Connor Radnovich, Statesman Journal

Connor Radnovich

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Salem, OR, United States

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Recent articles by Connor:

Oregon's median household income surpasses US median for first time in 40 years

Oregon's median household income is higher than the median household in the United States for the first time since 1979, according to the newest quarterly economic and revenue forecast. → Read More

Urban League CEO Nkenge Harmon Johnson to seek Salem Senate seat

The president and CEO of the Urban League of Portland forms a PAC with the intent to challenge Denyc Boles for Salem's state Senate seat. → Read More

Established warming shelter system expands, gets additional funding

Warming shelters in Salem have evolved over the past two years from a patchwork of volunteerism and rotating shelters to an established program. → Read More

Salem's warming shelters serving homeless scramble to open early for cold snap

An unexpected cold snap this week sent Salem's warming shelters scrambling to open early for homeless as overnight lows head into the mid-20s. → Read More

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown creates council to address severe mental illness

A committee formed by Gov. Kate Brown is tackling the state's behavioral health care system with the goal of improving access to services. → Read More

Gov. Kate Brown assembles committee to address health care costs

Health care costs are rising in Oregon faster than in other states, and Tuesday Gov. Kate Brown tasked a panel with controlling those costs. → Read More

GOP recall petition for Oregon Gov. Kate Brown misses deadline to submit signatures

A statewide effort will not move forward after a campaign by the Oregon Republican Party failed to gather the needed 280,050 signatures by Monday. → Read More

Oregon public record fees too high, create barrier to requests, state advocate says

Public records in Oregon are unnecessarily difficult to access, but there are steps the state can take to improve how its public records law works. → Read More

Independence for Oregon public records advocate sought in legislative proposal

The Public Records Advisory Council agreed on a legislative plan Tuesday to insulate Oregon's public records advocate from political pressure. → Read More

Oregon Legislature expands public records exemptions as committee tries to limit them

A legislative proposal is scheduled for consideration this week that would remove the Oregon public records advocate from the governor's purview. → Read More

Court of Appeals: Agency director not fired for whistleblowing

The former chief executive of the Oregon Travel Experience was not wrongfully terminated for whistleblowing, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled. → Read More

Gun storage initiative petition takes next step toward 2020 Oregon ballot

Advocates for stricter gun control laws have a message for Oregon lawmakers: pass gun storage legislation in 2020, or they will take it to voters. → Read More

Misha Isaak declines appointment to court after allegations of improper influence

Gov. Kate Brown's former counsel passes on an appeals court appointment over allegations he tried to influence the public records advocate's work. → Read More

Sen. Jackie Winters memorial scheduled in Portland later this month

A memorial for Salem's late Sen. Jackie Winters is scheduled to be held later this month in Portland and the public is being encouraged to attend. → Read More

Missing man found after one week lost in woods, survived on berries, leaves

A California man missing in southwest Polk County was found Monday dehydrated but alert after surviving for nearly a week eating leaves and berries. → Read More

Oregon GOP: Governor Brown recall on track to meet signature deadline

An effort to recall Democrat Gov. Kate Brown by Oregon Republicans is on track to get enough signatures to potentially send it to voters in November. → Read More

Crash closes one lane of Highway 22 westbound, long delays expected

One lane of Highway 22 westbound is closed starting 2 miles east of Salem following a crash involving a vehicle pulling a trailer. → Read More

Hydraulic oil spilled into Pringle Creek and Willamette Slough after deconstruction mishap

A contractor deconstructing the old Boise Cascade site spilled 40-50 gallons of hydraulic oil on Saturday, some of which flowed into Pringle Creek. → Read More

Woman dead, man injured following shooting near Salem bar

One woman is dead and another man is in the hospital following a shooting outside a bar in northeast Salem early Sunday morning. → Read More

Fishing for Energy salvages lost, discarded ocean fishing gear to save sea life

Fishing for Energy, a national program to salvage lost or discarded ocean fishing gear, celebrated its 10th anniversary this week in Oregon. → Read More