Alyeska Pipeline Service Pipeline Company may be forced to pay as much as $4.8 million for stealing the idea for a visitor center and viewpoint along the Steese Highway. Attorney Mary Alice MacKeen takes a look at the issues in this case that is the second suit filed by Fairbanks resident John Reeves.Related Link: Reeves v. Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
- By the end of the century, researchers predict climate change could displace millions of people across the country. As policymakers start to grapple with that reality, there's a specific phrase making the rounds: "managed retreat."
- The U.S. Coast Guard has cleaned up controversial graffiti that was found spray-painted on a World War II bunker in Unalaska last month.
- The Haines Borough Assembly sought a new direction Tuesday night over stability in its choice for the borough’s top municipal job. One of two finalists, Debra Schnabel was selected as Haines’ new borough manager, pending contract negotiations. Both candidates were local.
- Efforts by Alaska Gov. Bill Walker to try and force legislators to consider his appointments to boards, commissions and key administration posts were rebuffed Thursday in a joint session.