Rachael McDonald

Eugene City Council Considers DACA Fund

The Eugene Human Rights Commission will ask the City Council to provide a $10,000 dollar scholarship fund to help pay renewal costs for DACA recipients who live in Eugene.

Read More

Russian Hackers Targeted Washington, Oregon Election Systems In 2016

Russian hackers attempted to penetrate Washington and Oregon’s voter registration systems last year. Top elections officials in both states received that confirmation Friday from the Department of Homeland Security.

Read More
Photo by Eric Alan

Martyn Joseph, Live in the KLCC Studios

Welsh singer/songwriter Martyn Joseph has 32 albums to his credit over the past three decades, including his most recent one, Sanctuary. Lately, he’s also founded a non-profit organization called “Let Yourself Trust,” been nominated for “Hardest Working Artist” in the UK’s Independent Music Awards, and written music for Parliament’s “Sweet Liberties” project, celebrating 800 years of British democracy.

Read More

Even when things aren't going your way, there's chocolate: a universal balm if ever there was one. While cacao beans –– the precursor of a chocolate bar –– grow in many places, one country where you can find superb specimens is Venezuela.

A federal judge has sentenced disgraced former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner to 21 months in prison for sending obscene messages to a 15-year-old girl last year.

The sexting case played a role in the 2016 presidential election. Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, who has filed for divorce, was a top aide to Hillary Clinton.

The victim of a high school shooting outside Spokane was memorialized over the weekend. At the same time, his friends and neighbors remembered him at a big event that is important to the small community of Freeman, Washington. 

This essay is one in a series celebrating deserving artists or albums not included on NPR Music's list of 150 Greatest Albums By Women.

Berliners have voted to keep the centrally located Tegel Airport open, in a nonbinding referendum that has starkly divided the city.

The margin of victory in Sunday's vote was narrow, with 56 percent of voters supporting the plan. Tegel was built during the Cold War, when Berlin was a divided city, and has been scheduled to close after the opening of a new international airport called Berlin Brandenburg, farther from the city center.

University of Oregon

Classes start Monday at the University of Oregon. The incoming class is expected to include about 5,100 freshmen and transfer students.

Recorded on: September 22, 2017

Air Date: September 25, 2017

Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

We are tracking reports that the latest Republican health care bill is changing. The bill is aimed at repealing the Affordable Care Act.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Pages

KLCC Turns 50!

Enjoy our Anniversary Video & Road Trip Series!

Borders, Migration and Belonging

A KLCC Monthly Series

Turn your clunker into programming! Donate your vehicle to KLCC.

Get the Free KLCC App

For iPhone, Android or iPad

KLCC Interviews, Performances, Features, Reviews

For your convenience... Calendar Options, Government Links, Emergency Resources, Local Resources, Venues, Tickets & More

KLCC is a Service of Lane Community College