We’re too evenly split for one side to prevail by beating the other into submission. It’s time for a change.
Alaska can’t get its economy cranking and its people healthy with half of them sitting on the sideline during a pandemic.
Legislators could discover a willingness to come together in the state’s best interest before then. But don’t bet on it.
Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan have done right by Alaska in supporting the bill, which would bolster, update and expand vital services for the state.
Notably absent from the governor’s simplistic recent PFD messaging: any explanation of where the money is supposed to come from.
Given that the mayor wants to keep businesses open, his position on the vaccines themselves is counterproductive and dangerous.
We can beat this. But we all have to be pulling in the same direction to do it.
The University of Alaska’s research anchor is a lesson in just how much return a well-placed investment can provide.
A deadline is fast approaching — and so is winter, when the consequences of not having an adequate shelter solution will become far more severe.
New York City’s ranked-choice election was a success; so was Maine’s last fall. Alaska’s can be, too.
It’s our duty as Americans and Alaskans to recognize a pure power grab, and to call it out when we see it.
The heart of Bronson’s plan — that Anchorage must do more to care for its unsheltered residents, and it must invest more heavily in solutions — is sound.
Alaskans outside of the capitol building are in the position of having to suffer for the brinksmanship of legislators and Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
Even though the capital is one of the most pandemic-safe cities in Alaska, legislators are still shutting out the people.
Let your legislators know that you expect them to do their jobs in the weeks ahead.
Our state’s sluggish vaccination rate could endanger our health and our economy if an outbreak occurs before herd immunity is achieved via inoculation.
If we let legislators spend past the legal limit on Permanent Fund draws, the state’s fiscal future will be grim.
The responsibility to govern for all of the city, not just one’s own supporters, is what makes holding the office of mayor so much more difficult than running for it.
APD should publicize a policy relating to the release of camera footage, to avoid future conflict and to allow the public to weigh in.
Rather than a traditional editorial this week, we’re sharing some of the runoff candidates’ views in their own words.