The change is being made so a new emergency number for suicide prevention and mental health emergencies, 988, can launch next year.
Officers saw signs of impairment when they contacted Gray, who remained at the scene after the collision, according to Anchorage police.
Begich, 44, is seeking to defeat the longest active Republican in Congress.
“I just hope we all realize that we’re not out of this thing yet,” said Jared Kosin, president and CEO of the Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Association.
Andersen was also a former co-chair of the Alaska Federation of Natives, the state’s largest Native organization, and an outspoken opponent of the Pebble mine. He died of medical complications related to cancer, his family said.
Robin Pelkey was 19 and living on the streets of Anchorage when she was killed by Robert Hansen in the early 1980s, the Alaska Bureau of Investigation’s cold case unit said Friday.
The experimental class of superfast, extended-flight weapons is part of a new arms race among the U.S., Russia and China.
COVID-19 is stressing a system that was already struggling. Nearly a fifth of the state’s licensed child care facilities have closed since March 2020, according to its Childcare Program Office.
Alaska Seaplanes said there were five passengers and a pilot aboard the plane which was “unable to gain proper altitude” while departing for Skagway.
Campbell, director of policy and programs, is returning to Alaska Aerospace, where he served as president and CEO from 2012 to 2019, according to the mayor’s office.
The mayor’s office has said the firing was legally sound under the city charter. The Assembly disagrees, saying “the chief equity officer may be dismissed by the mayor only for cause shown, and only with the concurrence of a majority of the assembly.”
Christian Matthew Manley was arrested by the FBI while arriving at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport last week.
The Alaska Department of Corrections and Alaska Department of Public Safety say there isn’t a targeted recruitment effort, but fired officers are welcome to apply.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission will consider the fine in January.
Shawn Hays and Bob Doehl both formerly helped manage operations at Sullivan Arena. Hays says she was fired on Wednesday, and Doehl submitted his resignation this week.
The man was treated for puncture wounds and a laceration at the Healy Medical Clinic, according to troopers.
Teachers and the union support the move to solve the teacher retention problem in Alaska. But they say the No. 1 reason they’re leaving is pretty obvious.
Alaska once again has the highest seven-day case rate in the country, and health officials said COVID-19 is the third-leading underlying cause of death in the state so far in 2021.
“Failure to enforce would in fact be grounds for recall,” said Assembly Vice Chair Chris Constant.
The parent company of Alaska Airlines and regional carrier Horizon Air made a third-quarter profit of $194 million, or $1.53 per share,