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Cops in One Village Have Been Convicted of 70 Crimes. Here’s What They Had to Say About It

Cops in One Village Have Been Convicted of 70 Crimes. Here’s What They Had to Say About It

  YouTube video by Kyle Hopkins and uploaded by Propublica ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. STEBBINS, Alaska — No gun. No training. $14 an hour. If there were better jobs…

Governor Dunleavy Signs House Bill 14, Closes ‘Schneider Loophole’

Governor Dunleavy Signs House Bill 14, Closes ‘Schneider Loophole’

  Images of signing. (Click here for photos) (Juneau) – Today Alaska Governor Michael J. Dunleavy signed into law House Bill 14, legislation to close the final gap in the ‘Schneider Loophole’ that allowed for a heinous act of violence to be met with little consequence. HB 14,…

Senate Democratic Leader Praises Unanimous Passage of Capital Budget

Senate Democratic Leader Praises Unanimous Passage of Capital Budget

  JUNEAU – Today, the Alaska State Senate passed a Capital Budget unanimously for the second time this year. The Capital Budget, Senate Bill 2002, now heads over to the House of Representatives for consideration. The capital budget is vastly similar to the bare bones version that passed…

Illegally Dumped Fish Waste Invites Bears, Fines

Illegally Dumped Fish Waste Invites Bears, Fines

  (Anchorage) — With salmon arriving now in many Alaska fisheries, anglers and dipnetters are reminded to take…

ACLU of Alaska Sues to Reverse Governor Dunleavy’s Retaliatory Veto of Court System Funding

ACLU of Alaska Sues to Reverse Governor Dunleavy’s Retaliatory Veto of Court System Funding

  Anchorage, Alaska – Today, the ACLU of Alaska filed suit against Governor Dunleavy to block his administration’s…

Governor Dunleavy Amends Call for Second Legislative Special Session

Governor Dunleavy Amends Call for Second Legislative Special Session

  (Anchorage) – Alaska Governor Michael J. Dunleavy today announced an amended call of the second legislative special…

The Rulemaking Process for an Alaska-Specific Roadless Rule: What’s the Point?

The Rulemaking Process for an Alaska-Specific Roadless Rule: What’s the Point?

  The states of Alaska and Utah are currently seeking exemptions from the 2001 Federal Roadless Rule, and…

DOT&PF Seeks Public Review of 2019/2020 Winter Ferry Schedule

DOT&PF Seeks Public Review of 2019/2020 Winter Ferry Schedule

  Comments Due July 26th; Public Teleconferences on July 29th (JUNEAU, Alaska) – The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public…

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