The corporation’s earnings need to average 5% plus the rate of inflation to be sustainable; over the past five years, the corporation hasn’t done that.
Also, the Anchorage Assembly on Tuesday will vote on a resolution that, if approved, would call on the FTC to block the proposed merger.
Alaska’s Republican senators say they are holding out hope that Congress can come up with a funding plan by the Sept. 30 deadline, but Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she’s “worried.”
Payments will be disbursed to Alaskans starting Oct. 5 and continue through the month.
Members of the Alaska Legislature say they’re far apart on a long-term structure to stabilize state finances.
Murkowski said Sullivan’s plan to convene a panel for advice on potential federal judicial nominees came two years into an effort to fill a U.S. District Court seat.
Attorney General Treg Taylor is one of 18 Republican attorneys general asking a judge to uphold Montana’s ban on the popular social media platform.
The state of Alaska has begun a sweeping analysis of state employees’ salaries to determine whether poor pay is contributing to ongoing hiring woes in the executive branch.
In a Q&A with the Daily News, Deputy Interior Secretary Tommy Beaudreau discussed the Biden administration’s recent decisions on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the Willow project.
A legislative committee is considering a proposal that would revamp Alaska’s marijuana tax system.
The Anchorage Central Labor Council has never endorsed a candidate so far ahead of the election, and said defeating incumbent Mayor Bronson is its priority.
Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville has blocked more than 300 military promotions in an attempt to stop the Pentagon from reimbursing service members’ abortion travel expenses.
Alaska Public Offices Commission staff found that Art Mathias funneled $90,000 in ballot group funding through a Washington-based church.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy ordered the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden on Tuesday.
Popp spent 16 years in charge of the Anchorage Economic Development Corp., stepping down last week.
President Joe Biden spoke at a JBER 9/11 memorial in his first official Alaska stop as president.
Biden was met by Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy and Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola’s independent streak has opened her to criticism — and respect — from both sides of the political aisle.
Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan were the only two Republicans to vote to confirm Democrat Gwynne Wilcox to the National Labor Relations Board.
Stephen Colligan is the governor’s third attempt to fill the seat on the state university system’s board of regents.
Supporters must next gather petition signatures for campaign finance limits and worker rights, while nonpartisan primary measure is rejected
The White House rolled out the income-driven repayment program, called Saving on a Valuable Education — or SAVE — after the Supreme Court blocked President Biden’s earlier loan forgiveness policy.