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The governor hopes to move past the rancor.
State agrees to refund fines.
It’s the first case of vaping related injury in Alaska.
Five people have been charged in the Aug. 25 death of Preston Atwood.
After making a respectable run to unseat Alaska’s sole U.S. Representative, Don Young, in 2018, Anchorage’s Alyse Galvin is back at it for the 2020… Continue reading
Department of Law has until Monday to appeal.
Will elders age in place?
On a recent visit to Homer, Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, spoke to a group of about 15 area residents on Nov. 9 at Captain’s Coffee.… Continue reading
With the 2020 general election a year away, the race for House District 31 Representative has already started. On Thursday, Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly President… Continue reading
Option is still on the table.
The state has suffered recent blows in lawsuits.
Department says application is ‘both factually and legally insufficient.’
A week after the Homer office of Alaska’s Fair Share campaign opened, volunteers have gathered close to 600 signatures of the 692 needed to put… Continue reading
Regents commit to inclusivity.
It’s not all bad news.
The Department of Transportation is responding to concerns over the closure of the Silver Tip Maintenance Station near Hope, which housed equipment and operators responsible… Continue reading
In the wake of the Swan Lake Fire, Sen. Peter Micciche (R-Kenai/Soldotna) is requesting a frank discussion on wildlife management policies. Micciche sent a letter… Continue reading
Prisons are almost at capacity.
SAFE Banking Act might be the end of cash-only operations.