Will Gov. Dunleavy find a way to repair his relationship with AFN and other Native groups before the courts decide if the recall campaign can move forward?
A new fight is brewing over black cod because there are so many of them — possibly as a result of the ocean’s warming waters.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has named Jeremy Price, a former employee and lobbyist for the American Petroleum Institute, to a seat on the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
When it comes to how much money should be set aside for PFDs each year, Alaska state lawmakers are still divided. And many of them have sharply different views than Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s.
Each eligible Alaska resident will receive a $1,606 permanent fund dividend this year, Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration announced Friday.
Stevens, Dunleavy’s new chief of staff, once left his job in the state Senate amid a federal corruption investigation, though he was never charged. Now, he re-enters public service with links to some of the same industries that found favor from his father, the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens.
A judge has declared a crisis in the state’s courts, saying turnover among public defenders is delaying criminal trials and denying justice for victims and defendants alike.
Alaska’s coastal residents have long warned of dire effects if lawmakers sharply reduce ferry budgets. Now, absent an adjustment to the ferry schedule by Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration, those warnings could become reality.
Officials say it will take years before they decide whether to add more water that could help restore salmon in the Eklutna River.
The wildfire damaged transmission lines that carry power from a major hydroelectric dam near Homer, officials said. And it could be months before the lines are fixed.