Opponents said the proposed trainee program would have skirted the well-regulated apprenticeship program, creating a pathway to less-prepared workers with lower earning ability.
The decision comes amid a lawsuit brought by the state employee union.
A week before investigators uncovered an assault at the psychiatric hospital, a deputy commissioner was talking about the discovery in the past tense.
Studies show that most patients will tend to overlook the new information.
Today, we’ll be exploring House Districts 11 through 20, which covers the remainder of the Mat-Su Valley, Palmer, Eagle River and the northeast and downtown areas of Anchorage.
The flu season is taking its toll on the Alaska Legislature, but work hasn’t slowed much.
The 2016 election has come and gone. We explore who come out of the contest better and worse than before election day.
Candidates for state office had until midnight last night to file their last major financial disclosure (7 Day Reports) with the Alaska Public Offices Commission before the election on Tuesday. These reports detail all donations made to campaigns during a three-week span between the end of the 30 Day Report period on October 8 and the 7 Day Report period ending on October 29.
Today, East Anchorage incumbent Rep. Ivy Spohnholz released a radio ad that sounds almost straight out of a Donald Trump stump speech on inner cities.
“Itâ€™s been a deadly week in Anchorage” the ad begins and then proceeds to go through a litany of scary news clips highlighting the growing crime problems facing Anchorage. Spohnholz begins a voiceover saying â€œWe all know we have a public safety crisis in Anchorage. The question is what are we going to do about it?â€
Begich write-in gains momentum, AK GOP apologizes to Demboski, and Demboski dumps on AK GOP. It’s Friday in the Sun!