BP, which has been a major employer in Alaska for decades, is planning to sell all of its assets in the state to Hilcorp, a smaller, private company.
Tammie Willis said she’s being targeted because she’s gay and wants other people in the LGBTQ community to know they could be danger.
Dramatic video footage released by the borough earlier in the week shows roads flooded with thigh-high, ice-choked water as responders evacuated sled dogs on inflatable rafts.
The project would bring fiber optic cable from Kodiak to Unalaska, spanning approximately 428 miles.
A new law made it so that they could no longer deduct their housing costs as a business expense on their federal income tax return.
Gavel Alaska and the Legislature’s website currently have separate cameras. Under the plan, they would share.
It’s a modest step toward establishing a more formal relationship, complicated by a push to tie the measure to ongoing litigation about gambling.
The ACLU sent a letter to the governor on Thursday saying Dunleavy should rehire former worker Keren Lowell, or she’ll sue him.
The Dunleavy administration acknowledges in its budget proposal that many rural Alaska areas depend on troopers for law enforcement and that current trooper staffing levels delay responses to violent crimes, including sexual assault and murder.
It’s not John Hendrix’s first foray into Cook Inlet energy, he was general manager of Apache Corp.’s operations there.