For many die-hard Bernie Sanders fans, the historic moment of Hillary Clinton’s nomination inspired not ecstasy but conflicting feelings.
Officials say they’ve found the first indication that mosquitoes are transmitting Zika virus in the U.S. Four people in South Florida are infected; travel or sexual transmission has been ruled out.
While consumers continue to spend, business investment was down, suggesting that companies are growing nervous about the future.
Whatever the judgment of polls in the days ahead, the Democratic Party’s gathering was an achievement in careful and effective political management.
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The ‘Quake Cottage,’ an earthquake simulator, is scheduled to visit 10 communities in Southeast Alaska and the Yukon for the first time ever this fall.
One proposal the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Aseembly will consider would raise the sales tax cap on single-purchase items from $1,000 to $1,500. Another would establish a boroughwide marijuana excise tax.
The bill also allows parents to opt their children out of any lesson.
A man was found dead in an apparent homicide early Friday morning on Anchorage’s east side.
The chairwoman of the Alaska Democratic party says the party’s presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, and all woman leaders are held to a higher standard than men.
The Ketchikan Wellness Coalition, or KWC, received funding through the federal Drug-Free Communities grant program to hire high school students as peer counselors and leaders. The students work with staff to develop programs and activities promoting a drug-free life and supportive relationships.
Flood damage has forced the temporary closure of a state public assistance office in Anchorage.
With the signing of Senate Bill 91, the Alaska’s criminal justice reform bill, the state partially opted-out of the 1996 federally-imposed lifetime ban.