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  • Governor Dunleavy on Shaw Rejection: Senate Appears to Be Pushing Political Litmus Test on PFD Sep 20, 2019
    “Laddie Shaw is Well-Qualified, There’s No Question”  Governor Michael J. Dunleavy gives an update after a majority of Senate Republicans failed to confirm Rep. Laddie Shaw to Senate District M. Youtube (Anchorage, AK) – Alaska Governor Michael J. Dunleavy Thursday shared the following statement after Senate Republicans rejected the confirmation of Representative Laddie Shaw […]
  • Murkowski Continues Fight for Clear Labels on GE Salmon Sep 20, 2019
    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), a member of the Appropriations Committee, Thursday announced a provision within the Agriculture Appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2020 to prevent the introduction of genetically engineered (GE) salmon to the U.S. market until a consumer study is completed, determining the effectiveness of USDA’s recent labeling guidelines for […]
  • Dunleavy Signs Senate Bill 40, Establishes February as Black History Month in Alaska Sep 20, 2019
    (Anchorage, AK) – At a signing ceremony held today at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Living Memorial in Anchorage, Alaska Governor Michael J. Dunleavy signed into law Senate Bill 40 establishing the month of February each year as Black History Month in Alaska.  SB 40, sponsored by Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson, honors and recognizes the […]
  • Governor’s Senate Appointment Not Confirmed by Senate Republicans Sep 20, 2019
    ANCHORAGE – Thursday, Governor Mike Dunleavy’s appointment to Senate District M, Representative Laddie Shaw, did not receive the majority vote of approval from Senate Republicans needed to be confirmed to the seat.   On August 7, a vacancy was left in Senate District M when Senator Chris Birch died suddenly from an aortic dissection.    […]
  • Car Thief takes Troopers, Police on Car Chase Through Homer Sep 20, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers report that they were taken on a high-speed chase on the lower Kenai Peninsula on Tuesday that resulted in the arrest of an Anchorage/Anchor Point man. A trooper, while conducting a traffic stop at 3:50 pm was contacted by a man who reported that his 2000 GMC pickup had just been stolen. […]
  • Remains of Tuntutuliak Boater Found in Kuskokwim River Sep 19, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers report that a boater on the Kuskokwim River upriver from Tuntutuliak found the remains of 29-year-old Patrick Nick, who had disappeared on September 4th  in that general area. He was found on Monday afternoon. Nick’s remains have been sent to the State Medical Examiner for autopsy. At 12:44 am Alaska State Troopers […]
  • Anchorage Man Jailed after Attacking Juveniles with Knife Sep 19, 2019
    A 25-year-old Anchorage man was arrested on multiple assault charges after two juveniles were injured in an altercation involving a knife at the Taku Lake Park on Tuesday evening. According to the report, a man on a bike, later identified as Christian Scherch, approached three juveniles at the park. Initial indications show that the man […]
  • House Democrats’ Bill A Monumental Step Towards Lower Drug Prices For American Families Sep 19, 2019
    Speaker Pelosi, House Democrats Unveil Historic Legislation Today That Will Drastically Lower Drug Prices While Republicans Continue Defending Status Quo  Washington, DC – Thursday Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats formally unveiled the Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3), historic legislation that will drastically lower prescription drug costs and hold insurance companies accountable. Protect Our Care […]
  • Limited Ferry Schedule a Health and Safety Issue for Coastal Alaskans, Not Just an ‘inconvenience’ Sep 19, 2019
    Rep. Stutes: ‘For many families, the ferry system provides the only access to medical care’ KODIAK – Rep. Louise Stutes, co-chair of the House Transportation Committee, Wednesday released a statement correcting an inaccurate claim from a senior Dunleavy Administration official who told a reporter that depriving communities of winter access to the Alaska Marine Highway […]


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Former Producer at Fox Affiliate Kills Self in Fox News Protest

Former Producer at Fox Affiliate Kills Self in Fox News Protest

Former producer at Fox 7-Austin, Phillip Perea, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest after shooting himself outside the main Fox Corporation headquarters in New York after handing…

Inmate Dies During Intake at Anchorage Correctional Complex

Inmate Dies During Intake at Anchorage Correctional Complex

Alaska State Troopers report that they were notified of the death of an inmate at the Anchorage Correctional Center early this morning after being contacted by the facility at 1:32…

Fifth NASA Sounding Rocket Launches Successfully from Poker Flat

Fifth NASA Sounding Rocket Launches Successfully from Poker Flat

On day 15, of the 15-day window for five launches of sub-orbital sounding rockets saw the launch of the Aural Spatial Structures Probe, or ASSP aboard a NASA Oriole IV…

President’s Proposal to Block Beaufort/Chukchi Oil/Gas Development Draws Quick Criticism

President’s Proposal to Block Beaufort/Chukchi Oil/Gas Development Draws Quick Criticism

Even while opening up areas of the Atlantic in areas that included off-shore Virginia, North and South Carolina and Georgia, to off-shore drilling for oil, President Obama revealed his plan…

‘Superman,’ Three Mail Theft Co-Conspirators Charged in 18-Count Indictment

‘Superman,’ Three Mail Theft Co-Conspirators Charged in 18-Count Indictment

An 18-count indictment, that included  conspiracy, theft of mail, credit card fraud, bank fraud, counterfeit securities, aggravated identity theft, trafficking in methamphetamine, and being a felon in possession of firearms,…

New Message with Latest ISIS Demands Released to YouTube Tuesday

New Message with Latest ISIS Demands Released to YouTube Tuesday

A message appeared on the Internet on Tuesday, possibly from ISIS, stating that Japanese journalist, Kenji Goto, and Jordanian pilot, First Lt. Mu’ath al-Kaseasbeh, have less than “24 hours left…

Shoplifter’s Getaway Thwarted by Louisiana Cops

Shoplifter’s Getaway Thwarted by Louisiana Cops

A Eunice, Louisiana man shoplifted several items from a Walmart store earlier this month and then made his getaway in a motorized wheelchair belonging to the store, according to police…