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1 Another Oregon Republican faces recall over gun-control bill
2 Video appears to show Rep. Mike Nearman explaining how he’ll open the Oregon Capitol ahead of protests
3 A chlorine shortage could put Oregon’s drinking water at risk
4 Watch Oregon Rep. Mike Nearman discuss ‘Operation Hall Pass’
5 Portland police officers resign from Rapid Response Team
6 2 more Portland employees paid to resign following damning civic life report
7 Oregon Legislature approves expanded options for building of affordable housing
8 Portland police officer charged for assaulting activist photographer at protest
9 Oregon could ditch catch limits and make other fishing regulation changes because of drought
10 Interest in nursing is rising, but Oregon’s nursing pipeline has some hang-ups
11 Gov. Brown defends plan to lift mask mandate when Oregon hits vaccine benchmark
12 Oregon lawmakers will take a ‘big swing’ at mental health funding this year
13 Portland illegally discarding personal property during homeless sweeps, class-action suit alleges
14 After our investigation, Oregon House moves to curb forest institute’s power and budget
15 Bill allowing over-the-counter HIV prevention drugs goes to Governor’s desk
16 Oregon legislative employees become first in the nation to unionize
17 Irrigators say they plan to force open Klamath headgates and release water
18 All of Oregon’s public universities to require COVID-19 vaccinations or exemptions
19 Oregon lawmakers at odds over tolling negotiations
20 A bill looks to prioritize underrepresented student success in Oregon higher ed
21 ‘Dire’ staffing situation at Oregon State Hospital prompts call for National Guard to assist
22 Chances for big changes to Oregon’s mandatory prison sentence rules dwindle
23 Police in Oregon are searching cellphones daily and straining civil rights
24 Gov. Kate Brown vetoes bill allowing ‘lane splitting’ by Oregon motorcyclists
25 Oregon aims to shore up civics education with bill headed to Gov. Brown
26 Experts scrutinize Oregon’s troubled hazard tree removal project
27 Oregon’s big climate bill of 2021 generates little friction
28 OPB Presents Pandemic Playlists: Kathy Foster
29 ‘Crazy worms’ threaten America’s trees — and (gasp!) our maple syrup
30 In a State Divided by More Than the Cascades, Can Oregon's Flagship Public Radio Station Bridge the Gap?
31 Oregon senator faces recall effort because he didn’t flee from Capitol
32 After a brutal year, Kathy Foster wants us all to dance
33 Oregon’s face mask requirements to be drastically eased as COVID-19 threat wanes for most residents
34 Here is the latest Oregon news from The Associated Press at 1:40 am PDT
35 Oregon Senate Republican leader faces recall effort for not leading walkout
36 Vacation rentals are exacerbating the housing crisis on the Oregon Coast
37 OPB transforms its digital news offering with launch of new website
38 Oregon Public Broadcasting's Online Music Channel Will Cease Streaming Next Week
39 Portland official says controversial bust of York at Mount Tabor Park will be coming down
40 Joseph Canyon fire explodes in Northeast Oregon, Southeast Washington
41 Extreme Drought Hits Farmers Hard In Central Oregon County
42 Oregon lawmaker who opened state Capitol to far-right protesters faces criminal charges
43 Listen now: OPB’s ‘Class Of 2025’ podcast second season now available
44 Remembering Beth Hyams, longtime OPB host and a force for honesty, accuracy and high ethical standards
45 Oregon Senate approves making Juneteenth official state holiday
46 New eyewitness accounts: Feds didn’t identify themselves before firing on Portland antifa shooting suspect
47 A timber lobbyist called our investigation ‘completely bogus.’ We have the receipts to show it’s not.
48 Oregon’s plan to beat COVID-19, an illustrated guide
49 Oregon lawmakers reach deal to end delay tactics slowing session
50 Oregon community college fall term reopenings a ‘mixed bag’
51 Portland State University campus police to be fully unarmed by September
52 Work with us
53 How the Oregon truffle bends humans to its will
54 Students are building homes out of school buses for displaced wildfire victims
55 Oregon Sues Federal Agencies Over Protest Enforcement
56 Is all this sanitizing really helping?
57 Researchers say Oregon’s public university funding model has a gender bias
58 Here is the latest Oregon news from The Associated Press at 9:40 pm PDT
59 Here is the latest Washington news from The Associated Press at 11:40 am PDT
60 Podcast explores atonement and accountability inside the Oregon State Penitentiary
61 “Timber Wars” from Oregon Public Broadcasting wins McElheny Award for local science reporting
62 Science, interrupted: Oregon research threatened in a pandemic world
63 Bend police acknowledge canine name change after criticism from civil rights group
64 Protests unfold in Portland following killing of Minnesota man
65 Latest Oregon news, sports, business and entertainment at 9:20 pm PDT
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68 For all of OPB’s music, arts and culture coverage, visit
69 Sanditon on OPB Passport
70 Oregon higher ed task force would focus on underrepresented students
71 OPB launches new podcast 'Relative Fiction,' based on the award-winning graphic memoir by Nicole Georges
72 Oregon has plan to end ‘wishcycling’ once and for all
73 OPB welcomes veteran multimedia journalist Marcos Nájera as executive editor of new arts & culture reporting unit
74 Poet Ross Gay focuses on everyday delights
75 Gov. Brown backtracks on decision to shield COVID-19 details
76 ‘A culture of fear’: Staffers say Portland’s civic life office is anything but civil
77 How you can help neighbors, communities during this historic wildfire season
78 Far-right protesters disrupt Oregon Legislature special session
79 WOU students of color say they have hit roadblocks requesting a space of their own
80 Power outages causing problems for some OPB broadcasts
81 What a new robot could tell us about culture and the economy
82 State Rep. Mike Nearman sent $2,700 bill for damage from Oregon Capitol incursion
83 Oregon lawmakers consider alcohol tax increase
84 New study finds widespread reports of menstrual irregularities among Portland protesters
85 Oregon Tech faculty strike continues for its 8th day
86 Tigard officer who killed man has started new job amid criminal investigation
87 Investigating Oregon’s industrial logging industry
88 School librarians work to combat disinformation
89 Region’s first people play a key role in saving Oregon’s rocky coast
90 Possible COVID-19 exposure delays Oregon House amid ongoing gridlock
91 Finally, a red line: Lawmakers oust colleague who let insurrectionists into Oregon state Capitol
92 OPB Literary Arts: The Archive Project
93 Survey says disbelief, myths guide COVID-19 choices of many Oregonians
94 A lot rides on how Oregonians, businesses handle life after masking
95 More federal officers deploying to Portland as protests gain momentum
96 Officials investigating alleged arson targeting an Oregon law enforcement officer
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98 Fence will go back up around Portland courthouse, DHS says
99 Rogue Valley artist and poet join forces at Coos Art Museum
100 Oregon Humane Society receives 250 guinea pigs from overwhelmed owner