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It’s an exit sign. On Tuesday, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Herman Walker Jr. approved a settlement concluding a lawsuit that challenged Alaska’s anti-billboard law. The… Continue reading
Correction: The previous version of this article included a reference to Kathryn Dodge when it should have referred to Bart LeBon in possible electoral outcomes.… Continue reading
The tug sank in 2015.
The Alaska Judicial Council has picked a list of finalists for judgeships across the state, and now it’s time for the governor to have his… Continue reading
New tally could decide two key races for control of the Legislature.
Money could result in more competitive salaries.
A former governor is also joining Dunleavy’s team.
The case intersects Fourth Amendment interpretations with Alaska’s liberal gun laws.
The trend may reverse itself soon.
Mike Dunleavy will be Alaska’s next governor.
See how Juneau voted, precinct-by-precinct.
‘Ender cards’ at fault, Division of Elections says.
Dunleavy repeatedly used the phrase “open for business.”
Turnout was down from 2014 totals.
All eyes are on Fairbanks.
One candidate compared Tuesday to Christmas.
October collections might set a new record.
For parched Southeast, October’s rainfall brought some needed relief.
The race has changed, but Begich’s views haven’t.
Testing all of the kits is expected to take years.