Connor Radnovich, Statesman Journal

Connor Radnovich

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Salem, OR, United States

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Recent articles by Connor:

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

A Q&A with Raquel Moore-Green, newly sworn in as Salem state representative

Raquel Moore-Green answers questions about the Republican walkout, Democrats' overreach, anti-vaxxers, Timber Unity and cap-and-trade legislation → Read More

Proposed restriction of food stamp eligibility raises ire of Oregon food groups

Oregon nonprofits that combat hunger criticized a proposal that could result in 3.1 million people losing SNAP benefits nationwide. → Read More

Analysts: Oregon GOP recall of Gov. Brown unlikely to succeed, could serve other goals

The Oregon Republican Party launched a bid to recall Democratic Gov. Kate Brown last week, which is unlikely to succeed, but could have other benefits. → Read More

Republican walkout came during perfect storm, sets stage for new political era

The seeds for the walkout were planted much earlier, and leadership believes it may have solidified a new era of politics in the Oregon Legislature. → Read More

In response to threats, Sen. Boquist must abide by conditions upon being in Capitol

A Senate committee placed restrictions on how Sen. Brian Boquist, R-Dallas, could enter the Capitol, stemming from threats he made several weeks ago. → Read More

Political theater overshadows policy; some fear Oregon's drift toward D.C. politics

After the gavels dropped Sunday, Democratic lawmakers left the Capitol having secured most of their top policy priorities — with one big exception. → Read More

Oregon Legislature nears adjournment on final day of 2019 session

With a stack of several dozen bills left to consider, the Oregon Legislature convened Sunday morning looking to complete its work before midnight. → Read More

Oregon GOP senators back from walkout; push begins to pass bills, adjourn Sunday

The Oregon Senate was able to establish a quorum Saturday for the first time in more than a week when Republican senators returned to a floor session. → Read More

GOP senators return to Capitol Saturday after 9-day walkout over carbon bill

Oregon's 11 Republican senators will return to the Capitol building Saturday morning after staging a walkout for more than a week. → Read More

Hundreds of loggers rally against HB 2020 as Republican senators remain missing

Hundreds of loggers rallied on the Capitol steps Thursday against a greenhouse gas emissions bill and in support of 11 absconded Republican senators. → Read More

Senate Republicans still absent Wednesday despite death of carbon bill

Oregon's 11 Republican senators were again absent from a scheduled Senate floor session Wednesday morning, marking the seventh day of their walkout. → Read More

Bill to cap greenhouse gas emissions dead in Senate; Republican senators still absent

Oregon's 11 Republican senators skipped a fifth consecutive Senate session Tuesday in an effort to prevent passage of a carbon cap-and-trade bill. → Read More

11 Oregon Republican senators have vanished, possibly having fled the state. Now 100 pieces of legislation are at risk of dying

Oregon Senate Republicans were once again absent from a scheduled Senate floor session Monday morning, the fourth day they have avoided the Capitol. → Read More

Oregon Legislature reconvenes, Republican senators still absent

Oregon Senate Republicans were once again absent from a scheduled Senate floor session Monday morning, the fourth day they have avoided the Capitol. → Read More

Oregon Senate prepares Sunday session, protesters gather at Capitol

The Oregon Senate holds a floor session Sunday without Republicans, one day after a session was canceled due to a credible threat from militia groups. → Read More

Oregon capitol shuts down after potential threat of militia violence

Plans for the Oregon Senate to meet Saturday were scrapped after Oregon State Police identified a potential threat from militia groups. → Read More