Dunleavy takes fiscal plan discussion statewide in public talks

Dunleavy takes fiscal plan discussion statewide in public talks

Gov. Mike Dunleavy will sit down with Alaskans and explain his fiscal plan in several cities statewide next week.

Steve Quinn
Cutting state inspector could close Alaska's last dairy farm

Cutting state inspector could close Alaska's last dairy farm

“If there’s no state inspector there’s no commercial milk," said Ty Havemeister, whose family has owned a dairy outside of Palmer since 1935.

Heather Hintze
Lawmaker's crime bill targets repeat thieves

Lawmaker's crime bill targets repeat thieves

The chair of the state House's Judiciary Committee added a bill Friday to this session's growing stack of crime legislation, introducing a measure targeting frequent thieves.

Steve Quinn
House Finance to hold hearings around Alaska for comment on Dunleavy budget

House Finance to hold hearings around Alaska for comment on Dunleavy budget

House leaders say they want to present the state's fiscal situation to the public when it holds hearings in Anchorage, the Mat-Su Borough and Soldotna.

Steve Quinn
Proposed budget would eliminate housing, homeless services across Alaska

Proposed budget would eliminate housing, homeless services across Alaska

Advocates for the homeless in Anchorage say Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed budget would eliminate housing and homeless service programs across the state.

Cassie Schirm
Dunleavy aims to eliminate 'ocean rangers' aboard cruise ships

Dunleavy aims to eliminate 'ocean rangers' aboard cruise ships

Part of Mike Dunleavy's fiscal plan calls for eliminating a cruise ship environmental oversight program.

Steve Quinn
Prop 3 would upgrade Anchorage libraries, senior centers

Prop 3 would upgrade Anchorage libraries, senior centers

Proposition 3 is a $5.5 million bond proposal that includes money for Anchorage senior centers and libraries.

Lauren Maxwell
Alaska approves rules for consuming marijuana at pot stores

Alaska approves rules for consuming marijuana at pot stores

The state of Alaska has approved on-site consumption rules for marijuana in the state’s pot stores, after extensive debate over their details in recent months.

KTVA Web Staff
State senators seek rollback of 2018 ethics bill

State senators seek rollback of 2018 ethics bill

Some lawmakers say a new ethics laws creates uncertainty over prospective conflicts of interest and that restricts their ability to work.

Steve Quinn
Young asks Army to investigate Fort Wainwright suicides

Young asks Army to investigate Fort Wainwright suicides

Alaska’s sole U.S. representative is asking Army medical officials to investigate a series of deaths at Fort Wainwright this year, saying they show the battle against military suicides “is far from over.”

Chris Klint
Trump signs sweeping lands bill with widespread Alaska effects

Trump signs sweeping lands bill with widespread Alaska effects

President Trump signed into law a package that combined more than 120 bills on public lands, creating five new national monuments and expanding several national parks alongside a series of Alaska-specific provisions.

Jeff Bridges & Chris Klint
To tax or not to tax alcohol: A divided Anchorage

To tax or not to tax alcohol: A divided Anchorage

If Anchorage voters say yes to a five percent tax on alcohol sales, it will cost you more to buy a bottle of wine or a beer at your favorite watering hole.

Rhonda McBride
Dunleavy says Legislature needs to produce a budget plan

Dunleavy says Legislature needs to produce a budget plan

Gov. Mike Dunleavy said last week it's the Legislature's turn to counter his proposal with one of their own, even as lawmakers still seek more information on his own plan.

Steve Quinn
Corey calls Schneider plea deal ‘horrible’ in Senate testimony

Corey calls Schneider plea deal ‘horrible’ in Senate testimony

The former judge who presided over Justin Schneider’s Anchorage assault case offered state lawmakers a blunt account Monday of the plea deal that cost him his job.

Chris Klint
Meet the candidates for School Board in the 2019 Municipal Election

Meet the candidates for School Board in the 2019 Municipal Election

KTVA asked the candidates for Anchorage School Board to answer questions about key issues in the community. Here are their answers.

KTVA Web Staff
Meet the candidates for Assembly in the 2019 Municipal Election

Meet the candidates for Assembly in the 2019 Municipal Election

KTVA asked the candidates for Anchorage Assembly to answer questions about key issues in the community. Here are their answers.

