RESIDENTS STILL DEALING WITH AFTERMATH OF FLORENCE AS MICHAEL APPROACHES
Even as Hurricane Michael promises to inundate the eastern seaboard,
residents in parts of North Carolina continue to struggle with the aftermath
of Hurricane Florence last month.
KBOO reporter ...
The State of Oregon is partnering with school districts and education service
districts across the state to reduce chronic student absenteeism. Chronic
Absenteeism is different from traditional concepts like truancy or
delinquency, and aims to capture all absences from a...
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the crash of United Airlines Flight
173, in an empty lot near the corner of Portland’s Northeast 157th Avenue
and East Burnside, just about 9 miles from where we are now in our KBOO
Our News In Depth guest Julie Whipple not ...
The concept of streamlining has fascinated people for generations. Beginning
in the 1930s and extending until the outbreak of the World War II, automotive
designers embraced the challenge of styling and building truly streamlined
cars that were fast and fuel-efficient. T...
Gregory Pardlo's father was a brilliant and charismatic man--a leading labor
organizer who presided over a happy suburban family of four. But when he
loses his job following the famous air traffic controllers' strike of 1981,
he succumbs to addiction and exhausts the fam...
Denise Morris hosts this episode of The Old Mole which includes
Bill Resnick Interviews organizer Joanna Misnick on electoral politics and
what is to be done.
In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled against the state
of California in NIFLA v. Becer...
Celebrating all things Pedalpalooza!
Tune in after the Silent Ride . . .
Facebook Event for this
Portlanders for Parking Reform (PPR) is a grassroots advocacy group focused
on implementing progressive parking policies to encourage more affordable
housing, increase use of alternative transportation modes, and take action on
climate change. Policy victories have inclu...
KBOO News speaks with Sullivan's Gulch resident Roberta Larch on the subject
of parking in one of Portland’s older neighborhoods, which is feeling the
pressures of new development and city zoning plans.