It’s a challenge for Alaska’s Redistricting Board to keep one area together without affecting others.
The state received about $95 million from the federal government this spring to address the child care crunch. So far, the state has written a grant program to distribute only $5 million of that statewide.
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.
Teachers and the union support the move to solve the teacher retention problem in Alaska. But they say the number one reason they’re leaving is pretty obvious.
An emergency order issued Tuesday ended the fall brown bear hunt at midnight on Wednesday after opening on Sept. 15.
Under three of the proposals, dividends would be bigger than the checks Alaskans have gotten in recent years. But they would still be smaller than what Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants.
Three different groups of senators emphasize different options in weighing future of state budget.
Internal emails — some of them completely redacted — show officials were surprised and frustrated with the expense of keeping the ship.
Hudson was a Republican who represented Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley District from 1987 to 2003.
A towering figure in the worlds of Alaska fisheries and politics, Tillion died Wednesday morning at his home in Halibut Cove.