The Heritage Foundation billed Dunleavy as a fiscal hawk with lessons for Washington. The recall campaign sees it differently.
Russia’s military dominance over Arctic grows while US treads water, security experts tell Senate panel
Russia and China stepped up their game in the Arctic this year while the United States is just waking to the strategic power competition in the region, experts told a Senate panel.
Drugs are getting into Alaska prisons through the mail, officials say. Now they want to give inmates copies, instead.
Alaska GOP Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration is proposing to stop giving state prisoners their mail -- instead providing them with copies to make sure that no "contraband" gets through with the original version, according to budget documents.
A bill advancing in the U.S. Senate aims to allow new maritime opportunities in the Arctic while designing a framework that ensures safety.
The Dunleavy administration argued that the funding violated the state constitution’s prohibition on dedicated funds, as well as the constitution’s provision for an annual state budget. The judge rejected both of these arguments.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy released a new state spending plan Wednesday that retreats from some of his aggressive budget-cutting proposal while still pushing for larger Permanent Fund dividends.
As the Arctic warms, one effect magnifies the next, and a way of life is threatened.
While the Alaska Constitution grants the governor substantial powers over state finances, they’re far from absolute, and the governor’s initial proposal often amounts to an opening offer instead of the last word.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy may again seek deep cuts in state spending, along with higher permanent fund dividends, when he introduces his second budget this week.
The Alaska Department of Revenue forecasts $187.3 million less in state revenue this year than it did in the spring.
A spokesman says Pebble remains confident. The parent company says it's lost $40 million so far this year, and has a deficit over $400 million.
Joshua Kindred of Anchorage sailed through his U.S. Senate confirmation hearing. "I thought he did just fine in the questions he was asked," one observer said.
Josh Kindred was rated 16th out of 20 candidates. In choosing him, Trump veered from the process Alaska's senators normally employ to ensure a merit-based selection.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy appointed Anchorage Republican Mel Gillis after Josh Revak moved up from the House to fill the Senate vacancy caused by the death of Sen. Chris Birch.
A newly formed committee charged with planning for Alaska's once-a-decade redistricting process will hold its first meeting next week.
Photo by http://www.stockmonkeys.com The administration of Gov. Mike Dunleavy has settled a lawsuit seeking to have the Alaska Hire...
Advocates for the proposed ballot initiative say it would promote more open politics in the state — but state Republican leaders say it’s unconstitutional.
Alaska’s senators want Congress to renew the Violence Against Women Act, but bill has become partisan football
Domestic violence isn't a red state problem or blue state problem. But passing a bill combat the epidemic has become a partisan battlefield in the U.S. Senate.
Congressional hopeful Alyse Galvin donned her trademark yellow blazer and gathered together sign-waving supporters Thursday in Anchorage for the first press conference of her new campaign. She announced a plan that, as Galvin puts it, aims to "get big money out of politics."
‘Savanna’s Act’ advances in US Senate; Aimed at mending police response to violence against Native women
The bill requires better data collection and fosters cooperation among police agencies.