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Schools are holding fast in a time of deep cuts
There’s more to education than schools.
Setting it right: Military could apologize for bombarding Alaska Native villages
Three Southeast Alaska villages were bombarded by the military in the 1800s.
License plates could be a roadway to revenue
Alaska State Council on the Arts would set the surcharge.
Lawmakers: Ferries will struggle even with small cash infusion
Recent funding just scratches surface of needs.
Governor begins town hall series on Monday
PFD change needs a vote, governor said.
“Every hour of every day:” the cost of substance misuse in Alaska
Alaskans are paying in money and lives.
Alaskans win thousands in state’s first ever PFD raffle
Donations from PFD turned into huge payouts.
Governor extends open invitation to mining industry
Open for business.
Once again, veto override fails
45 is a hard number to reach.
Dunleavy expected to give State of the State address next week
The governor will likely address the Legislature Monday.
Lawmakers get gloomy budget forecast
State can’t keep spending like it is, analysts say.
New report recommends corporations, port authorities run Alaska’s ferry system
The governor and lawmakers have been waiting for this report.
Legislator proposes adding LGBTQ protections to state hate crime laws
Bill from Anchorage lawmaker follows attack on Sterling woman.
House-passed bill could lead to PFAS cleanup
It needs to get past the Senate and President, too.
Dunleavy agrees to continue accepting refugees
He said the resettlement program is in line with Alaska values.
Alaska’s delegation absent from brief urging reconsideration of Roe v. Wade
207 lawmakers signed on. Alaska’s Republican lawmakers did not.
Recall Dunleavy campaign gears up for court
First oral arguments to be heard this month.
Can a public corporation save the Marine Highway System?
‘There’s a lot of unknowns.’
Final impact statement for Pebble Mine delayed for three months
Army Corps of Engineers says it will take the time to review public comments.
Draining state savings? Lawmakers, economists criticize governor’s budget
Dunleavy’s budget takes state savings to the limit.