Local News

Local and newscasts air throughout the day.  This list is approximate and may vary slightly.

KPBX

Sunday:
7:35am-7:40am
8:35am-8:39am
9:34am-9:39am

M,T,Th,F:
6:35am-6:40am
7:35am-7:40am
8:35am-8:40am

Wednesday:
6:35am-6:40am
8:35am-8:40am

KSFC

Monday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
4:00pm-4:06pm
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm

Tuesday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
4:04pm-4:06pm
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm

Wednesday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm

Thursday:
6:06am-6:10am
7:06am-7:10am
4:04pm-4:06pm
5:00pm-5:06pm
6:44pm-6:50pm
 

 

A bipartisan group of Oregon lawmakers unveiled a proposal on Friday to reel in state spending during the upcoming budget cycle. The plan calls for a two-year hiring freeze on "non-essential positions."

Washington Governor Jay Inslee will call state lawmakers back into special session starting Monday. The Democrat’s announcement Friday came as budget negotiations remained stalled with the regular session scheduled to end on Sunday.

The state of Oregon has announced a new round of taxpayer-funded grants to help schools and other public buildings better withstand a major earthquake.

Washington state legislators appear to have bought extra time for travelers who use a standard driver's license to pass through airport security. The Oregon Legislature is plodding down a similar path to make identity card security upgrades demanded by the federal government.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee will likely call lawmakers back into special session on Monday. This comes as the clock runs out on the 105-day regular session without a budget deal--or agreement on school funding.

That’s led to plenty of finger-pointing at the Capitol.  

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