Anna Griffin is the news director for Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Before OPB, Anna spent 11 years as a reporter and editor at The Oregonian and 10 years as a reporter at the Charlotte Observer. She served as a 2011-12 Nieman fellow at Harvard University.
Anna graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She minored in screaming about the college basketball team.
When she's not at work, Anna is busy raising her two children and wondering what the concept of "free time" actually means.
Six members of Oregon’s congressional delegation — all Democrats — want assurances that federal immigration agents will not target DACA recipients for arrest and possible deportation.
OPB is asking people across the Pacific Northwest to talk about the role race plays in their daily lives. In this installment, a woman of Japanese descent who recently learned a stark lesson about her own unconscious attitudes toward what it means to be an American.
OPB is asking people in the Pacific Northwest to talk about the role race plays in their daily lives. In this installment, a man whose experiences around the world give him a unique perspective on America’s debates about race.
Douglas County officials say they have completed their investigation into the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College two years ago – and they will not file criminal charges against anyone.
Portland leaders have agreed to pay police command staff more money to live within city limits.
A Portland woman says the young hikers suspected of starting a fire now consuming the Columbia River Gorge giggled as one threw a firecracker into Eagle Creek Canyon.
While Congress continues to negotiate rolling back the Affordable Care Act, Oregon lawmakers are going the other way.
News | Environment | Politics | localOPB | July 3, 2017 9:33 a.m.
Oregon state leaders want to use $100 million in state bonds to help keep the Elliott State Forest in public hands.
Portland can no longer avoid treating its water for a deadly parasite and the Washington Legislature is in overtime as a government shutdown looms in the not-so-distant future.
OPB is asking people across the Pacific Northwest to talk about the role race plays in their lives. Today, a Washington County woman with a unique perspective on today’s immigration debates.
A bill allowing Portland to lower the speed limit on some residential streets is headed for the Oregon Senate.
OPB is asking people across the Pacific Northwest to talk about the role race plays in their lives. In the next installment, a California native whose sense of racial identity changes depending on where she lives.
We get an update on some familiar themes — Republicans in Congress voting on a health care bill, a Portland protest that turned into a riot, and talk about corporate taxes in the Oregon Legislature.
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