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In narrow vote, members cited past investigations, fiscal impact as reasons for not moving forward.
Airport manager monitoring situation after FAA system outage causes
It is expected to open in the spring of 2027
Director of the Division of Public Assistance departs in wake of months-long backlog.
A 26-foot boat capsized while docked at Andrews Marina inside Fisherman’s Bend on Tuesday. Based on information received from the United States Coast Guard Maritime… Continue reading
Move made to allow for additional public input.
“The result of the November 2022 election is accepted…”
Ranked choice voting, security are hot topics; state pensions, ‘capital move’ among repeat proposals.
The position is set to begin July 1, following the retirement of the university’s current chancellor
Lady Falcons and Lady Kings split pair of games.
Control of hospital and airport, public communication, coordination with tribes cited as key assets
Agency will be taking public comments on the proposal.
Report features 3 alternatives based on earlier public input; 2 public meetings set for this month.
Changed votes from conservative holdouts
Ironman Alaska aftermath: Looking back at the impact of the first and — for now — last Ironman race in Alaska
Economic ripple could be felt across the state.
CCFR reported only minor injuries.
According to the owner, the effort is expected to cost around $300,000.
Wednesday was recognized as Military Appreciation Night.
The request comes amid National Blood Donor Month.
House adjourned until 6 p.m. Alaska time.