Special Reports

SOLUTIONS: Experiences elsewhere seek to quell abuse, providing lessons for Malheur County

Scott Miller, the Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs executive director at the Duluth Project in Minnesota says one key to solving domestic violence is changing the climate of tolerance for the crime. (Submitted photo).

[ EDITOR'S NOTE: This project was produced in partnership with the Solutions Journalism Network as part of the Enterprise's effort to take a fresh approach to reporting community issues. ]

A Malheur County man holds a screwdriver to his partner’s throat after sneaking up on her as she opens her car door.

Another man slaps his pregnant wife and then punches her, leaving her with a black eye . . .