Bradley W. Parks
Bradley W. Parks is a daily digital producer at Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Previously, Bradley was a reporter for the Zanesville Times Recorder in Zanesville, Ohio, where he covered education. Prior to that he served as a statehouse corespondent in Columbus, Ohio. He also covered sports for four years during college, and has worked in digital, radio, TV, newspapers and magazines.
Bradley graduated cum laude from Ohio University with a degree in journalism and an African Studies certificate.
When he's not at work, Bradley is busy running in marathons and triathlons, and plans to someday compete in the Boston Marathon. Fun fact: He has been known to run barefoot — on trails and streets.
local | NW Life | EnvironmentOPB | March 18, 2017 9:05 a.m. | Bend, Oregon
OPB members and guests from around Central Oregon said goodbye to "Oregon Field Guide" host Steve Amen, who is retiring after 28 years on the show.
Both shootings involved suspects carrying replica firearms. The shootings left one black teenager dead and a 56-year-old white man recovering from gunshot wounds.
As Donald Trump takes office, protesters who made national news in the fall will be back in Portland streets to loudly proclaim he is still "not their president."
local | NW Life | News | EnvironmentOPB | Jan. 14, 2017 5:43 p.m. | Portland
Temperatures are expected to increase for much of Oregon at the start of the week, but heavy rains mixed with snowmelt opens the door to possible flooding.
More snow and freezing rain forecast for much of western Oregon Sunday, creating hazardous driving conditions this weekend.
The National Weather Service forecasts anywhere from 1/2 inch to 3 inches of snow for the valley with higher accumulation in the mountains.
Business | local | Land | Environment | Nation | News | Water | History | Politics | NW Life | Election | Health | 2016: The Year In ReviewOPB | Dec. 21, 2016 2:30 p.m. | Portland
OPB looks back at the stories that defined 2016 in Oregon, Southwest Washington and the United States.
A small group of protesters convened in downtown Portland for a fifth consecutive night following the election of Donald Trump.
Police say a motorist exited his vehicle and fired multiple shots, injuring a man following a confrontation with protesters on the bridge.
Election | local | News | Election 2016OPB | Nov. 10, 2016 6:45 p.m.
Thousands of protesters moved through the streets of downtown Portland on Thursday night to speak out on a wide range of issues, including the election of Donald Trump.
The defense proclaimed a victory for rural America. Occupation opponents dubbed it a bad loss for the prosecution. And supporters of other movements wondered aloud about the meaning of justice.
The acquittal of seven occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge left supporters outside the federal courthouse in Portland elated. But many people are asking: What's next?
Closing arguments began Tuesday for the seven defendants who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge earlier this year.
Protesters packed up their camp in front of Mayor Charlie Hales' house after weeks of sustained protests over the city's new labor agreement with Portland's police union.
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