KBOO News reporter Kristin Yount recorded a portion of the Q and A part of the January 26th hearing.
 
Speaking in the clip is Jim Robinson of the Portland Harbor Citizen Action Group, and Travis Williams, Executive Director of Willamette Riverkeepers.
For more information about the cleanup please see www.portlandharborcag.info . The next meeting takes place February 4th at the City Building at 1120 SE 5th Avenue at 11 AM.
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Trial for Montrose Nine Begins February 3rd

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Tue, 02/02/2016
Tomorrow begins the trial of the Montrose Nine in New York State. 
The group of environmental activists was arrested in November in an attempt to stop work on a natural gas pipeline set to run through New York. 
For more on the implications of this action and the upcoming trial we spoke with one of the nine activists.

YWCA Clark County Starts New Women's Leadership Center

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Tue, 02/02/2016
YWCA Clark County is kicking off its new Women's Leadership Center, with a series of classes beginning February 13.

Educating and empowering teenagers will be the center’s first focus of this year's classes and workshops. The project is a partnership with Girls, Inc.
 
KBOO's Lisa Loving spoke with Clark County YWCA Executive Director Sherri Barnett about why the project is needed.
 
Find out more about their programs at www.ywcaclarkcounty.org
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PSU Graduate Employees Union Created

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Mon, 02/01/2016
Several hundred members of Portland State University’s new Graduate Employees Union gathered on campus today, to officially announce the creation of the union, and request neutrality from the University’s administration.
The new union is comprised of over eight-hundred graduate employees, who organized in support of fair wages, affordable healthcare, and reasonable workloads.
The members delivered their request for neutrality to University President Wim Wiewel.
The request also calls for the administration to respect the new union’s right to organize.
For more information, KBOO’s Jamie Partridge was there on the PSU campus, and talked with union members Drew Mahedy and Jane Carr.
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St. Johns Residents Protest Plans for Ivy Island

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Fri, 01/29/2016
The future of the signature traffic island in St. Johns called Ivy Island is currently up in the air.
Developer Farid Bolouri is working with the Portland City Council to remove the traffic island to make room for a new apartment complex.
But residents are not happy about this change to the Gateway of St. Johns.
KBOO reporter Brandon Wiley stopped by Ivy Island to speak to protestors.
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Kim Frasczek Speaks About Montrose Nine

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Wed, 01/27/2016
Now here is Jared Danceler with Kim Frasczek from the Montrose 9. One of the group of activists facing criminal charges for putting a stop to the Spectra Energy Algonquin pipeline from being built in New York.
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CA Porter Ranch Methane Leak

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Wed, 01/27/2016
Local air quality regulators joined the list of petitioners taking legal action against the Southern California Gas Company yesterday.
They allege that negligence has been the cause of the methane leak that began last October. That leak isn’t expected to be contained until the end of February.
The gas utility is a subsidiary of Sempra Energy, and according to data at Open Secrets, seven members of congress are shareholders.
Between lobbying expenditures and campaign contributions, the company has spent more than thirty million dollars influencing Washington since 1992.
Dr. Astrid Caldas is the expert on climate change at the Union of Concerned Scientists .
She spoke with KBOO reporter Robin Ryan about the impact the leak is having on climate change projections.
She also discussed what changes in regulatory policy might be on the way as a result.
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Oregon Abortion Rights Challenged by OR Right to Life

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Wed, 01/27/2016
In Texas this week a grand jury cleared a Planned Parenthood clinic on charges it had sold aborted fetuses.
The panel also indicted two California anti-choice activists on charges of tampering with a governmental record.
That’s a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.
Meanwhile, Oregon Right to Life is working to place an initiative on the November ballot that would ban state funding for abortions.
The group last fall raised enough signatures to gain a ballot title for the measure.
KBOO News spoke today with Planned Parenthood of the Columbia Willamette’s President and CEO Stacy Cross about how the organization is responding.
  • Length: 5:12 minutes (4.76 MB)
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Montrose 9 Attorney Speaks About Civil Disobedience Trial

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Tue, 01/26/2016
In November 2015 nine activists blocked transport outside Spectra Energy's facility in an effort to stop work on a natural gas pipeline set to run through New York State.  The nine individuals were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct for their action.  The case is set to go to trial on February 3rd.  For more on the groups action and on the upcoming trial KBOO's Jared Dancler spoke with the Montrose 9's attorney, Martin Stolar.
  • Length: 5:50 minutes (5.33 MB)
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