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No-cost measure passed unanimously would be Juneau Sen. Jesse Kiehl’s third bill to become law
Alaska’s rate of violent crimes has increased, a contrast to the national trends, and the increase is driven by extremely high rates of rape and… Continue reading
Half of the Senate’s 20 members have signed onto the bill.
About 20 people make their way to Capitol to seek solutions for service shortages.
A decision could come by early March.
Six of the people living in Juneau after fleeing war-torn homeland get standing ovation from Senate
State representative, censured for asking if dead children save money, subject of demonstration.
Increasingly popular way to ride currently undefined in state law.
U.S. senator asks state lawmakers to make federal funds count in speech.
Controversial Wasilla legislator causes uproar by asking if deaths offer economic benefits
It’s a new role for the departing Juneau superintendent.
“State of the University” highlights fiscal and enrollment stability, unique programs such as drones
The bill, sponsored by Juneau Rep. Sara Hannan, awaits a House committee hearing.
KENAI — Flu and respiratory syncytial virus have both seen a steep decline in Alaska, health officials said on a recent Public Health ECHO, held… Continue reading
Kuspuks abound as Peltola invokes “Alaska model” of cooperation in congressional speech to Legislature
Ban on “forever chemicals” for most firefighting sought by Kiehl part of much bigger overhaul effort
Carol Beecher, a GOP donor, declines to say if she believes recent elections were fairly conducted
Since 2017, five other school districts have entered into agreements with the department.
Dahlstrom, in a statement, praised appointee’s “professionalism and extensive experience.
It adds temporary food stamp workers, attempts novel way to secure federal funds for AMHS upgrades.