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Total includes an energy relief payment, too.
John Dapcevich was 95.
Faculty union, supporters make presence felt morning of two-day meeting.
Only one of the settlements has been previously disclosed to the public.
Car crash occurred Tuesday evening, according to troopers.
Funds are final portion of $25M in federal funds via new process working with local programs.
Nonprofits with ties to governor’s political opposition allege coordination of donors, staff misuse.
Special U.S. House race certified; Palin, Begich repeat demands the other drop out of Nov. election
Two voting stations in rural Alaska failed to open as scheduled on Alaska’s Aug. 16 election day, leaving local residents with no way to vote… Continue reading
The 28 grantees across the state received more than $35 million in federal funds combined
The project would move gas from the North Slope through an 800-mile pipeline to a liquefaction plant in Nikiski
Mahoney’s resignation is effective Sept. 9. She has been in the role since 2020.
Special election victor gets call from Biden, readies for encore that may decide control of Congress
James Cockrell, commissioner of the Alaska Department of Public Safety, announced the changes to reporters on Wednesday morning.
Democrat set to become first Alaska Native elected to Congress in ranked choice win.
Letter from Dunleavy spokesperson questions Carole Triem’s husband’s ability to cover campaign fairly.
Peltola now leads by nearly 9% in special House race, pollster calls ranked choice outcome a toss-up
Fears about no or little service for critical needs expressed from Southeast to Southwest Alaska
Senator chats with supporters about U.S. vs. Belgium voting, moose chili and Project Veritas
Commisioners of new departments say IT and other key transitions smooth, more visible changes coming