In this newscast:Alaska’s marijuana industry tax revenue reaches $1 million. Authorities say a plane crash that killed two people is now believed to have been a suicide. Southeast seiners will have a shot at a large run of hatchery chums for six hours today.
In this newscast: Commercial salmon trollers in Southeast Alaska have their first king opening of the summer season Saturday, July 1st. Alaska lawmakers are limping towards the halfway point of their second special session this year and taking a collective breather after passing a state operating budget. Gov. Bill Walker participated Wednesday in a White House meeting on energy issues.
In this newscast: Abortion rules are being updated, Report suggests Alaska’s Medicaid program would be cut under U.S. House’s health care bill, CBJ still working out sales tax remittance procedures for Uber and Lyft drivers, Suspect still at large after…
In this newscast: A slim majority of the Juneau Assembly voted Monday to join other U.S. cities in endorsing the Paris agreement to combat climate change. The design and density of a high-rise apartment building proposed in downtown Juneau drew a lot of public concern at Monday’s Juneau Assembly meeting.
In this newscast: Hilcorp snapped up more than 100,000 acres in Cook Inlet for additional oil and gas development at federal and state lease sales held yesterday. Alaska U.S Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she needs time to review a health care bill drafted by fellow Republicans to understand its effects. A black bear believed to have mauled a 16-year-old to death over the weekend has been shot and killed.