Judge threatens to stop Carnival cruise ships from docking in US

Company has been on probation for illegally dumping oil into ocean.

Alaska eyeing proposal to raise Pioneer Home rates

Proposal would add two tiers to an existing three-tier program.

Chairman of Alaska rights commission quits amid rifle sticker controversy

The commission had suspended Marti Buscaglia for 15 days.

Eaglecrest moves one step closer to serving alcohol

A unanimous Senate vote “makes the pathway very clear” for Eaglecrest.

University of Alaska board votes no on education school accreditation

Nearly 70 percent of the school’s students will be impacted.

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Sen. Natasha Von Imhof, R-Anchorage, pictured here on Feb. 18, asks why adult preventative care was targeted for elimination, saying she has heard from providers that this service often will bring people into a clinic where they can be asked if they have other medical needs. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
                                Sen. Natasha Von Imhof, R-Anchorage, pictured here on Feb. 18, 2019, asks why adult preventative care was targeted for elimination, saying she has heard from providers that this service often will bring people into a clinic where they can be asked if they have other medical needs. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
Sen. Natasha Von Imhof, R-Anchorage, pictured here on Feb. 18, asks why adult preventative care was targeted for elimination, saying she has heard from providers that this service often will bring people into a clinic where they can be asked if they have other medical needs. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
                                Sen. Natasha Von Imhof, R-Anchorage, pictured here on Feb. 18, 2019, asks why adult preventative care was targeted for elimination, saying she has heard from providers that this service often will bring people into a clinic where they can be asked if they have other medical needs. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Former Gov. Walker has a new job

The Attorney general designee out, former governor in.

State health care director is out

She’s been in that position since 2012.

Alaska is OK funding Medicaid through grants, Dunleavy says

Approach could allow state more spending flexibility.