KEPW News Weekly – Episode #99

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Dan Pilju showed up at The People’s Forum and discussed his Green Party candidacy for US Senate. Members of the public speak out about police violence against protesters. STAR Voting lets voters better express their opinions by rating all the candidates on a scale of 0-5. The New … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #98

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: The Lived Experience Advisory Group for Unhoused Engagement (LEAGUE) is an advisory group to the Lane County Poverty and Homelessness Board, and is made up of people who have actually experienced being unhoused. Elemental, a new documentary, benefits Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics, and Ecology. The FBI may … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #97

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Archimoto offers an update to stakeholders during a recent webinar. A prosecutor seeks eight years in prison and a terrorism enhancement for Dakota Access Pipeline saboteur Ruby Montoya. These episodes are also broadcast on KEPW 97.3 FM in Eugene, Oregon on Mondays at 6am and 1:30pm and repeating … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #96

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Ahead of the election for governor, many Oregon State agencies are experiencing change and loss. The New Era Convergence will explore solidarity and unity in social movements. St. Vincent de Paul shares plans for a transitional housing development in South Eugene. Lane County opens a new 75 bed … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #95

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Newly implemented middle housing child lots may not live up to their full potential in Eugene. Measure 114 will attempt to reduce gun violence on the November ballot. A legal attack on the Indian Child Welfare Act may threaten Native sovereignty. We discuss the summer concert schedule for … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #94

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: After years of work, Eugene City Planners move on to the adoption phase for the River Road and Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan. Divest Oregon is pushing for the State of Oregon to move public funds out of fossil fuel investments. Homes For Good has 50 affordable housing program … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #93

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Obie Companies plans a 7-story housing development in the Fifth Street Market District. Unhoused advocates discuss the future of funding for local projects. The New Era Convergence works to envision the world we want. Dam removals is needed to prevent the extinction of Lower Snake River salmonids. The … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #92

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: The President of McKenzie Watershed Protective discusses dangers to our local water supply. Emergency Preparedness volunteers offer tips to help with severe heat. Community members memorialize affordable housing activist Cliff Gray. Senator Ron Wyden speaks about the Oregon 22 track and field event. Ready Southeast preparedness committee coordinator … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #91

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Double Sided Media offers advice to journalists covering protests. The City of Eugene asks if EWEB can support its ambitious plans for electrification. A new report suggests that excessive corporate profits are driving inflation more than the increase of wages as is commonly thought. Local advocates for the … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #90

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: The League of Women Voters shares the Bill of Rights. The March Against Fear rallied residents against the threat of domestic terrorism. A mistrial is declared in a ‘Stop The Sweeps’ case. Senator Ron Wyden warns about government threats to privacy. Members of the Neighborhood Leaders Council want … Read more