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The decision will now be forwarded to the EPA Office of Water.
State officials say happening planned for Capitol relatively common and legal.
Longtime private attorney appointed to court in 2012 expects to continue predecessor’s approach.
The board wants regulations for Ketchikan similar to requirements in Hawaii and the Grand Canyon.
Alaska certain to revive the debate during coming months as many nationwide hail it as a success.
Murkowski and Peltola may be key swing votes, Tshibaka the biggest “winner” of losers, analysts say.
Eight Republicans join nine Democrats after many years of Republican rule
Little drama expected in U.S. House and Senate races, but state legislative leadership a toss-up
Low oil prices, slow pandemic recovery cited as causes, but some in Southeast see rosy prospects.
Southeast Alaska voters give U.S. Senate incumbent the lead; Peltola, Duneavy also solidify grasps
Transfer of small lot into federal trust has big implication’s for tribe’s economic authority.
‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
Health officials say risk to mammals, including people, remains low.
Educators blame COVID and cash, not kids.
Peltola, Murkowski and Dunleavy likely to prevail when ranked choice ballots are tallied Nov. 23
Crum starts in his new role Wednesday.
Church leaders share details about planned apology for church closure
Presumptive election winner talks about avoiding another recall, lower oil prices and faulty ferries
Dunleavy’s reelection all but official, while Tshibaka and Palin prepare to fight over “shenanigans”
Voters lean both left and right, with a lot to be decided in two weeks, in ranked choice election