The Associated Press
BP and Hilcorp spokespeople Friday said the sale, announced in August 2019, is now closed.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced his state will join a lawsuit attempting to overturn the results of the presidential election, days after Dunleavy said there is an “outside chance” Joe Biden will become the next U.S. president.
Critics have questioned the influence of sport-fishing advocate and Dunleavy supporter Bob Penney, on the decision.
The 18-year-old accused of killing four of his family members was previously charged with assaulting other close relatives, and now faces another charge of assaulting a jail guard.
Attorneys representing second-class boroughs in the state sent a letter to Alaska Acting Attorney General Ed Sniffen, refuting his claim that second-class boroughs can issue mask mandates.
Quinn-Davidson said in a statement Wednesday that the city discovered additional costs for roof replacement, plumbing repairs and foundation damages to the permanently closed gym that would significantly raise the price of purchasing the building.
Despite rumors of an upcoming hospitality shutdown, Anchorage Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson said there will be no new mandates related to the coronavirus this week, but left the door open for new orders if virus cases continue to rise.
A coalition of conservation groups are asking a judge to stop the project, arguing that officials underestimated the plan’s harm to local wildlife in their environmental assessment.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski said President Donald Trump has the right to go to court if he believes there has been evidence of voter fraud, but she hasn't seen any evidence from the president yet.
The major candidates in Alaska’s U.S. Senate race are making their last push for votes ahead of Tuesday’s election, with the campaigns calling Alaskans and knocking on doors and the candidates holding last-minute rallies and stops.
The owners of a Seattle-managed crab boat have reached a settlement of more than $9 million with two survivors and the families of four crew members who died last year when the Scandies Rose went down in the Gulf of Alaska.
The risk to voters who cast ballots early at the main administrative offices of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough is considered to be low, according to the Division of Elections.
The debate between the candidates for Alaska’s sole seat in Congress became contentious Thursday, with challenger Alyse Galvin saying she’s tired of U.S. Rep. Don Young misrepresenting her position on issues.
The facility is undergoing a 14-day quarantine.
The law is meant to help police track, solve and prevent crimes against Native Americans. It directs the Departments of Justice and Interior to consult with American Indian tribes while developing national law enforcement guidelines.
Tanana Chiefs Conference, one of the plaintiffs, said in a statement Wednesday that a federal review of the regional impact of the 200-mile project was “rushed, flawed, premature, and inadequate.”
A lawsuit has challenged the legality of a rule in Alaska’s Medicaid program excluding transgender residents from coverage for transition-related health care.
The bear had entered buildings and food caches, according to National Park Service officials.
The company applied for an extension of its lease holdings in order to make the leases more attractive to a potential buyer, not to develop it them itself.
Alaska environmental regulators are seeking additional money for the state’s oil spill response fund amid a review of requirements for petroleum producers and shippers.