The complete veto of state funding for public radio stations by Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy isn’t likely to force any stations immediately off the air,…
The satellite-based emergency relay network is still in place, but the vetoes will hit rural public radio stations that also play a strong role in keeping their communities informed and safe particularly hard.
It’s an unprecedented move for the Fairbanks paper.
Gavel Alaska can’t make it and the Legislative Affairs Agency can’t move its cameras, either. It’ll be audio-only.
A special session on the road system might mean more Alaskans can drive to session in person, but the lack of Gavel Alaska coverage will mean far fewer Alaskans will be able to easily watch the session unfold.
The collaboration will be on a yet-to-be-announced topic.
Eastman’s attempt to clear his name came up short.
Another ridiculous claim.
It’ll be the second time in six months that the capital city’s newspaper has changed ownership.
The Kiana Democrat initially refused to resign amid calls from his party, House leadership and other legislators to do so.