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Protests over Floyd killing go global, as U.S. demonstrations focus on multiple recent victims of alleged lethal police misconduct.

2020Talks - June 1, 2020 


Protests continued over the weekend in police killing of George Floyd, with law enforcement in some cities using force against demonstrators. Former VP Joe Biden urged against violence.

Public News Service - OR: Salmon Recovery

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - One of the parties in the negotiations for the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA) officially left the table this week and joined ten other organizations to propose an alternative agreement. The Northcoast Environmental Center (NEC) is now part of the new Klamath

PPORTLAND, Ore. - Salmon, bull trout, leatherback sea turtles and Canada lynx are the Oregon "residents" on a new list of "America's Hottest Species." They are already considered endangered and will inch closer to extinction if climate change worsens, according to the Endangered Species Coalition an

PORTLAND, Ore. - Years of debate about how to restore endangered Northwest salmon and steelhead may be coming to a close, depending on what happens today in a Portland courtroom. Federal Judge James Redden will hear the U.S. government's reasoning behind its most recent fish recovery plan, and plan

MADRAS, Ore. - Just in time for Halloween, a wilderness area named "Coffin Rock" is being pitched to Congress in Central Oregon, just north of Madras, as part of a proposed land swap between a Christian youth camp and the Bureau of Land Management. The deal would make it easier for the public to get

BONNEVILLE, ORE. - It's looking like a good year for Northwest salmon - at least, for hatchery fish. So good, that the Oregon Food Bank network will benefit from some of the catch. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife sells some Columbia River hatchery fish to a processor in Bellingham, Washin

MEDFORD, Ore. - If it is possible to have a timber industry that keeps people employed and also respects the environment and protects endangered species, the U.S. Interior Department says it can happen in Western Oregon. Managers of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Fish and Wildlife Service s

Seattle, WA - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is in the Northwest today, where he promises a major policy address about the future of the U.S. Forest Service. There is speculation he will move forward with making the "roadless rule" a federal priority, and also speak to the agency's critical budge

PORTLAND, Ore. - Since U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar tossed out the Western Oregon Plan Revision (WOPR) in July, there are questions about which timber sales will be allowed to proceed on federal land in 16 Oregon counties. Recently, Interior Department staffers came to Oregon to check out so

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