Recall Dunleavy organizers receive booklets, can start gathering signatures

Signature gathering for the campaign to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy is about to begin.

Murkowski: Ready to move beyond the ‘ugly’ politics of impeachment

In public remarks during this latest congressional recess, Sen. Murkowski has openly acknowledged that the past few months have not been among her best as a lawmaker.

In the YK Delta, a murder acquittal gives one young man his life back, while miles away, a mother grieves her son

Adam Williams, the young man who shot and Eliza Wassillie’s son in 2017, was acquitted on murder charges. She is still looking for justice.

As REAL ID deadline looms, concerns from rural Alaska grow louder

Lawmakers and state officials haven’t figured out how to help rural Alaskans get their IDs. Many, if not most, rural residents will need access to flights for medical appointments or emergencies at some point.

It’ll take more than money to bring the Alaska Marine Highway back to life

The ferry system is completely offline right now, with residents facing empty shelves and upended plans. Temporary contractors may help in the short term, but what will it cost Alaskans and what's the long term solution?
Above: Most of Anchorage is currently covered in ice, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to ski. Junior Nordic athletes at Russian Jack Park found decent, if not ideal, skiing conditions on Dec. 12, 2019. (Video by Joey Mendolia)

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