KTVA Web Staff
UAA students debate future of PFD, possible state taxes

UAA students debate future of PFD, possible state taxes

Students at the University of Alaska Anchorage discussed the state’s financial position Thursday night during the grand finale of the 12th annual Cabin Fever Debates.

Cassie Schirm
Surge in women lawmakers puts Alaska ahead of national curve

Surge in women lawmakers puts Alaska ahead of national curve

This year Alaska sent a record 23 women to serve in the current legislative session.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy to participate in global energy conference

Dunleavy to participate in global energy conference

Gov. Mike Dunleavy and some members of his administration will attended a global energy conference in Houston, Texas, next week.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy economist challenged on dual PFD positions

Dunleavy economist challenged on dual PFD positions

The Senate Finance Committee asked state economist Ed King about articles posted on his web site last year challenging assertions that the Permanent Fund dividend boosts Alaska's economy.

Steve Quinn
Young becomes longest-serving Republican in Congress

Young becomes longest-serving Republican in Congress

In a video commemorating his new record, Rep. Don Young discusses Alaska, his memories and his regrets.

Jeff Bridges
Lawmakers want deeper analysis from Dunleavy's budget team

Lawmakers want deeper analysis from Dunleavy's budget team

Members of Senate and House Finance Committees want to understand the effects of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed cuts.

Steve Quinn
Lawmakers question pot board pick on anti-marijuana bias

Lawmakers question pot board pick on anti-marijuana bias

Gov. Mike Dunleavy's nominee for the state Marijuana Control Board faced state lawmakers Wednesday, who grilled her regarding her alleged opposition to the pot industry.

Shannon Ballard
Keith Miller, Alaska's third governor, dies at 94

Keith Miller, Alaska's third governor, dies at 94

Keith Miller, who served as Alaska's third governor, has died. He was 94.

Associated Press
Proposal would put education funding schedule into Alaska’s Constitution

Proposal would put education funding schedule into Alaska’s Constitution

An Anchorage state senator has moved to constitutionally enshrine a funding schedule for Alaska’s education system, which is facing widespread cuts under Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposed budget.

Chris Klint
Alaskans weigh in on Dunleavy's PFD repayment plan

Alaskans weigh in on Dunleavy's PFD repayment plan

A state Senate panel on Tuesday night spent more than two hours listening to Alaskans wishing to comment on Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposal to back pay reduced Permanent Fund dividend payouts from each of the last three years.

Steve Quinn
Von Imhof: Dunleavy keeping budget cards 'very close to his chest'

Von Imhof: Dunleavy keeping budget cards 'very close to his chest'

One of the state lawmakers most closely involved with the success of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed budget offered a stark assessment of it Tuesday, likening his strategy to that of a card sharp.

Joe Vigil
Dunleavy deploys small group of Guardsmen to Mexican border

Dunleavy deploys small group of Guardsmen to Mexican border

Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced plans Tuesday to send roughly a dozen Alaska National Guardsmen to the U.S.-Mexico border, following up on a pledge to support President Trump’s emergency declaration in the region.

Chris Klint
National e-cigarette bill resurfaces amid rise in youth vaping

National e-cigarette bill resurfaces amid rise in youth vaping

Senator Lisa Murkowski joins other congresspeople in trying to legislate flavoring in e-cigarettes and cigars, after sharp increases in teen/child vaping.

Jeff Bridges
Public invited to comment on Dunleavy's PFD bills

Public invited to comment on Dunleavy's PFD bills

Gov. Mike Dunleavy believes Alaskans should receive back pay from reduced Permanent Fund dividends.

Steve Quinn
Whittier residents brace for Dunleavy budget's ferry cuts

Whittier residents brace for Dunleavy budget's ferry cuts

As Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget proposes deep cuts to state ferry service, residents of one Southcentral Alaska port fear what the blow could mean for their community.

Dave Leval
Snowmachine trail maintenance funding cut from Dunleavy budget

Snowmachine trail maintenance funding cut from Dunleavy budget

State snowmachine registration fees have been used to fund trail grooming for years – but that would change under Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed budget.

