'Me Siento Nervioso': Cuando La Escuela Se Convierte En Santuario

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Niñas y niños latinos están preocupados por lo que podría pasarle a sus familias a raíz de la dura retórica de parte autoridades federales sobre la inmigración ilegal. 

Vera Katz's Son Reflects On Legacy Of 'An Early Feminist And Barrier Breaker'

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The son of former Portland Mayor Vera Katz reflects on her life and legacy. 

A School District Dilemma: How To Transform, While Rebuilding Trust

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Superintendent Guerrero faces a big task: transform numerous aspects of Portland Public Schools while rebuilding trust.

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Oregon Rep. Kurt Schrader Casts A Rare Democratic Vote For Concealed Carry Gun Bill

Rep. Kurt Schrader of Oregon was one of just six Democrats voting Wednesday for a bill that would allow people with concealed handgun licenses to carry in all states.

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Oregon Congressman Greg Walden Is Now Off Conference Committee On Tax-Cut Bill

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Oregon, is being replaced on the tax bill conference committee by Rep. Fred Upton, R-Michigan.

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Oregon Sending Help To Battle Growing Southern California Fires

Strike teams from across Oregon are en route to Southern California where a series of fast-moving fires continue to rip through the Los Angeles area.

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In Tussle Over Federal Dollars, Oregon Says It's Following Immigration Law

In a letter sent Tuesday, Oregon sought to assure the federal government that the state is in compliance with federal immigration laws.

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'It's OK To Be White' Posters Reappear At Vancouver's Clark College

Posters reading “It’s OK to be white” have repeatedly appeared at a community college campus in Vancouver, Washington. Clark College is holding a series of town halls this week to address the incidents.

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In Lieu Of Paris Agreement, Mayor Wheeler Joins Other Cities In Signing Climate Charter

Portland joins a list of cities and states across the country that are acting in direct contrast to the Trump administration on federal matters like climate change.

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Oregon Graduation Rate Remains Near National Basement

Like a year ago, Oregon’s graduation rate is better than only two states – Nevada and New Mexico, as well as Washington, D.C.

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Report Describes 'Psychologically Harmful Conditions' For Kids At NORCOR Juvenile Detention Center

Kids held at the NORCOR juvenile detention center in The Dalles endure psychologically harmful conditions — according to a new report from Disability Rights Oregon.

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Oregonians Wait To Hear Fate Of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

President Trump says he is significantly shrinking two national monuments in Utah. Two other monuments are on the chopping block as well – including Oregon’s Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.

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Oregon Continues Spending To Revive Career Education Programs

Oregon's career technical education grant program has grown substantially since a 2011 pilot of $1.8 million.


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