Dutton publishing company has announced an upcoming book written by a former Navy SEAL involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Turns out, the SEAL is from Alaska. Fox News revealed his identity Thursday, but got certain details about him wrong.
If approved, Measure 2 would restore the Alaska Coastal Management Program — a federally funded state agency that operated smoothly, and with little fanfare, for more than 30 years before legislators and the Parnell administration failed to reach a deal to reauthorize it in 2011.
Alaska’s governor has asked U.S. Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to reconsider a plan to let states seek major changes in how they meet federal welfare-to-work requirements.
Yesterday, state attorneys filed a challenge to the federal Voting Rights Act in district court in Washington, DC.
Gov. Sean Parnell took to social media Tuesday to reiterate his call for lower oil production taxes.
Earmarks are the local pet projects of lawmakers that the federal government pays for. There’s political chatter in Washington, D.C. that Congress may alter its self-imposed ban on them come January, but it’s unlikely to revert back to rampant times of the earlier part of this century.
About 50 paratroopers are expected to return to Alaska late Wednesday evening from nearly a year’s deployment in the eastern provinces of Afghanistan.
A proposal to beef up bus service on Riverside Drive will be put on hold until a Capital Transit Development Plan is revised.
Bartlett Regional Hospital has hired a new Chief Financial Officer.
CBJ says efforts are underway to clean up the lot and assess the home’s structural intregrity. The owner says he’s making progress.