Alaskans have been affected by cyberattacks in various ways, whether it’s leaked private information from the Permanent Fund dividend program or the shutdown of online court or health department services.
Kenneth Manzanares, 43, on Thursday was also sentenced to five years of supervised release if he finishes serving out his 30 year federal prison term.
Only about 16% of inmates who applied for discretionary parole were released in 2020, down from a high of 66% in 2015.
The director and curator of the Alaska Jewish Museum said they were shocked when they found several stickers showing a swastika on the windows of their museum, but they say they won’t be intimidated by the harassment.
Anchorage police is asking for help to find who posted the black and white stickers showing swastikas and the words “we are everywhere.”
On Tuesday, the Alaska Judicial Council voted to forward a list of three candidates to Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy, who will select one to fill an upcoming vacancy on the state’s highest court.
Gov. Dunleavy will now be asked to choose Dani Crosby, Jennifer Stuart Henderson or Yvonne Lamoureux to fill the seat going vacant when Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger retires in June.
Murkowski is only the second Senate Republican to back the bill, after Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services’ website suffered a malware attack Monday night, impacting some online services.
“Sasquatch” is the search for a different type of monster, which, as Holthouse told Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove, starts with a scary story circulating among illegal cannabis farmers in mid-’90s Mendocino County, California.