State, local and federal health officials are stressing transparency after a health care worker in Alaska had the nation’s first and, so far, only severe…
The maximum civil penalty for the violations, which range from 607 days to 1,549 days at $50 per day, is $1.02 million. Staff recommends it be reduced by 99%.
The motion argues the feds overlooked much of the potential environmental damage posed by drilling in the region.
Alaska U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is among a bipartisan group of lawmakers who on Monday announced their latest effort to pass a coronavirus relief package…
Turns out the voting machines are pretty accurate.
Our weekly column attempting to make sense of the news that was from this week. Though, to be honest, there’s not a whole lot of sense to be made from a week filled with a preposterous and deeply unsettling effort to undo the election.
Eastman and Reinbold, who’ve both ranked as the worst legislators in our crowd-sourced legislator rankings, get top billing along with Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin in the filing.
The problem? They didn’t give Alaska enough time, Dunleavy claims in a Facebook post. (Except there was.)
Kodiak Republican Rep. Louise Stutes publicly confirmed Monday night that she’ll stick with the House coalition of independents and Democrats, cementing a 20-20 split in…
Officials warned that the vaccine is not to make an immediate day-to-day difference for the average Alaskan and that measures like social distancing, mask-wearing and limiting gatherings will be critical until the vaccine is widely available.