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Evening News on 05/01/15

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Evening News on 04/30/15

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School Board Elections 2015 Zone 3

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Wed, 04/29/2015 - 5:45pm - 6:00pm
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School Board Elections 2015 Zone 3
KBOO's Don Merrill and Joe Meyer team up to interview Portland School Borad candidates for zone 3: Gretchen Hollands, Wes Soderback, Amy Kohnstamm, and Bobbie Regan.

Battots are due May 19th.

Evening News on 04/29/15

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School Board Elections 2015 Zone 2

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Tue, 04/28/2015 - 5:45pm - 6:00pm
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School Board Elections 2015 Zone 2
School Board Elections 2015 Zone 2
Portland Public School Board elections are May 19th. 

KBOO reporters Joe Meyer and Don Merrill have interviewed all eleven candidates using questions from you the community.

This episode is for Portland Public School Board Zone Two with candidates Paul Anthony, Emma Russac Williams, Jose Gonzalez, and John Sweeney.  
  

Evening News on 04/28/15

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Evening News on 04/27/15

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Evening News on 04/24/15

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Evening News on 04/23/15

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Evening News on 04/22/15

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PDX Mayoral Race Sam Adams Responds to Sho Dozono

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Sun, 03/23/2008

The race for Portland's next mayor is starting to heat up - with Sho Dozono losing his public funding, accusations have begun to fly between the candidates.
KBOO spoke with candidate Sam Adams on his response to Dozono's decision to stay in the race.
That was Commissioner Sam Adams, who is running for Mayor in Portland's May election.

Sierra Club: How Candidates Effect Us: Energy and Climate Change

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Sun, 03/23/2008

 

The Sierra Club of Oregon is launching a new campaign this week on the Power to Change.

KBOO’s Crystal Leighty has more.

 

 

Civil Liberties Watch

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Sun, 03/23/2008

And now, KBOO's Linda Olson-Osterlund brings us this week's Civil Liberties Watch.  This edition focuses on the issue of government surveillance, the loss of personal privacy, and the Freedom of Information Act - or FOIA:

Sho Dozono in the Portland Mayoral Race

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Sun, 03/23/2008

 

We’re now joined by mayoral candidate, Sho Dozono.

Dozono says he wants to challenge the status quo and says Adams is a "City Hall insider" who believes he is "entitled to the Mayor's job".  

Thank you very much, again we've been speaking with Sho Dozono, one of thirteen candidates for Portland's next mayor.

 

Vicente Fox, President of Mexico Speaks in Portland

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Evening News
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Thu, 03/20/2008

 

Protesters greeted Mexican President Vicente Fox Wednesday night as he spoke at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert hall in downtown Portland.  KBOO reporters Crystal Elinski and Jason Dowd were there.

 

 

Vicente Fox(Part Two) the Texas Border Wall, NAFTA and the War

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Thu, 03/20/2008

 

Inside the Arlene Schnitzer Hall, a large crowd heard Fox oppose the war in Iraq, praise the North American Free Trade Agreement, yet criticize the South Texas border wall.

Fox appeared courtesy of the World Affairs Council of Oregon.

 

Grannies Arrested at PDX Recruiting Center

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Thu, 03/20/2008

 

Portland's seriously pissed off grannies were back at the Broadway Military Recruiting Center today, after having taken several months off from their Friday protests.

Portland police arrested four people for putting red handprints on the windows of the Recruiting Center.

The Grannies say the handprints symbolize the blood of those who have died in the war.

KBOO's Randall Howington has more:

 

The Price Tag for 5 years of War: from the Oregon News Service

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Thu, 03/20/2008

 

This week marks the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and the National Priorities Project has released a state-by-state estimate of what the war has cost. 

For Oregon, the price tag is four-point-two (b) billion dollars already spent, and another one-point-eight (b) billion dollars budgeted. 

KBOO’s Helen Honey has more, in collaboration with the Oregon News Service:

 

4th Annual Sunshine Week: For Freedom of Information and Open Government

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Thu, 03/20/2008

 

This week marks the 4th annual "Sunshine Week", led by the American Society of Newspaper Editors.

The focus of the week is to "shed light" on government secrecy, and to call for open government.

Patrick Yack is a Florida-based newspaper editor who heads the Freedom of Information Committee for the American Society of Newspaper Editors:

That was Patrick Yack with the American Society of Newspaper editors, talking about "sunshine week" and open government.  More information can be found at sunshineweek-dot-org.

Housing Activists Stand up for Accountability in New Orleans

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Thu, 03/20/2008

 

 

The City council of New Orleans voted last night to criminalize homelessness -- just two months after deciding to demolish thousands of undamaged, affordable public housing units.

Housing activists have called the latest move an outrage that targets the poorest survivors of Hurricane Katrina.

Six activists were arrested yesterday at Saint Bernard housing project, and dozens more marched on the home of Louisiana Senator David Vitter.

Vitter has been responsible for single-handedly blocking a piece of legislation in the U-S Senate that would provide a one-to-one replacement for every demolished public housing unit

 

 

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