In a letter to the council, Dunleavy wrote “the slate of candidates put forward could be expanded to reflect the balance and diversity in philosophy and Alaskan experience requisite to adequately make a fair choice for the people of Alaska.”
Earlier this year, the city’s assembly passed new measures for how fireworks can be used on holidays like Independence Day and New Year’s Eve.
Police credit a recent push to end Alaska’s sexual assault kit backlog with identifying the suspect.
Talon Lobaugh spent several hours on Sunday rescuing a woman who was stuck between two trees while paragliding.
The man told troopers that he was hiking with his dog Sunday evening, on the upper part of the Kenai River Trail, which starts off Skilak Lake Loop Road, when they encountered the bear and two cubs.
Decades of studies have pointed to the very real possibility of a big, destructive slide in this Juneau neighborhood’s future. But a mix of personal choices and policy decisions keeps people in at-risk areas.
Alaska’s top cybersecurity official quietly left his job last month as the state was grappled with a pair of cyberattacks.
There are several communities in close proximity to new fires.
Westfall thanked his training with the Alaska Marine Safety Education Association to help him maximize his odds for survival.
By looking for clues in the tree rings, these researchers are trying to reconstruct the frequency of avalanches all around the region.