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- 12/18/18--15:50: _Sitka Tribe of Alas...
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- 12/18/18--18:12: Farm bill’s untold story: What Congress did for fish sticks
- 12/18/18--19:07: Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018
- 12/19/18--09:19: Alaska Permanent Fund looks to pay investment managers incentives
- 12/19/18--09:37: Kenai Peninsula schools could soon form esports teams
- 12/19/18--11:55: Why Alaska’s US senators say ‘no’ to criminal justice reform bill
- 12/19/18--19:31: Anchorage biz supplies military women with practical fashion
- 12/19/18--19:42: Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018
- 12/20/18--09:12: Skagway mayor and her mother die after hit by DC tour bus
- 12/20/18--09:58: Former House members see pitfalls to narrow split, point to lessons
- 12/20/18--10:02: Trump administration takes next step towards oil lease sales in ANWR
- 12/20/18--10:05: St. Paul Island fears losing air service in Ravn purchase
- 12/20/18--16:51: Donlin Gold signs major wetland mitigation agreement
- 12/20/18--19:03: Crowd packs Eagle River school for quake recovery update
- 12/20/18--19:22: Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Dec. 20, 2018
A tribal government is filing suit against the state of Alaska, alleging mismanagement of the Sitka sac roe herring fishery.
Random drug testing has been mandatory for Juneau School District’s high school athletes since 2009. But among administrators, students, parents, and coaches, there doesn’t seem to be a consensus about its purpose or its effectiveness.
The national school lunch program has for decades required school districts to buy American-made food. But twice-frozen Russian pollock, processed in China, is on the lunch tray in many U.S. schools. Sen. Dan Sullivan pressed Congress to close that loophole.
Alaska Permanent Fund looks to pay investment managers incentives; Sitka Tribe of Alaska sues state, claiming mismanagement of herring fishery; Alaska governor examines gas line project before weighing in; Farm bill's untold story: What Congress did for fish sticks; Former manager charged with embezzling from village utility; As Alaska warms, the Y-K Delta heats up even faster; Schools’ need for technology outpacing funding for faster internet
Seattle is going to have a team in the National Hockey League, and for Alaska hockey fans, it'll be the closest U.S.-based team and one of only two in the Pacific Northwest.
The corporation and its board of trustees argue the policy could help recruit talented managers. But it’s up to Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration and the Alaska Legislature to make it happen.
District spokesperson Pegge Erkeneff said the decision to approve club-level video game — or esports — teams came after the Electronic Gaming Federation approached the district about joining a statewide league.
President Trump is congratulating the U.S. Senate for passing a criminal justice reform bill that shortens sentences for some federal inmates. But both Alaska senators voted against it.
Regular open enrollment closed December 15, but when FEMA issued an emergency declaration in response to the Nov. 30 quake, it triggered something called an exceptional circumstances special enrollment period -- and extra 60-day window to apply for health insurance via the federal exchange.
Gaps in the clothes and accessories available to service-members led an Anchorage entrepreneur to try meeting a market demand that's particularly acute for women in the military.
Why Alaska's US senators say 'no' to criminal justice reform bill; St. Paul Island fears losing air service in Ravn purchase; Alaskans see extended health insurance enrollment period following November quake; After big earthquake, aftershocks continue to rattle Alaska; Alaska man charged in bogus threat against Lafayette College; Donlin Gold signs deal with AMHTA to protect Cook Inlet wetlands; US future in Arctic hinges on expanding its icebreaker fleet, Coast Guard says; Anchorage biz supplies military women with practical fashion; Anchorage plastic bag ban postponed to March; Fairbanks borough installs energy-efficient LED lights at recycling center
D.C. Metropolitan Police say 61-year-old Monica Adams Carlson of Skagway, and 85-year-old Cora Louise Adams of Washington state were struck in a crosswalk on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The split is particularly tough for the people who want to be legislative aides, who have to wait to see if they’ll have a job.
One year after Congress voted to allow oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Trump administration has taken another step towards making it happen.
A statement from Ravn said they found out Dec. 13 that the Saab 340 they planned to lease from former PenAir CEO Danny Seybert to fly to St. Paul will not be available, but they are working to get their aircraft certified to fly to the island as soon as possible.
The facility is the first of its kind in the Norton Sound region and will have room for ten occupants. It will give elders in the region an option to receive services in a location closer to their home communities.
The company is trying to develop one of the biggest gold mines in the world in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. The mine, if built, would disturb 2,800 acres of wetlands. Because Donlin can’t restore all of those wetlands, it is required to protect wetlands somewhere else.
Anchorage School District teachers have a new contract after months of negotiation. While there's been a lot of focus on the salary increases, many teachers are just as interested in a change that allows for more flexibility in developing lessons.
Local, state, and federal officials were on hand in Eagle River to give information on how property owners should be filing damage claims, and what comes next.
Trump administration takes next step towards oil lease sales in ANWR; Skagway mayor and her mother die after hit by DC tour bus; Skagway responds to the loss of Mayor Monica Carlson; Alaska regulators approve rules for onsite marijuana use; What does the Dunleavy administration mean for the proposed Pebble Mine?; Judge backs Alaska elections division in disputed recount; Former House members see pitfalls to narrow split, point to lessons; Crowd packs Eagle River school for quake recovery update; Anchorage School District teacher contracts include updates for 'academic freedom.' What does that mean?