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Dunleavy illegally altered rules for union dues, state supreme court rules
Nearly $450,000 in damages and costs awarded to ASEA as judgement in 2019 lawsuit upheld
What’s next for the most debated bills pending in the Legislature?
Education funding increase, “parental rights” and other proposals will resurface next year.
America’s farthest-north state representative is planning to leave the Alaska Capitol
Patkotak says he’s running to be the next mayor of the North Slope Borough.
‘Leap of faith:’ Alaska pursues carbon offset market while embracing oil
Alaska’s push to become a bigger player in the clean energy market is in the spotlight this week at a conference convened by its Republican… Continue reading
Illinois man gets stuck waist-deep in Alaska mud flats, drowns as tide comes in
“…It’s Mother Nature, and she has no mercy for humanity.”
New mapping efforts seek to expand knowledge of Alaska’s waters
Around 70% of Alaska’s waters are unmapped…
Unusual House coalition OKs budget to end special session on first day
10 members of Republican-led majority join minority after $34M in targeted capital projects added
Digital divide: Jill Biden visit touts efforts to connect Alaska Native villages to outside world
Jill Biden visited Bethel on a stopover to Japan to highlight internet-access progress.
Surging Alaska rivers leave behind huge chunks of ice, damaged homes
ANCHORAGE — Ice jams that blocked two Alaska rivers broke loose over the weekend, unleashing a surge of ice and water that caused major floods,… Continue reading
House passes bill to reject raise for lawmakers — but pay hike still likely
“I can’t even imagine what working-class people are thinking.”
Senate stalls budget for suspenseful final day
Legislature will have 13 hours to solve differences over PFD, other issues to avoid special session
‘It’s the weirdest session I’ve ever seen’: Odds for special session fluctuating drastically
Accusations by House and Senate leaders lead to late pacts as Legislature tries to adjourn on time
No injuries reported after Sterling plane crash
Alaska State Troopers were notified of the crash at around 5:45 p.m. on Thursday
Formline meets airline: Crystal Worl’s salmon-inspired design takes to the skies
Xáat Kwáani makes its inaugural flight.
‘Fentanyl bill’ passes House
Some drug offenders causing death can be charged withg murder under governor’s proposal.
Senate passes bill defining e-bikes the same as bicycles in Alaska
The increasingly popular way to ride is currently undefined in state law.
House Speaker declares spending cap a priority
Budget-cutting measure has ties to Senate’s plan to reduce PFDs — but it’s not a trade-off, leaders say
Tlingit and Haida withdraws from the Alaska Federation of Natives
The move goes into effect immediately, according to the tribe’s president.
Petersburg’s Izabelle Ith honored with Hall of Fame selection
Southeast athlete pushed Alaska competitors to their sporting limits.
Denali National Park worker dies after triggering avalanche
DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE — A Denali National Park and Preserve employee died when he was caught in an avalanche while skiing in the… Continue reading