The Dunleavy-appointed state education board is set to decide Thursday whether to advance new regulations that could ban transgender girls from competing in girls’ sports.

The contractor is suing the municipality over work done on the stalled East Anchorage homeless shelter last year that the Bronson administration green-lit without following protocol.

The Juneau Police Department said the use of controlled substances may have contributed to the deaths.

Almost 200 people became American citizens in Friday’s ceremony at Wendy Williamson Auditorium.


Many clients still didn’t know where they would go on Wednesday. Options are scarce and waitlists are long.

Rosalina Mavaega was made a city commissioner and given a large grant to support her homeless services charity. Federal investigators are looking into her business dealings.

The district’s decision follows similar moves that were later reversed by schools in Missouri and Texas and stems from a new law expanding parents’ power to challenge materials they believe are obscene in schools.

While the novel revolves around the pursuit of a highly sought-after amulet, the personal connections and progressions drive the story.

Jeremy Cubas resigned from his $110,000-a-year job as pro-family policy adviser after Alaska Public Media and APM Reports revealed that he defended Hitler, used racist slurs and said a man raping his wife is an “impossible act.”

Lukis Nighswonger, now 40, was a popular teacher at Wasilla’s Iditarod Elementary when the accusations of classroom abuse surfaced in 2015. He wasn’t arrested for another three years.

Customers of Venmo, PayPal and CashApp should not store their money with those apps for the long term because the funds might not be safe during a crisis, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warned Thursday.

Garden columnist Jeff Lowenfels says you don’t have the luxury of a long growing season to justify taking a weekend off because it is too cold or wet or you want to go fishing.

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