Murkowski called the bill responsible and said she doesn’t think it infringes on Second Amendment rights.
Three Alaska voters have filed a lawsuit against the Division of Elections, but the first judge to hear it said he’s inclined to rule against them.
No one was injured as the slide sent rock, dirt and vegetation tumbling from a mountainside above the dock.
A district court judge shot down a federal rule that would have closed a large part of Cook Inlet to commercial salmon fishing. Fish and Game said it would reopen the fishery Thursday.
Federal law prevents some convicted domestic abusers from owning a gun, depending on their relationship to the victim. The new gun safety bill would expand that definition to include dating partners.
“Education was a vehicle of oppression and genocide and assimilation,” X’unei Lance Twitchell said. “Our goal is to transform it into a vehicle of opportunity and equity and healing.”
La Quen Náay Liz Medicine Crow pointed to the history of Alaska Native youth being sent out of state to boarding schools and to punitive asylums in the Lower 48.
Election workers are expected to certify the results by Saturday after checking some votes by hand and conducting further review as required by state law.
The public testing and treatment options that have become staples over the last two years are shifting to the private health care industry.
The central bank is under growing pressure to combat inflation, which hit a four-decade high of 8.6% in May.
Ferry officials put the route on hold in September 2019 over a dispute about whether U.S. Customs officials could carry guns
One shipment of Moderna vaccines has already arrived at the Juneau Public Health office, but they are waiting for Pfizer vaccines to arrive before opening appointments to Juneau’s youngest residents.