“All of my red flags are waving at the moment,” said Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board member Jerome Selby.
Smith wasn’t doing interviews, but she issued a statement saying she was speaking up to set an example of truth-telling for her children and in hopes of ending the pervasiveness of sexual misconduct.
The CEO of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority stepped down on Wednewsday. Jeff Jessee served as CEO for 21 years. According to a press release from the organization, he is transitioning to a new role ahead of his planned retirement in three years.
Alaska’s first marijuana retailer will opening Saturday. At least, that’s the plan. Leif Abel owns Greatland Ganja in Kasilof, and said by phone Wednesday that after dropping off his first batch of cannabis at a testing facility in Anchorage this week, the results are in.
The billionaire husband of Alaska Dispatch News owner Alice Rogoff now has his own prime-time television talk show.
Most of the claims are that his for-profit conservative website “Restoring Liberty” is illegally contributing to his Senate campaign by promoting his run.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has ordered that Native communities and their traditional ecological knowledge be considered in future federal land management decisions.
Sen. Dan Sullivan said he is trying to make Congress aware of more than 30 villages that still don’t have running water or sewers.
The Moose Creek fire near Sutton is nearly half contained at 46%, according to fire information officials Wednesday. Fire managers expect to have the blaze fully contained by the weekend.
Donald Trump supporter Julie Tisdale talks about her Catholic faith, the importance of oil development, and how she wants the Republican presidential nominee to “put on his big boy panties and stop complaining.”