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Not what Alaskans do.
It now heads to the House.
City officials are reviewing the federal guidance, with updates coming
Ships, aircraft, and 15,000 servicemembers all came together to hold the huge interservice exercise.
City, district partner for clinics at high schools
America’s new normal temperature is a degree hotter than it was just two decades ago.
Room for work.
She was nominated on Thursday to direct the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management.
By Amy Forliti, Stephen Groves and Tammy Webber Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS — Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder and manslaughter… Continue reading
Justices heard arguments in a case involving the massive pandemic relief package.
“I think it’s time,” said U.S. Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska.
Nominee grew up in Alaska.
The odds of being affected are vanishingly rare, but CDC says better safe than sorry.
The case could go directly to the Supreme Court if appealed.
The former DOA head is challenging Sen. Lisa Murkowski for her Senate seat.
Tribes and members of Congress pushed for the halt.
It’s increased nationwide for four years.
By Becky Bohrer Associated Press An early Republican candidate announced plans Monday to seek the Alaska U.S. Senate seat that has been held since 2002… Continue reading
Vaccine-makers work toward eventually vaccinating babies as young as 6 months
Thirteen states, including Alaska, sued the Biden administration Wednesday.