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SEATTLE (AP) — U.S. scientists said Friday they will investigate why an unusual number of gray whales are washing up dead on West Coast beaches.… Continue reading
“Pretty much everything worked out” for session up north.
One key vote was absent.
There were a lot of angry reactions.
The governor called it “a friendly suit.”
Knopp will no longer receive any official support from the Alaska Republican Party
Local lawmakers express disappointment.
ANCHORAGE (AP) — Alaska is seeking an outside consultant to review the potential benefits of its plans to overhaul Medicaid, officials said. The Alaska Department… Continue reading
It’s familiar territory for David Eastman.
Per diem could double the price tag.
Marriage can still be used as defense in some assault cases.
Provision’s purpose is to prevent future violence, suicides.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District is extending the public comment period an additional 30 days for the Pebble Limited Partnership draft environmental… Continue reading
State eyes bids for long-term operation.
Gov. Dunleavy is facing resistance to pieces of his agenda.
A couple votes in particular were heated.
Land’s End Resort owner Jonathan Faulkner has left his job with the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development and has returned to the… Continue reading
People could decide to keep or donate money.
Two companies submitted proposals.
They dive into the process next week.