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Ferry workers strike, and the state strikes back
ANCHORAGE — At least 14 cities in Alaska have employed police officers whose criminal records should have prevented them from being hired under state law,… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE — The University of Alaska Board of Regents decided Monday they could no longer wait to see if the Alaska Legislature will bail them… Continue reading
Without enough lawmakers in Juneau, legislators look to next steps
Both sides traded barbs.
It will be her second bid trying to unseat Don Young.
The University of Alaska of the future will not look like it does now.
She left voluntarily.
Faint hopes turns into grim planning.
The vote failed, but they said a lot.
Time to fear the sweeper?
The response was overwhelming.
On June 28, the same day U.S. Attorney General William Barr declared a law enforcement emergency in rural Alaska, and made more than $10 million… Continue reading
Here’s a run-down of what happened today.
Furlough notices were being sent Monday to about 2,500 University of Alaska staff, part of the fallout of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s veto of $130 million… Continue reading
Facing $135M budget cut, university contemplates drastic action
In the list of 182 line-item vetoes released last Friday by Gov. Mike Dunleavy, one didn’t make his press office’s“items of interest” tally. Buried in… Continue reading
The deadline to submit comments on the draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed Pebble Mine project is Monday, July 1. The draft EIS… Continue reading
Public comment period ends in days.
Lawmakers considers it their right to determine the location.