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Evening News on 01/27/15

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KBOO Evening News 1/22/15

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Top stories tonight on the KBOO Evening News:
 
:> The U-S Department of Justice has decided not to pursue civil rights charges against Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, last August.
 
:> Portland Copwatch has released an updated version of their list of incidents where law enforcement used deadly force in Oregon since 2010.
It’s a task that should be performed by the state Attorney General’s office, but isn’t.
 
:> A so-called “net neutrality” bill introduced to Congress by Republican legislators yesterday has received support from the telecommunications industry, but some commentators remain skeptical.

Evening News 1.21.15

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Evening News on 12/15/14

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Evening News on 12/12/14

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Evening News on 12/11/14

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Tonight on the KBOO Evening News:

The Portland Housing Bureau will not reach its goals for affordable housing in the South Waterfront district.

Protesters have gathered at the Franz bread factory in inner northeast Portland to oppose the sweep of houseless campers from nearby sidewalks.

We'll hear a live report from a rally outside of a public hearing in Medford on the proposed Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal at Jordan Cove

Evening News on 12/10/14

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Evening News on 12/09/14

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Correctional Officer Who Beat Prisoner Not Indicted

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Wed, 04/30/2008

 

A Portland correctional officer who allegedly beat a prisoner, then bragged about it online will not be indicted or charged, said the  District Attorney's office today.

KBOO's Jacob Anderson-Minshall has more

 

Sauvie Island Bridge Relocation: Pros and Cons

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Tue, 04/29/2008

 

This afternoon, the Portland City Council debated reusing the old Sauvie Island bridge as a new bicycle bridge over I-405.

KBOO’s Andy Seaton has the report.

 

BLM Rejects Mining on Mt. St. Helens

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Tue, 04/29/2008

 

Today the Oregon Bureau of Land Management, rejected the hardrock lease application for a site near Mount St. Helens.

According to the BLM, an Environmental Assessment conducted in 2007 was unclear in its findings, and that the mining could result in mineral development exceeding what is allowed on federal land.

The BLM had originally filed a finding of "No Significant Impact" of the proposed hardrock mining activity, but after a period of public comment and review, decided not to allow the project to go forward.               

Julia DeGraw is with the Gifford-Pinchot Task Force, a non-profit group focused on protecting the National forest surrounding Mount Saint Helens:

 

Homeless Activists Call Attention to Bridge Sweeps at City Hall

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Mon, 04/28/2008

 

Twenty-seven homeless people sat down out side city hall last night, and they say they plan to stay there until city government finds somewhere for them to live.

The sit-in was started last Friday as a protest against the bridge sweeps being conducted by Portland police.

The areas under the Steel and Burnside bridges have long been among the few safe places for the homeless to sleep, but recent harassment by Portland police and private security has driven many of them out.

           KBOO’s Kyle Burris went to the Sit-in, and brings us this collection of voices recorded this afternoon:

That was Kyle Burress from outside City Hall where a Homeless Sit-In is ongoing.

 

 

 

 

Supreme Court Upholds Indiana Restrictive Voter ID Laws

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Mon, 04/28/2008

 

The US Supreme Court voted yesterday to uphold the state of Indiana's restrictive voter ID laws.

KBOO's Jenka Soderberg spoke with Justin Levitt, with the Brennan Center for Justice, and the author of a report entitled "The Truth About Voter Fraud":

 

Grain Supply Shortage and Possible Biofuel Moratorium

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Mon, 04/28/2008

 

A call from agricultural researchers today could lead to a five year moratorium on Biofuel production.

Citing concerns about nations halting the exportation of rice and grains the researchers are saying that biofuel production may be the cause.

KBOO’s Michael Ianello has more.

 

Palestinian Children's Advocate Dead in Texas: Update on Riad Hamad

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Sun, 04/27/2008

Riad Hamad was an outspoken advocate for the rights of the Palestinian people, and the founder of the Palestinian Children's Welfare Fund. He spent his own money from his salary as a teacher to send shipments of school supplies and medicine to children in Palestinian refugee camps. Despite the fact that Hamad's body was found bound and gagged, police have declared his death a suicide. James Mason is with the Austin Police Department. Less than a month before his death, Hamad emailed friends saying that the FBI had raided his home and taken more than fifty boxes. He also reported receiving death threats by phone around the same time. Eric Vasys is a representative of the local branch of the FBI: Although local law enforcement appears to have little interest in the circumstances surrounding Hamad's death, others in the community, including the Director of the Islamic Center of Greater Austin, Dr. Ibrahim Dremali, have questioned the official line that the death was a suicide. Dremali told an Austin radio station that police did not call the Islamic Center, as they normally do when a Muslim is killed or found dead, in order to ensure that proper burial rituals are followed. In this case, Dremali said, police conducted a full autopsy without the family's consent, before he, as the head of the mosque, was allowed access to the body. Dremali said that the body was in terrible shape - bruised and cut all over, and that the back of the skull had been bashed in, and the brain removed. If it turns out that Hamad was indeed assassinated for his support of the Palestinian cause, he would not be the first to be killed in the US for that reason. The Jewish Defense League, or JDL, has been listed as a terrorist group by the US government since the 1970s, when the group bombed the office of impresario Sol Hurok, killing his receptionist. The next year, Jerome Zeller, an American JDL member, was indicted on charges of planting the bomb at Hurok’s office. He moved to Israel to escape prosecution, and when the US government attempted extradition, he was told by the Israelis that Zeller was considered a 'national hero', and they would not agree to his extradition. Zeller was later reported living in the occupied West Bank among militant settlers. In 1985, the JDL was found to be responsible for the murder of Alex Odeh, 37, regional director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. I asked Eric Vasys of the Texas branch of the FBI if they had considered the possibility of JDL involvement, especially considering the death threats that Hamad had received: For KBOO News, I'm Jenka Soderberg.

Underpublicized Update on Palestinian Children's Deaths

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Sun, 04/27/2008

 

KBOO Reporter Saed Bannoura brings us the latest news from the occupied territories of Palestine:

 

Environmental Chemicals and Obesity Connection

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Thu, 04/24/2008

Recent research is connecting chemical exposures to the rising rates of obesity.                

In a forum sponsored by the Oregon Environmental Council, Bruce Blumberg, Associate professor of development and cell biology, visited portland to discuss his research on the subject.

Increasing numbers of studies suggest that minute exposures to certain chemicals can pre-program  children to be obesity-prone from birth.  These chemicals, known as obesogens  interfere with gene expression at critical times in development.

Blumburg spoke on how our hormones affect how we gain weight and specific chemicals being identified to affect these hormones.

  That was Bruce Blumberg speaking on obesity caused by exposure to chemicals.

Blumberg was speaking as part of the Oregon Environmental Council’s Healthy Environment Forum series, which aims to link some of Oregon’s most difficult environmental and health challenges.  

Politics Censor EPA Scientists' Work

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Thu, 04/24/2008

 

The Union of Concerned Scientists released a report today about the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA.

 The report found that scientists employed with the EPA are finding it more and more difficult to do their jobs without political interference.

KBOO's Jenka Soderberg spoke with Tim Donaghy , a co-author of the report:

 

 

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