The mine’s developer and the state of Alaska have previously threatened legal action to reverse a veto.

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After two weeks of staying at the dock, Kodiak’s Tanner crab fleet is finally going fishing. Crabbers agreed to a price with the island’s processors on Saturday.

The mid-19th-century kayak is covered in oiled sealskin, and tufts of human hair are sewn into its seams. Experts believe it was used for hunting whales and that the hair likely belonged to a skilled whaler.

Louis Talo died at the scene and police said another man was brought to the hospital with life-threatening gunshot wounds.

A deepening crisis in recruiting and keeping state workers is pushing lawmakers to consider a new pension plan. But they are still far from agreeing on the structure of the new plan, or who will benefit.

Plus, the weekly scoreboard and a look forward at the action in the week ahead.


It’s the seventh career win for the musher and his second in a row.

The Legislature is planning to hire an independent consultant to vet the Dunleavy administration’s proposals, which could take years to implement.

The upcoming city election has the potential to drastically reshape Anchorage’s political landscape — or leave it firmly intact. Here’s who is running for both Anchorage Assembly and School Board.

The bill would block the president from drawing from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve until the administration releases a plan to increase oil and gas production on public lands.

Five Memphis officers already had been fired and charged in the Jan. 7 arrest of Nichols, who was Black. He died three days later at a hospital.

The 31-year-old from South Lake Tahoe, Calif., was one of two men killed Sunday in an avalanche while backcountry skiing.

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