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Dunleavy to deliver first State of State of 2nd term
Director of the Division of Public Assistance departs in wake of months-long backlog.
Eight Republicans join nine Democrats after many years of Republican rule
City officials to ask for the culprits to clean up their act
Dunleavy’s reelection all but official, while Tshibaka and Palin prepare to fight over “shenanigans”
Voters lean both left and right, with a lot to be decided in two weeks, in ranked choice election
Many winners of Alaska’s first ranked choice general election won’t be known until Thanksgiving
What’s accurate, what’s nonsense and what’s “true from a certain point of view”
APOC reports one week before election show ad blitz in governor’s race and by convention foes
Half of 30,000 ballots during first week of early arrive via mail, requests far above 2018 midterms
“They’re not going to underestimate us a second time.”
Four contenders at AFN debate see different fixes for public safety, prison deaths and housing
Congresswoman gets a warm welcome from convention attendees, predecessor’s family.
The Alaska Native Democrat, facing likely GOP majority, says she’s ready to follow Young’s path to success
Former independent governor seeking office again: “I threw myself on the permanent fund grenade.”
Grants to replace culverts impeding streams available to tribal, local and state governments
Former Anchorage lawmaker seeking to become first Democrat elected governor since 1998.
Candidates for governor talk about serving, shortages and ships during industry forum in Juneau
Trustees work overtime selecting from three candidates after interviews Monday
Abortion, PFD factor into forum.