Heather Hintze
Disparate budget views in House beginning to show

Disparate budget views in House beginning to show

Differing views on Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget are beginning to emerge between the House majority and minority caucuses.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage group wants full release of Mueller report

Anchorage group wants full release of Mueller report

Demonstrators gathered Thursday in Anchorage, unveiling a sign listing the more than 100 allegations under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller.

Cassie Schirm
Juneau manager says Dunleavy budget hits cities hard

Juneau manager says Dunleavy budget hits cities hard

Juneau City Manager Rorie Watt says the impact of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's proposed budget cannot be fully gauged yet, with unknowns surrounding the Alaska Marine Highway System and University of Alaska cuts.

Steve Quinn
French says his removal from commission was a 'political firing'

French says his removal from commission was a 'political firing'

Hollis French says his a removal as a the chair on the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission was political.

Megan Mazurek
Ousted judge offers change to 'Schneider loophole' bill

Ousted judge offers change to 'Schneider loophole' bill

Legislation that’s become known as the "Schneider loophole" bill is set to undergo changes, including one suggested by the judge who lost his job over the now-infamous Anchorage assault case.

Steve Quinn
Full Interview: Dunleavy says budget is 'within the hands' of Legislature, people of Alaska

Full Interview: Dunleavy says budget is 'within the hands' of Legislature, people of Alaska

Dunleavy sat down with KTVA's political correspondent Steve Quinn on Tuesday morning to discuss various segments of his budget and initial responses from community and business leaders.

KTVA Web Staff
Union head: Dunleavy budget 'rips apart the fabric' of Alaska

Union head: Dunleavy budget 'rips apart the fabric' of Alaska

"The Dunleavy administration seems to be in a full attack mode with this budget that devastates just about everything that's dear to just about everyone in Alaska," said Alaska AFL-CIO President Vince Beltrami.

Lauren Maxwell
Dunleavy removes Democrat as Oil and Gas Commission chair

Dunleavy removes Democrat as Oil and Gas Commission chair

A letter Tuesday evening from Gov. Mike Dunleavy to Hollis French removed him from his post at the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

Chris Klint
House passes resolution aimed at blocking Trump's national emergency declaration

House passes resolution aimed at blocking Trump's national emergency declaration

The final vote of 245 to 182 fell largely along party lines, but 13 Republicans joined Democrats in supporting the measure.

CBS News
AG nom's opponents question clientele at confirmation

AG nom's opponents question clientele at confirmation

Gov. Mike Dunleavy nominated Kevin Clarkson to be his attorney general, but crictics say his work for religious-liberty causes should disqualify him.

Steve Quinn
Budget cuts could mean lack of legal services for low-income Alaskans

Budget cuts could mean lack of legal services for low-income Alaskans

The state of Alaska may lose more money than it saves with the decision of cutting state funding from the state's lone free civil legal services program.

Scott Gross
House Special Committee on Tribal Affairs is first of its kind

House Special Committee on Tribal Affairs is first of its kind

A new committee in the Alaska House of Representatives is the first ever to be tasked with advancing strategic partnerships between Alaska Native tribes and state government, according to a release from the House Majority Monday.

Angela Krenzien
Alaska's lone medical school may need state resuscitation

Alaska's lone medical school may need state resuscitation

Alaska's only medical school, the WWAMI program offered through the University of Washington School of Medicine, is on Gov. Mike Dunleavy's chopping block.

Scott Gross
Dunleavy quietly nixes Alaska climate change strategy

Dunleavy quietly nixes Alaska climate change strategy

With little fanfare, Alaska's governor reversed seven previous administrative orders, including one that established a state climate change strategy and task force.

Jes Stugelmayer
Murkowski says she's likely to back Trump disapproval

Murkowski says she's likely to back Trump disapproval

In an audio recording provided by an aide late Friday, Murkowski noted concerns she has raised about the precedent that could be set if the declaration stands.

Associated Press
Medicaid, Pioneer Homes part of major state agency cuts

Medicaid, Pioneer Homes part of major state agency cuts

Sen. Lyman Hoffman says Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget, including deep cuts at the Department of Health and Social Services, is "playing with people's lives."

Steve Quinn
Credit agency questions several Dunleavy budget proposals

Credit agency questions several Dunleavy budget proposals

In draft report, Fitch Ratings said some of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget ideas could hurt several municipalities and borough's borrowing power.

