Tonight’s gubernatorial debate co-moderated by Alaska Public Media and Alaska’s News Source starts at 7 p.m.
“Especially during the pandemic, when it’s just so crazy, it’s nice to have something happy,” one nurse said.
Sullivan, a Republican, was sworn in to office in 2015 and is running for a second term. Meanwhile, Al Gross is an independent and the Democratic nominee who has not previously held public office.
For the sake of transparency, Alaska Public Media and KTOO explain why we did a story on the public broadcasting funding veto.
Alaska news organizations have reported that Gov. Mike Dunleavy vetoed $444 million from the state’s operating budget. But news coverage published by Alaska Public Media and KTOO have used a smaller number of $390 million. There are a few reasons for this.
The newest member of the Alaska Capitol press corps isn’t your average reporter. But he’s one of a growing number of political bloggers who are trying to fill in gaps left by Alaska’s shrinking mainstream media.
The State has until noon Friday to hand over any related public records they have already identified and cleared and a privilege log that explains why they cannot provide other documents.
The media outlets are asking the courts to expedite the process and hear the suit as soon as possible. They want the Governor’s Office to provide the documents before next week’s election.
Alaska Public Media and the Alaska Dispatch News have reached an agreement with the state of Alaska in their lawsuit to obtain records related to the Alaska National Guard scandal.
The investigations tell of four sexual assaults and many incidences of sexual harassment against “fellow soldiers, new recruits, and civilian women, including high school JROTC cadets.”