Shows for January 2011
Mon, Jan 31
To hear from police and members of the community about what has changed since Aaron Campbell was killed.
Fri, Jan 28
How has a shooting and manhunt on the Oregon coast affected the surrounding community?
Thu, Jan 27
Poet Elyse Fenton is next in our continuing series of conversations with Northwest writers.
Wed, Jan 26
What is the state of the union?
Tue, Jan 25
We explore the reality of homelessness in suburban Oregon.
Mon, Jan 24
How is Oregon changing as the state's population grows and shifts?
Fri, Jan 21
We explore what's driving Oregon's domestic violence cases up.
Thu, Jan 20
How does development on Portland's South Waterfront serve as an economic indicator for the rest of the region?
Wed, Jan 19
A look at technology in the classroom and how it's changing how we learn, teach and think.
Tue, Jan 18
Should Portland rejoin the Joint Terrorism Task Force?
Mon, Jan 17
In commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr., we'll hear from people who have stories about integration.
Fri, Jan 14
What will Portlandia mean to Portland?
Thu, Jan 13
Should Oregon's 20th century child pornography laws change for the 21st century?
Wed, Jan 12
Why are twenty-somethings taking longer to become adults?
Tue, Jan 11
What's ahead for lawmakers and lobbyists in the 2011 legislative session?
Mon, Jan 10
How are you feeling in anticipation of the BCS National Championship game?
Fri, Jan 7
At the fresh start of a new year, we hear from those who have committed to making changes in order to get a second chance.
Thu, Jan 6
Why has violent crime gone down in Oregon over the past few years?
Wed, Jan 5
What led one person to actively oppose same sex marriage, and another to actively support it?
Tue, Jan 4
A look at a new study of hexavalent chromium and US city drinking water.
Mon, Jan 3
If the state gives up its control over Oregon's public universities, how will that affect faculty, students and administrators?