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There have been almost 10 times more unemployment filings from federal workers in Alaska than normal since the federal shutdown began. The Alaska Department of… Continue reading
Scenes from the statehouse.
It’s her first time in public office.
One less option for travel out of Juneau.
Downtown riders rejoice.
Decade-old issue flares up again.
They shed light on a watershed.
Right place, right time, right equipment.
KETCHIKAN — A rural Southeast Alaska man suspected of carrying methamphetamine was arrested at the Ketchikan airport. Alaska State Troopers said 50-year-old Stanley Lynch of… Continue reading
“She was part of our family.”
Plowing will happen faster on priority one roads.
Coming to a cabinet near you.
The talk centered around staffing and resources.
You can download this new app for free.
He has a history of violating protective orders.
Decision comes after a foot of snowfall.
It was in the middle of a snowstorm.
Help is on the way.
It goes beyond just federal employees.
They might start doing it differently soon.