Paying Dividends, Episode 4: Taking the Show on the Road
Gov. Mike Dunleavy and members of the House Finance Committee hit the road talking about the budget and Alaskans across the state weigh in.Read More »
Scott Burton hosts on Thursday, April 18, 2019. Poet Emily Wall, from the Tidal Echoes literary journal, will preview Friday’s launch party including art talks and poetry readings. The Southeast Alaska Land Trust will highlight Saturday’s wetlands cleanup. The Zach...Read More »
In this newscast: State officials estimate moving the Legislature to Anchorage could cost up to $45 million, marine pilots flag "serious challenges" in common wind and current conditions for a new mega-cruise ship due in Southeast Alaska this season, city officials solicit ideas for how to dispose of the derelict Lumberman tug boat in Gastineau Channel, Gov. Mike Dunleavy relents on a Palmer Superior Court judge's appointment, the head of the state human rights commission was supposed to write a letter of apology that she didn't, and lawmakers in Hawaii consider legislation for legal protections for Native Hawaiian intellectual property -- affecting an Anchorage poke restaurant.Read More »
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