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The financial picture still isn’t rosy.
Will taxes might cause companies to leave?
Alaska has been America’s canary in the coal mine for climate warming, and the yellow bird is swooning.
Sullivan stops by the Empire to talk bills.
Plan will introduce cuts over three years rather than one
The grant program supports management, research and outreach campaigns for conservation of wildlife.
Lisa Murkowski talks PFD, Pebble and what’s happening in the Senate.
His office announced a brush with cancer today.
ANCHORAGE — Alaska has extended a no-bid contract awarded to a relative of a major financial supporter of the governor, officials said. The one-year contract… Continue reading
A movement to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy started on Thursday with rallies around the state, including one held at WKFL Park in Homer. Co-sponsored by… Continue reading
House and Senate pass legislation on to Dunleavy’s desk.
Striker ready to trade picket line for regular work.
UA regents move to bring universities under one roof.
FAIRBANKS — A newlywed woman from Belarus who was swept away by a river in Alaska was trying to reach an abandoned bus made famous… Continue reading
ANCHORAGE — Alaska’s Head Start early childhood education program is preparing to close pre-K classrooms and cut jobs after budget vetoes, officials said. The program… Continue reading
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.