In the blink of an eye, a section of a Washington state bridge—and the cars on it—was gone. The question after the collapse: Can it happen in Alaska?
Assemblyman Dick Traini sent a request to the city managers office Friday morning asking for a breakdown of how the $400,000 grant -- the funding for the ship's trip -- was spent.
Every year the city of Seward opens up its heart to enlisted men and women and invites them to go halibut fishing. (With photo gallery)
According to Neal Fried, an economist for the State Department of Labor, the uncertainty felt throughout America does not line up with Alaska’s business.