Politics 'Your Voice Your Vote': One-on-one with Gov. Brown 'Your Voice Your Vote': One-on-one with Gov. Brown (Video)
Gov. Kate Brown talks with On Your Side Investigator Chelsea Kopta at the Capitol about the three ways she plans to bring accountability back to the governor's office, in our first one-on-one interview with the governor.

Plus, why did Oregon state Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward drop her vaccine mandate bill? Our panel of Salem journalists analyze the sudden about-face.
Politics 'Your Voice Your Vote': The future of Oregon Republican Party 'Your Voice Your Vote': The future of Oregon Republican Party (Video)
The struggles of being red in a blue state. New state Republican party chair Bill Currier, Rep. Bill Post, R-Keizer, and Republican former state Rep. Scott Bruun talk with Steve Dunn about the party's new strategy to end the Democrat's domination of statewide elections in Oregon.
Politics 'Your Voice, Your Vote': The Kitzhaber saga continues 'Your Voice, Your Vote': The Kitzhaber saga continues (Video)
Nigel Jaquiss, a reporter at KATU’s news partners at Willamette Week, and KATU’s Hillary Lake join host Steve Dunn to discuss the lawsuits surrounding Oregon’s failed Cover Oregon, those personal emails Kitzhaber’s office asked to be deleted from state servers and the investigations into him and his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes.
Politics 'Your Voice, Your Vote': Kitzhaber resigns 'Your Voice, Your Vote': Kitzhaber resigns (Video)
State Rep. Julie Parrish, R-West Linn, former Oregon state representatives Jefferson Smith and Patrick Sheehan, and political science professor at Reed College Paul Gronke, join host Steve Dunn to analyze the historic resignation announcement of Gov. John Kitzhaber amid an ethics scandal involving his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes.
Politics WW's Jaquiss: Indications are there that Kitzhaber will resign WW's Jaquiss: Indications are there that Kitzhaber will resign (Video)
Nigel Jaquiss, the reporter at KATU’s news partners at Willamette Week, who has broken many of the stories uncovering the allegations of influence peddling inside the office of John Kitzhaber, said “it is an extremely real possibility” that the governor will resign.