Paying Dividends, Episode 6: Between Now and October
The Alaska Senate’s plan for finding the money to pay full dividends includes breaking into the most sacrosanct of the state’s piggy banks.Read More »
In this newscast: Tribal leaders from across Southeast Alaska, British Columbia and Washington state sound the alarm over threats to wild salmon, the state of Alaska is negotiating a contract extension to pay a law firm for its services fighting Alaska unions, the Alaska Supreme Court says the state must pay legal fees for the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative that failed last year, President Donald Trump hands his mic over to an Alaska businessman to highlight what he calls "capricious government regulation," University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen addresses breakdowns in unity across the system, Standard and Poor's lowers it debt rating for the University of Alaska system, state prosecutors charge a 32-year-old Anchorage police officer with two counts of misdemeanor assault in his arrest of a man for bicycle violations, leaders of Anchorage International Airport hope to draw more global traffic, and the Alaska Zoo's 19-year-old polar bear Lyutyik is being treated for an unknown medical condition.Read More »
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