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Susan McKenzie cites personal reasons in withdrawing only a few weeks after accepting appointment
Participants gather in wintry weather to air claims of unconstitutional restrictions on process
Statements were released by KRSA, Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan and Gov. Mike Dunleavy
Salary commission that rejected raises is replaced by new members who recommend salaries of $84K.
The organization said it filed a lawsuit against state corrections officials Wednesday
Ryan Redington on Tuesday won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race
Annual vigil at Capitol recognizes rising number of deaths by suicide in Alaska.
Newly approved project facing lawsuits, while halt on new activity may not be relevant or permanent.
Testimony limited to supporters who refer to indoctrination, religion in arguing parents know best.
Move comes after the administration said it would bar or limit drilling in other areas.
Residents all over Alaska’s map are also all over the policy map during hearing on various proposals
It’s about time: With the switch to Daylight Saving Time on the horizon, Alaska lawmakers push to make the change permanent
It’s a time sensitive issue…
Service may improve if more crew becomes available, officials say
A long-discussed project took a step forward…
Native and legislative leaders reinterate call for U.S. intervention after Canadian officials’ visit
However, in Alaska, there have been visible shows of support for the project.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory raised the alert level to advisory status for Tanaga Volcano.
Longer trips can be difficult in the coldest weather.
ANCHORAGE — Alaska’s human rights commission has reversed an earlier policy and now is only investigating LGBTQ+ discrimination complaints related to workplace discrimination and not… Continue reading
No-cost measure passed unanimously would be Juneau Sen. Jesse Kiehl’s third bill to become law