In this newscast:
- Candidate Mike Dunleavy made a lot of campaign promises that Gov. Mike Dunleavy doesn’t seem to be sticking to,
- a public employees union sues the Dunleavy administration over its privatization of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute,
- U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski discusses policies she’s backing to combat climate change, and
- the National Weather Service issues a special weather statement affecting most of Southeast Alaska.
- The state’s Marijuana Control Board is now accepting applications for on-site consumption, despite uncertainty stemming from recent board appointees.
- The governor of Maine has signed a warrant allowing the extradition of a man accused of a rape and murder 26 years ago in Fairbanks.
- Records show state officials are exploring adding a second Juneau ferry terminal 30 miles north of the Auke Bay terminal to shorten travel time.
- Anchorage police Lt. Nancy Reeder has accepted Fairbanks Mayor Jim Matherly’s offer to serve as the city’s new police chief.