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University of Alaska Anchorage works closely with local industries to constantly align our programs.
Alaskans respect the fact that we live in a wild, unpredictable state. And that’s not just the weather. Decades ago, Alaska hitched its economic wagon… Continue reading
Let’s not wait for another disaster to force us into an “after-the-fact” review.
Some folks at Pioneer Homes were told that their monthly bill could go above $15,000 per month.
Alaskans know just how essential fisheries are to life in the 49th state.
Constantly living from your savings account has been a bad idea.
From Alan, there was always something new to learn.
An effort is underway that could strip away Alaska’s oil spill safeguards.
We cannot ignore Governor Dunleavy’s recent push to spread misinformation about us.
What kind of leader will not even consider cutting oil subsidies at a time of fiscal hardship?
As a law enforcement officer, it is easy to focus on solutions within the criminal justice system.
The rule was set up in a sensible way for Southeast.
It’s now up to Sen. Lisa Murkowski to continue to support Dreamers.
The Department of Natural Resources shares Guthrie’s belief that “this land was made for you and me.”
‘We have lived, depended on, and stewarded these lands and waters since time immemorial.’
Physical, verbal, and emotional abuse in domestic relationships is endemic to Alaska.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has chosen the path of cold, self-inflicted harm.
Deaths from drug overdoses remain at historically high levels.
Once an active, thriving oil and gas basin, Cook Inlet oil production peaked in 1970.
If you think that to be conservative you have to hate unions, you have been manipulated.