Reporter and Producer
Conrad Wilson is a reporter and producer for Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Prior to coming to OPB, he was a reporter at Minnesota Public Radio. Before that he ran the news department at an NPR affiliate in Colorado. His work has aired on Marketplace and NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered. He has also written for Mashable, The Oregonian, Business Week, City Pages and The Christian Science Monitor.
Conrad earned a degree in international political economics and journalism from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Conrad is an avid photographer and loves spending time in the snow or on a trail.
A woman who reported being physically assaulted by a white supremacist a day before he stabbed three people on a MAX train is questioning why police didn't arrest him after her attack.
In 2010, Brandon Dixon committed several armed robberies.
Mayor Ted Wheeler's pick for police chief, Danielle Outlaw, comes to Portland after 19 years with the Oakland Police Department. Since 2013, she served as a deputy chief.
City Council members unanimously voted to require Portland police officers who use deadly force to give a statement to internal affairs within 48 hours of the event.
Mayor Ted Wheeler offered the position to Danielle Outlaw, 41, a deputy chief in the Oakland Police Department.
U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown sentenced Malheur refuge occupation defendant Travis Cox on Monday to two months of home detention and two years of probation.
The Portland City Council began considering three ordinances at its meeting Thursday that could change the way the Portland Police Bureau operates.
A piece of metal lodged in Malheur occupation leader Ryan Bundy’s shoulder could be a key piece of evidence in the case against an FBI agent accused of misconduct in a shooting.
Extreme heat is still expected to blanket the Willamette Valley the rest of this week, but it may be just shy of record breaking.
Portland leaders say the proposed development — in the historic heart of the city's African American community — will foster affordable housing and returning businesses.
The Portland Mayor's Office released a list Friday of community members involved in the city's next search for police chief.
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The mayor is expected to file an ordinance Friday that would compel officers to be interviewed within 48-hours of a deadly force incident.
A new Portland Police Bureau policy governing how it conducts internal affairs investigations after an officer uses deadly force is drawing strong resistance from some community members.
Interviews for the Portland Police Bureau's next chief are set to continue this week. Six candidates remain, including current chief, Mike Marshman.
A Portland man accused of killing two men and injuring a third on a TriMet MAX train this spring appeared in court Tuesday morning.
Police reform groups worry changes to police contracts could add days or weeks to the time it takes an officer to make an official report.
Indicted FBI Hostage Rescue Team member Joseph Astarita has retained attorney Robert Cary, who is well known for his defense of former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens.
The city of Portland has joined Seattle’s lawsuit over the Trump administration’s executive order targeting sanctuary cities.
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