Both of Alaska’s U.S. senators said over the weekend they won’t support Republican Donald Trump for president, not after seeing him brag on a 2005 videotape that being a star meant he was free to grab women by the private parts. Rep. Charisse Millett, an Anchorage Republican and the state House majority leader, also announced Sunday she’s no longer supporting Trump. But as of today, the Republican party in Alaska was officially sticking with Trump.Read More
Alaska is one state where the public has relatively easy access to its elected officials, and Governor Bill Walker put some time aside to speak with the community during a visit to Kodiak on Friday. The Chamber, the Afognak Native Corporation, and the City of Kodiak hosted a state update at the Afognak building and reserved time to hand the mic to members of the audience.Read More
A property owner won’t be able to build additional residential dwelling space into a warehouse on Petersburg’s waterfront.
Petersburg’s borough assembly Friday morning voted to … more
Volunteers Fire Responders finished putting out fires started inside the N&N Market, one of two grocery stores in downtown Dillingham. Damage inside "pretty heavy," according to fire department.Read More
For the last two months, wildlife managers in Washington state have been shooting wolves in the Profanity Peak pack from a helicopter. The director of Washington’s Department of Fish and Wildlife authorized the killings back in August. Now a 15th cow has been found dead.Read More
The Stanley family of Juneau left Orlando, Florida, on the last Alaska Airlines flight before the airport is closed on Thursday.Read More
Election winners Dan DeBartolo and Steve Whitney will continue their orientation to the school board after they're sworn in at the next meeting.Read More