“We do want to make sure we’re trying to get it into the right hands … quickly, but not so quickly that we rush ourselves into additional mistakes,” Assembly member Michelle Hale said.
In one of the new books, two animals that are complete opposites want to play with each other.
An elderly woman has died of her injuries after a driver hit her with his truck in a crosswalk in Ketchikan on New Year’s Eve. Family members and city officials say they’re frustrated over what they see as a preventable death.
It’s one more strategy local policymakers are considering toward a perennial goal to make housing more affordable in the Capital City.
The exit from timber by one of the region’s economic powerhouses is the latest sign of Southeast’s transition away from logging.
In a business survey late last year, the City and Borough of Wrangell found that more than 40% of local businesses said the lack of ferry service was hurting their bottom line.
The state won 10-year oil leases for nine pieces of land by submitting the minimum offer: $25 an acre. But drilling for oil in the refuge is expensive, and it faces an aggressive opposition campaign.
ACLU senior counsel Susan Orlansky says the justices’ decision outlines how the state’s regulations potentially fall afoul of the U.S. Constitution on free speech and due process grounds.
A lot of potential COVID-19 vaccinators aren’t ready to do it, are opting not to, or don’t have vaccines yet.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s denied a permit for the proposed mine back in November.