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Interior secretary said she found “multiple legal deficiencies” in a prior review
Rent relief is flowing, but it’s too soon to tell if evictions will spike
Federal moratorium on evictions is expiring.
In a 2-1 decision, the panel struck down certain contribution limits.
Session to begin Aug. 16, after lawmakers request delay.
Judge says lawsuit over effective date clause is an action by the governor against the Legislature.
The National Tsunami Warning Center canceled the warnings early Thursday.
Hospitalizations remain low locally, but there’s concern about a surge.
Accusations remain unconfirmed.
Record earnings, lengthy debate.
Superior Court Judge Herman Walker Jr. heard arguments in Anchorage
Juneau’s homeless shelter is hoping for a miracle.
Coming down the aisle?
Prices are up all around.
Alaska to Japan to Hawaii.
Limited ability to comment.
More meetings and public testimony.
Villages, cities among plaintiffs.