Wasilla GOP Rep. Christopher Kurka, who’s running for governor as a conservative alternative to Dunleavy, this week launched a “Fire Anne Zink” petition, saying he’s committed to removing her “on Day 1 of my administration.”
Galvin said she will run as an independent interested in joining a multiparty coalition.
It took Alaska State Troopers 110 days to catch one of three people accused of an ambush in Russian Mission on July 28. Neighbors said they slept with rifles under their beds and shotgun shells on the windowsill, ready for anything.
Wisconsin Watch found a dozen instances in which Knox’s suspicions of abuse were rejected by officials in the criminal justice system, by child welfare workers and medical specialists. Other defendants, proclaiming innocence, remain in prison and have appealed their cases.
Fourteen doctors were briefly licensed in an effort to meet COVID-19 demands but none practiced medicine in Alaska before losing their licenses or agreeing to give them up, officials say.
Almost two dozen members of the Oath Keepers, which the FBI labels a paramilitary organization, have been charged in connection with the riotous invasion of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
The federal agency listed polar bears as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in 2008.
An Alaska judge sentenced the man who killed 10-year-old Kotzebue girl Ashley Johnson-Barr in 2018 to a 99-year sentence Tuesday.
By and large, the grief — and the stories — of Alaskans who died in the unfolding wave of the coronavirus pandemic have remained private.
Alaska State Troopers said in an online report that the five passengers “were not following flight attendant instructions related to mask use and were using foul language during the flight.”