The Assembly’s initial plan included using the Sullivan to shelter 150 people and leasing 85 rooms in the former Golden Lion Hotel. The mayor’s office wants to expand capacity at Sullivan.
Here’s what the candidates had to say about their priorities and many of the issues Alaska voters care about most.
Ukraine also said Saturday that Russian forces blindfolded and detained the head of Europe’s largest nuclear plant.
Learning the language at University of Alaska Southeast has been key to Dave Ketah’s journey.
There’s a yes-no question on the November ballot that has the potential to change how judges are appointed, how education is funded and how the state decides the amount of the Permanent Fund dividend. It could also lead to an abortion ban in Alaska.
The department planned to have all officers wearing cameras by the end of 2021. Now there is no timeline.
Holmes was medevaced from Golovin to Nome and then flown again to Anchorage for additional care.
Can you really skip the raking this fall? Despite pushback, columnist Jeff Lowenfels says you can — and should.
Recipe: The addition of warm spices and ice cream or a custard sauce makes this a perfect autumn treat.
Relatives told police the man described drinking with his girlfriend in Centennial Park before going to a nearby grocery store where they fought, according to charging documents.
“Don Young moved mountains for Alaska, it’s only fitting we name one after him — even if it is a bit unpredictable,” Sen. Lisa Murkowski said in a statement.
A late write-in entry by veteran Native leader Myron Nangeng creates competition for 25-year-old Bethel City Council member C.J. McCormick.
The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority will hire an entity to look at its overall performance after SalmonState issued its unflattering review.
Their report offers a rare official view of dysfunction that alumni and families have long described at North Star Behavioral Health System campuses in Anchorage.
Monday marks the first day of the Supreme Court’s new term, and the justices are wasting no time in weighing another challenge to one of the nation’s bedrock environmental laws.
The bill would create an office of food security in the Department of Veterans Affairs.