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Measure 49 Supporters Hope to Fix Measure 37

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Evening News
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Thu, 08/09/2007

In this year's legislative session, the Oregon State Legislature was unable to come to an agreement on fixing Measure 37, a rural development bill which would drastically alter the Oregon landscape.  This November voters will have a chance with Measure 49 to change the impact of Measure 37. Supporters of Measure 49 say they will need a large turnout to get it passed.   KBOO's Stephanie Potter spoke with Ben Unger of the Yes on 49 campaign.

4:29 minutes (4.11 MB)

Climate convergence live

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Evening News
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Tue, 08/07/2007

TODAY BEGINS THE CONVERGENCE FOR CLIMATE ACTION, AN EVENT WHICH WILL LAST THROUGH THE WEEKEND TO PLAN ACTIONS TO TURN BACK GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE.
TAKING PLACE IN LONDON, WASHINGTON STATE AND NORTH CAROLINA, THE CAMPS ARE BRINGING CLIMATE CHANGE CAMPAIGNERS TOGETHER WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES FOR A WEEK OF EDUCATION, SUSTAINABLE LIVING AND DIRECT ACTION AGAINST THE ROOT CAUSES OF CLIMATE CHANGE.

2:44 minutes (2.5 MB)

norovirus outbreak

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Evening News
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Wed, 08/08/2007

For the past week Oregon State Hospital has been dealing with a viral outbreak affecting over 70 people from its staff and patients.  
The outbreak has been identified as the contagious norovirus.  The norovirus leads to stomach flu and other gastrointestinal illnesses.  
The illness is spread by contact with an infected person or bodily fluids, and most sufferers recover in a couple of days.  
At Oregon State Hospital, 3 wards have been quarantined in an attempt to get the outbreak under control.  
KBOO reporter Adam Johnson spoke with Richard O’Brien, an epidemiologist at the hospital:

2:13 minutes (2.03 MB)

Arizona mosque attack

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Evening News
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Wed, 08/08/2007

A chemical bomb was tossed from a car at a mosque in Glendale Arizona late last night.  Local police are considering the incident a possible hate crime.
The explosive device, made up of a swimming pool chemical and a reactant, was tossed by a passenger in a red car. 
It landed just feet from an Imam who is one of six Muslim religious leaders filing a lawsuit against U.S. Airways for being removed from an airplane in Minneapolis late last year.
The removal of the six imams had been mentioned on the national Fox News, in an incident of hate speech by a Fox News Correspondent. 
KBOO spoke with Mohammed Abu Hamoud, with the Council on American Islamic Relations, about the possible hate crime in Arizona:

1:17 minutes (1.18 MB)

free trade protest

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Evening News
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Wed, 08/08/2007

A protest is taking place right now in downtown Portland, as the U.S. trade representative pays a visit to the city. 
KBOO reporter Linda Olson-Osterlund is live on the scene.  She joins us now by phone.
 Linda, are you there?

4:09 minutes (3.8 MB)

Healthy kids plan in oregon legislature

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Evening News
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Wed, 08/08/2007

A protest is taking place right now in downtown Portland, as the U.S. trade representative pays a visit to the city. 
KBOO reporter Linda Olson-Osterlund is live on the scene.  She joins us now by phone.

1:02 minutes (968.62 KB)

Youth peace tour

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Evening News
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Wed, 08/08/2007

A group of teen peacemakers are in Portland today to celebrate and honor local peacemakers. 
Tonight the group will be presenting at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church – Community Center, Between NE 8th & 9th just South of Alberta at 6:30 pm.
KBOO Reporter Kurt Ackerson spoke with the director of the program, and several of the youth involved:

4:21 minutes (3.98 MB)

Our backyard

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Evening News
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Tue, 08/07/2007

And now, another edition of the local environmental series, Our Backyard with K-BOO’s Edison Carder.

4:33 minutes (4.17 MB)

Department of peace city council

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Evening News
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Tue, 08/07/2007

Today the Portland City Council unanimously voted in favor of a resolution calling for a Federal Department of Peace.
A number of local residents spoke in favor of the resolution at this morning’s City Council meeting.
The following are statements from Kathleen Pequeno (pay-KAY-ne-yo), Martha Perez, and Lynn Mystic Healer:

3:39 minutes (3.35 MB)

chicago health workers stifled in forming a union

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Evening News
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Mon, 08/06/2007

Health care workers around the country have been struggling to form unions, facing off against private health care companies that care little about living wages and benefits.
Workers Independent News brings us this report about one group of workers trying to unionize in Chicago:

2:57 minutes (2.71 MB)

 

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