Representatives of four of the crash victims allege that Knopp was negligent in his operation of the aircraft because he was flying without a valid medical certificate.
Experts who have experience with Alaska’s new elections system have some advice: educate and test.
Fields has apologized for his comments, though he had to rewrite it after several people criticized his first one as inadequate. In his apology he said his comments were inappropriate and in poor taste.
The terms of the settlement are confidential, but some effects of it may become public.
The governor has said any new broad-based tax or change to the formula to set PFDs must go to a vote of the people.
The new changes don’t mean the city is lifting all the requirements, but they are meant to be encouraging for COVID-conscious travelers.
The Native Village of Kaktovik is speaking out against the Biden administration, claiming their tribe wasn’t consulted about an agreement President Biden made with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau regarding protections of the porcupine caribou herd in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Alaska is opening COVID-19 vaccines to all Alaskans age 55 and older, those deemed essential workers and other groups, the state announced Wednesday.
Murkowski said she’s using the confirmation process to explain Alaska’s economic straits to nominees and why she opposes decisions that put federal land off-limits for oil development.
House Rep. Zack Fields got a complaint from a whistleblower that Ledbetter was blocking enforcement of state workplace safety standards. Now, they’re investigating.