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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.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency improperly withdrew proposed restrictions on mining activity in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by critics… Continue reading
Employess must opt in.
City officials weren’t notified, which concerned some citizens.
NOME — The American Civil Liberties Union on Tuesday accused police in this small Alaska city of “a systemic and disastrous failure” to keep Native… Continue reading
JUNEAU (AP) — Conservation groups are suing a federal agency over rules they say could harm beluga whales and other marine mammals in Alaska’s Cook… Continue reading
New director to be named soon.
KODIAK — An Alaska ferry system has released a new schedule that stops service to and from Kodiak Island in the winter, officials said. The… Continue reading
The Recall Dunleavy group said it collected 49,006 signatures since launching Aug. 1.
ANCHORAGE — A 62-year-old Oregon man is under arrest in connection with the 1978 rape and death of a teenage Anchorage girl, Alaska State Troopers… Continue reading
The proposed regulations wouldn’t allow the Brewery to Bathroom 0.5K Relay for Life benefit run.
What will restructuring look like?
BP is selling all of its assets in the state.
The attorney general is calling for stricter rules for union dues.