Steve Quinn
‘Elimination budget’ could end state ferry sailings by October

‘Elimination budget’ could end state ferry sailings by October

Lawmakers had sharp words for budget officials this week in Juneau, criticizing what one senator called an “elimination budget” for state ferries on track to end their 2019 sailings as soon as October.

Chris Klint
Alcohol, marijuana groups concur on keeping control boards

Alcohol, marijuana groups concur on keeping control boards

Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration is justifying a push to repeal the state’s alcohol and marijuana control boards as an effort to “expand entrepreneurialism,” but groups in both industries already oppose it.

Chris Klint
Appropriations bill funds new polar icebreaker, Alaska shore-side facilities

Appropriations bill funds new polar icebreaker, Alaska shore-side facilities

The appropriations package the Senate passed to end the partial government shutdown last month included hundreds of millions of dollars for a new polar icebreaker. Senator Dan Sullivan praised the move in a release sent Wednesday.

Angela Krenzien
UA president assures longevity while arguing to keep state education funding

UA president assures longevity while arguing to keep state education funding

"I'm not going to negotiate," University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen told the Senate Finance Committee.

Scott Gross
Dunleavy budget would ax agriculture development funding

Dunleavy budget would ax agriculture development funding

The governor's proposal calls for a complete cut of the $1.2 million agricultural development funding, which includes programs like Alaska Grown marketing.

Heather Hintze
Murkowski returns to Juneau for 16th legislative address

Murkowski returns to Juneau for 16th legislative address

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski on Monday made her annual visit to the place where her political career began.

Steve Quinn
House leaders announce committee chairs, membership

House leaders announce committee chairs, membership

The formation of committees enables the House to assign bills to respective committees and hold hearings.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski to deliver annual address to Alaska Legislature

Murkowski to deliver annual address to Alaska Legislature

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is set to address state lawmakers during her annual visit to the state capital.

Steve Quinn
Senate Judiciary Committee hears public testimony on sexual assault bills

Senate Judiciary Committee hears public testimony on sexual assault bills

Legislators are working on changes to Alaska's sex offense sentencing laws and Monday the Senate Judiciary Committee heard public testimony. 

Daniella Rivera
Dunleavy eyes repeal of alcohol, pot boards

Dunleavy eyes repeal of alcohol, pot boards

State officials say Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to repeal the boards tasked with regulating alcohol and marijuana in Alaska.

Associated Press
Dunleavy proposes repealing fish tax share to coastal communities

Dunleavy proposes repealing fish tax share to coastal communities

Dunleavy wants fisheries tax that is split 50-50 between the state and certain coastal communities to be changed so the state received the full amount

Steve Quinn
Debates offered preview of Dunleavy budget moves

Debates offered preview of Dunleavy budget moves

While Gov. Mike Dunleavy‘s proposal to slash education funding shocked school administrators, other cuts were foreshadowed by his comments on the campaign trail.

Joe Vigil
Dunleavy budget calls for massive, widespread cuts

Dunleavy budget calls for massive, widespread cuts

Dunleavy’s rollout set the stage for what many expect to be prolonged scrutiny from lawmakers, including the Senate Finance Committee, which begins budget hearings Thursday morning.

Steve Quinn
Former lieutenant governor Jack Coghill dies at 93

Former lieutenant governor Jack Coghill dies at 93

Jack Coghill, a onetime powerhouse in Alaska politics, has died Wednesday at the age of 93.

Chris Klint
Berkowitz: Dunleavy budget represents an 'attack' on Alaskans

Berkowitz: Dunleavy budget represents an 'attack' on Alaskans

The mayor of Alaska's largest city has added his voice to those criticizing Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget proposal unveiled Wednesday, which includes drastic cuts to education and health care services.

Daniella Rivera
Dunleavy grab for local oil taxes meets immediate resistance

Dunleavy grab for local oil taxes meets immediate resistance

As part of his fiscal plan, Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to repeal local property taxes on oil and gas facilities – and have that money go into the state's treasury.

Steve Quinn
Alaska lawmaker Edgmon changes party affiliation

Alaska lawmaker Edgmon changes party affiliation

Alaska state Rep. Bryce Edgmon has changed his party affiliation from Democrat to undeclared.

