Holland brings nearly three decades of state experience to the job.
The initiative would expand the expectations for the Board of Regents and Department of Education.
The University of Alaska needs to clarify governance duties and isn’t doing enough to include faculty and student input, writes the president of the university’s accrediting agency.
He said a third special session to deal with the remainder of the $3,000 PFD will depend on the Senate Republicans approving his second pick to fill the Senate District M vacancy.
Alaska’s lone U.S. Rep. Don Young is unhappy about the news that the Democrat-led U.S. House of Representatives has finally launched an impeachment inquiry into…
Despite pushing a cuts-heavy budget, Dunleavy says there’s “plenty of money” for supplemental PFD.
The ACLU is threatening a lawsuit against the police department for the “decades long indifference to the safety of Alaska Native women in Nome.”
Last year, the Public Defender Agency warned that forcing attorneys to handle 160 cases would create a constitutional crisis in Alaska’s criminal justice system. An attorney just walked away from a high-profile murder case because she was handling more than 200 cases.
The latest shot in a feud between Dunleavy and Republicans over the PFD.
It’s the latest local implementation of Janus v. AFSCME.