News & Events
The national event aims to shine a light on individuals impacted by the criminal legal system.
Stephanie Gehring on the importance of courtroom reporters and stenographers and why the shift toward digital recordings matters.
State courts cut budgets by using digital recordings instead of live reporters—risking relitigation of cases.
Justice means jail, federal means fenced, and parks used to be single-sex.
'Murder in Oregon' asks who really killed the state’s former corrections department chief.
The Oregon Woman: No Shelter
A dispatch from Cave Junction.
The Oregon Woman: The Chief
The 41-year-old talks racial tensions, raising two sons, and doughnuts.
When Kenneth Medenbach joined the Malheur takeover, he had years of experience battling the federal government.
From body cameras to the 48-hour rule, we break it down.
Make no mistake: we’re part of the world’s poaching and smuggling epidemic. Meet the Portland investigator battling it.
A radical vision of the Constitution and who really owns public lands will be with us for a long time.
Federal appellate judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain is a respected—and controversial—voice of the judicial right.
Portland's top federal prosecutor pursues elusive sex traffickers.
As a teenager, David Pedersen went to prison after robbing two coffee stands. At 30, he got out—and went on a killing spree. This story examines his history in Oregon’s courts and prisons.
Nothing But the Truth
Anna Sachse went into jury duty with visions of Law and Order, excited to be a part of the judicial system. She left with a much different vision: our system needs help.