Associated Press
Dunleavy unveils sharp cuts in proposed state budget

Dunleavy unveils sharp cuts in proposed state budget

Gov. Mike Dunleavy unveiled an austerity budget Wednesday featuring widespread cuts to state spending, offering specifics on how he plans to reconcile a $1.6 billion deficit.

Chris Klint
House Speaker vote fails to break longstanding deadlock

House Speaker vote fails to break longstanding deadlock

The House adjourned Tuesday without a speaker and a formal organization — just one day before Gov. Mike Dunleavy will roll out his amended budget.

Steve Quinn
Fairbanks senator's wage tax would support education

Fairbanks senator's wage tax would support education

Sen. Click Bishop wants to bring back a worker head tax that was abolished in 1980, this time to help cover education facilities costs.

Steve Quinn
Knopp set to back a Republican state House speaker

Knopp set to back a Republican state House speaker

A 28-day deadlock could be broken if Gary Knopp backs a Republican speaker during Tuesday's floor session.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy's crime bill receives public vetting

Dunleavy's crime bill receives public vetting

Three of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's four crime bills have begun receiving hearings this week.

Steve Quinn
Senate taking close look at Dunleavy crime bills

Senate taking close look at Dunleavy crime bills

The public will gets its first chance to speak out on Gov. Mike Dunleavy's public safety proposals Saturday at 1 p.m.

Steve Quinn
PFD payback bills see Senate scrutiny

PFD payback bills see Senate scrutiny

The Senate State Affairs Committee isn't completely sold yet on Gov. Mike Dunleavy's plan to back pay three years' worth of Permanent Fund dividends.

Steve Quinn
State senators begin hearing Dunleavy crime bills

State senators begin hearing Dunleavy crime bills

Lawmakers have faced constant public scrutiny for passing a sweeping crime bill three years ago called SB91, a change critics say wasn't not hard enough on criminals.

Steve Quinn
State House considers compromise to end deadlock

State House considers compromise to end deadlock

Four members from the Republican and Democratic-led caucuses have been researching a way for the two groups to share power.

Steve Quinn
'A fundamental failure:' Lawmakers grill UAA on accreditation

'A fundamental failure:' Lawmakers grill UAA on accreditation

The Senate Education Committee heard from UAA about what led seven initial licensure programs in the university's School of Education to lose their CAEP accreditations.

Scott Gross
State House still without speaker after 2nd vote

State House still without speaker after 2nd vote

House Rep. Dave Talerico, R-Healy, fell one vote short Monday of the minimum 21 votes to become speaker.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski reintroduces bill expanding funding to tribal language programs

Murkowski reintroduces bill expanding funding to tribal language programs

Alaska’s senior U.S. senator recently joined some of her colleagues to reintroduce a bill that expands funding to smaller-size tribal language programs.

Elizabeth Roman
Sullivan: 'Bureaucratic issues' nearly cost Alaska federal quake funds

Sullivan: 'Bureaucratic issues' nearly cost Alaska federal quake funds

Confusion over the completion of Alaska's federal funding application nearly cost the state federal funding for earthquake recovery.

Scott Gross
Dunleavy's effort to force out-of-state sex offenders to register excludes juvenile crimes

Dunleavy's effort to force out-of-state sex offenders to register excludes juvenile crimes

A sex offender from Iowa said he chose to move to Alaska believing he wouldn't have to register as a sex offender. He was right — and it's a reality that would continue, even if the governor's crime bills become law. 

Daniella Rivera
Dunleavy makes second Admin commissioner appointment

Dunleavy makes second Admin commissioner appointment

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has promoted senior policy advisor Kelly Tshibatka to serve as Department of Administration Commissioner.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski, Sullivan renew push to label genetically engineered salmon

Murkowski, Sullivan renew push to label genetically engineered salmon

Genetically engineered salmon should be labeled exactly as such when they’re sold to Americans at supermarkets across the nation, according to Alaska’s U.S. senators who hope to make the phrase law.

Chris Klint
UA Board of Regents nominee withdraws

UA Board of Regents nominee withdraws

University of Alaska Board of Regents nominee Tammy Randoph withdraws consideration.

