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As chancellor, Caulfield says his biggest challenge will be dealing with budget cuts. “At the same time, we’re looking at ways to generate new revenue, whether it’s federal funding, grant opportunities or ways of attracting more students to our programs,” he says.
Alaska’s ferry system plans no changes to its schedule due to the budget situation at least until the end of the fiscal year on June 30, a spokesman says.
British Columbia’s top mining official says Alaska will soon have more input into the transboundary mine permitting process. That news came after a meeting with Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott.
University of Alaska President Patrick Gamble selects Richard Caulfield as the next chancellor of University of Alaska Southeast.
The DMV has brought back a 1976 license plate that was originally issued for the United States’ bicentennial.
Another threatening phone call today caused Juneau-Douglas High School to go into “stay put” mode for the second time in eight days.
Federal and state funding isn’t keeping up with the need, and the situation is likely to get worse due to climate change.
The bill officially names the new State Libraries, Archives and Museum Building after Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff and a reading room after former Rep. Richard Foster from Nome.
It takes a year to curate all of the work that goes into the University of Alaska Southeast literary journal Tidal Echoes. The cover of the latest edition features the artwork of Juneau artist Fumi Matsumoto.
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At least eight schools in Alaska have received threatening messages in the past 10 days.
The legislation create a new board to regulate the legal marijuana industry in Alaska.
The crash killed three Alaska National Guardsmen and one active duty Air Force member.
Berkowitz had more than 59 percent of the vote with 98 percent of the vote counted late Tuesday night. He had a significant lead over Demoski throughout the evening.
The Ketchikan Daily News reports the Alaska Seaplane Tours floatplane was returning from a tour late Monday morning and struck something as it landed in Tongass Narrows.
Ken Marsh with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said they had not seen evidence that the bears had gotten into any cans in Hope.
The state is currently looking to hire someone to reopen the office.
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The Staten Island prosecutor at the center of the investigation into the death of Eric Garner easily won election to Congress as a Republican. He replaces disgraced former Rep. Michael Grimm, R-N.Y.
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