Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Chief Justin Doll says APD officers are taught to intervene if a colleague is out of bounds, and to report fellow officers for any misconduct they witness.
Developers of proposed Pebble Mine offer dividends to everyone in Bristol Bay, hotbed of mine opposition
Register now, the company says, and payments will begin with construction. "Shameless" says one leading opponent.
We’ve had several questions from listeners about whether they can cross the Canadian border to go to or from Alaska. Alaska Public Media’s Liz Ruskin looked into it and has a few answers.
The Inspector General's report doesn’t include names, but it appears to be about Steve Wackowski, the top Alaska advisor at Interior.
She likes what he does but not what he says.
Can the corner office-dwellers let their masks down if the cubicle workers can't? Doing office in the coronavirus age raises so many questions.
The virus is spreading within the community, with one cluster of 12 cases centered on a single household.
Trump vows to campaign for any Murkowski challenger with ‘a pulse’ after she echoes general’s denouncement
Alaska's senior U.S. senator today endorsed a blistering denouncement of President Trump, praised political courage and yet suggested she might still support Trump.
Alaska’s congressman missed votes last week. He could’ve voted remotely but he doesn’t believe in it.
Rep. Don Young missed all six votes in the House last week. He could've voted by proxy, but he's suing to stop the practice.
The U.S. EPA has backed down from a confrontation with the Army Corps of Engineers over the proposed Pebble Mine
MTA has completed building Alaska’s first fiber-optic connection to the Lower 48 that does not involve an undersea cable.
Mayor Berkowitz says safety rules will improve confidence in the market. "We're not going to worry about whether establishments are 25 or 50, or 75% open."
A Pebble Mine foe found a video she thought would make headlines. It didn't.
Alaska businesses have received $1.3 billion from one federal program "That is a ton of money. And it still feels like it's not nearly enough."
If the courts allow it, Alaska Native Corporations like Koniag will receive a share of the $8 billion Congress set aside to help tribes deal with the pandemic. Some tribal leaders say the corporations don’t deserve the money because their mission is profit.
If you’re waiting to hear about an Economic Injury Disaster Loan, take a look at your 10-digit loan application number.
PPP is a massive loan-a-thon for Northrim. The bank has employees in roles they never expected to take on.
Canada is letting returning Alaskans through its border but “you need to be prepared to just keep driving," says Sen. Dan Sullivan.