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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
Until a majority is formed, the House will be at a standstill.
Most of the openings will not require previous airline experience.
The exodus continues.
Uncertainty hangs over the Capitol.
More than a third of Alaska women have experienced sexual assault.
The big question.
Conservative Christian law firm sues city to stop it from applying a gender identity law to the shelter.
The state’s highest paid employee has been ousted.
Story, Hannan, Kiehl weigh-in on legislative issues.
It’s the first permanent facility in Southeast.
Three former state employees filed lawsuits today.
More details will come Thursday.
President calls for Republican unity, walks out of meeting with congressional leaders.
Declining copper prices are to blame.
New governor, new cabinet.
Brian Simpson was also fined $35,000 and sentenced to a year of probation.
Todd Cowles of Anchorage is charged with two counts of attempted murder.
Security concerns prompted closure last week.