Bryan Dunagan
'Shameful': ASD reacts to state's latest budget proposal

'Shameful': ASD reacts to state's latest budget proposal

School district's react to news of a state budget plan that would eliminate $20 million dollars originally allocated to educators across the state

Scott Gross
Dunleavy proposes fiscal plan through constitutional amendment bills

Dunleavy proposes fiscal plan through constitutional amendment bills

Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants voters to have a voice in an prospective tax and spending plan changes as well and enshrining a formula for Permanent Fund Dividends.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy seeks $140M in post-quake disaster relief funds

Dunleavy seeks $140M in post-quake disaster relief funds

More than half of the governor's proposed supplemental funding is focused on disaster relief from Southcentral Alaska's 7.0 quake, as well as fire suppression.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski joins push to immediately pay furloughed feds

Murkowski joins push to immediately pay furloughed feds

Sen. Lisa Murkowski is among 29 senators urging the Trump administration to compensate federal workers who weren't paid during the 35-day partial shutdown.

Chris Klint
Alaska's federal workers to lawmakers: Get it right this time

Alaska's federal workers to lawmakers: Get it right this time

Thousands of federal employees in the 49th state are back to work — but will it last?

Dave Goldman
Trump agreed to reopen the government for 3 weeks. Here's what comes next.

Trump agreed to reopen the government for 3 weeks. Here's what comes next.

The short answer to how long it will take for federal workers to get paid is not entirely clear yet.

CBS News
Pot industry questions Dunleavy's Control Board pick

Pot industry questions Dunleavy's Control Board pick

The Alaska Marijuana Industry Association is asking Governor Dunleavy to reconsider appointing Vivian Stiver to the state's marijuana control board (MCB), calling her a prohibitionist aiming to halt industry progress. "The question is, why so early in the

Shannon Ballard
Dunleavy admin commissioner resigns over resume questions

Dunleavy admin commissioner resigns over resume questions

Jonathan Quick resigned Thursday and another pick by the administration withdrew after questionable social media posts surfaced.

Steve Quinn
Trump says he'll sign bill to reopen government for 3 weeks

Trump says he'll sign bill to reopen government for 3 weeks

Trump said that he expected Democrats and Republicans to cooperate on a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security, although he reiterated that building a wall was important to border security.

CBS News
US mayors to feds: 'Get your act together'

US mayors to feds: 'Get your act together'

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz joined mayors from across the country in Washington, D.C. to discuss shutdown, climate and disaster response.

John Thompson
Murkowski, Sullivan react to failed government-funding bills

Murkowski, Sullivan react to failed government-funding bills

On Thursday, senators failed to pass two bills that would have reopened the government, one proposed by republicans and the other brought forward by democrats.

Angela Krenzien
APOC mulls fine over rapid-fire disclaimer in pro-Dunleavy ad

APOC mulls fine over rapid-fire disclaimer in pro-Dunleavy ad

The Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) will soon decide whether to fine a group that backed Gov. Mike Dunleavy's run for office last year, over a disclaimer on a radio ad state staffers say aired too fast to be readily heard.

Chris Klint
Dunleavy declares 'war on criminals' during first State of the State address

Dunleavy declares 'war on criminals' during first State of the State address

"But let me be perfectly clear," he warned, "If you are a criminal, this is going to be a very dangerous place for you, starting now. I strongly suggest you get out while you can. No more coddling, no more excuses. Your days are over." 

Daniella Rivera
Dunleavy talks budget, crime, PFD in first State of the State

Dunleavy talks budget, crime, PFD in first State of the State

In his first State of the State, Gov. Mike Dunleavy says he will push for three changes to Alaska's constitution.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy delivers inaugural State of the State address

Dunleavy delivers inaugural State of the State address

A gridlocked House will not interfere with Gov. Mike Dunleavy's first State of the State.

Steve Quinn
Sullivan named to chair Armed Services subcommittee

Sullivan named to chair Armed Services subcommittee

Sen. Dan Sullivan has been named as chair for the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support.

Jennifer Summers
House stalemate won't derail Dunleavy's State of State

House stalemate won't derail Dunleavy's State of State

The House still cannot agree to a formal organization, but Gov. Mike Dunleavy's State of the State address is set for Tuesday night.

Steve Quinn

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