Palin says she learned of divorce plans from attorney

Palin says she learned of divorce plans from attorney

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she learned her husband was seeking a divorce in an email from his attorney.

Associated Press
Republicans advance 3 nominees for open Alaska House seat

Republicans advance 3 nominees for open Alaska House seat

Jamie Donley, Melvin Gillis and Forrest McDonald are vying for the seat vacated by Republican Josh Revak. He was confirmed to the Senate seat that was held by Republican Chris Birch, who died in August.

Associated Press
Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan honor Veterans Day

Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan honor Veterans Day

Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan sent Veterans Day messages for those who have served the country.

Jennifer Summers
As tariffs soar, retailers wrestle with raising prices

As tariffs soar, retailers wrestle with raising prices

The U.S. collected a record $7 billion in tariffs in September. Some retailers say they have no choice but to pass on part of those costs to consumers. Shipme

CBS News
Alaska judge: APOC abused discretion, should enforce campaign contribution limits

Alaska judge: APOC abused discretion, should enforce campaign contribution limits

An Anchorage superior court judge has ruled that the Alaska Public Offices Commission abused its discretion when dismissing complaints and should enforce an Alaska statute limiting campaign contributions.

Elizabeth Roman
State ready to pay up to $600,000 for fight against unions

State ready to pay up to $600,000 for fight against unions

Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson is looking to Washington D.C. for help in defending proposed changes to how the state collects union dues.

Steve Quinn
Group forms to oppose proposed oil tax changes in Alaska

Group forms to oppose proposed oil tax changes in Alaska

A group has formed to oppose a proposed ballot measure seeking to change Alaska's oil tax structure.

Associated Press
Assembly makes changes to plastic bag ban, clarifies what bags are allowed

Assembly makes changes to plastic bag ban, clarifies what bags are allowed

Crystal Kennedy said the ordinance is both confusing and unfair as currently written.

Lauren Maxwell
Full interview: Native Peoples Action director urges funding for VPSO program

Full interview: Native Peoples Action director urges funding for VPSO program

Native Peoples Action executive director Kendra Kloster sits down with KTVA's Megan Mazurek to talk about the state of public safety in Alaska.

Megan Mazurek
Judge to decide whether to dismiss ACLU lawsuit against Dunleavy over abortion veto

Judge to decide whether to dismiss ACLU lawsuit against Dunleavy over abortion veto

Attorneys for the State of Alaska are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit against Gov. Mike Dunleavy over his controversial veto to the court system. 

Daniella Rivera
Dunleavy sued over soaring Pioneer Home rates

Dunleavy sued over soaring Pioneer Home rates

Juneau attorneys filed a lawsuit against Gov. Mike Dunleavy for increases they call "astronomical and untenable."

Steve Quinn
Recall Dunleavy group files legal complaint to appeal denied application

Recall Dunleavy group files legal complaint to appeal denied application

On Monday, the Alaska Division of Elections denied Recall Dunleavy its application, citing insufficient legal grounds identified by the Attorney General Kevin Clarkson.

Steve Quinn
House Democrats release transcripts of two key figures in impeachment inquiry

House Democrats release transcripts of two key figures in impeachment inquiry

House Democrats have released transcripts of the testimony of two key figures in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump, former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker and U.S. Ambassador to the E.U. Gordon Sondland.

CBS News
Report: Public defenders office struggles with retention, recruitment

Report: Public defenders office struggles with retention, recruitment

An eight-month review also shows the public defender agency is meeting its constitutional obligations

Steve Quinn
Governor, first lady of Alaska touring Japan on trade mission

Governor, first lady of Alaska touring Japan on trade mission

Gov. Mike Dunleavy is in Japan, which is the state's second largest exporter according to the most recent research.

Steve Quinn
Department of Law says efforts to recall Dunleavy 'legally insufficient'

Department of Law says efforts to recall Dunleavy 'legally insufficient'

The Divisoin of Elections, however, wrote the group seeking to remove Dunleavy had qualifying signatures.

Steve Quinn
Alaska governor cites Trump as he faces recall campaign

Alaska governor cites Trump as he faces recall campaign

A fight is brewing over whether Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy should be recalled from office.

Associated Press
Appeals court agrees Trump tax returns can be turned over

Appeals court agrees Trump tax returns can be turned over

President Donald Trump's tax returns can be turned over to New York prosecutors by his personal accountant, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.

Associated Press
Whistleblower willing to answer Republicans' questions in impeachment probe, lawyer says

Whistleblower willing to answer Republicans' questions in impeachment probe, lawyer says

A lawyer for the whistleblower who reported concerns about the president's dealings with Ukraine told CBS News he offered to have Republicans on the House Intelligence Community submit questions to his client directly.

CBS News
Rep. Josh Revak will replace late Sen. Chris Birch in Alaska Senate

Rep. Josh Revak will replace late Sen. Chris Birch in Alaska Senate

Alaska Senate Republicans voted Saturday to confirm Rep. Josh Revak, R-Anchorage, to fill the District M Senate seat left vacant when Sen. Chris Birch died Aug. 7. 

Angela Krenzien
Murkowski urges action for missing, murdered Indigenous women on Senate floor

Murkowski urges action for missing, murdered Indigenous women on Senate floor

Sen. Lisa Murkowski spoke about the growing crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women on the Senate floor Thursday.

Megan Mazurek
Alaska's Sen. Sullivan frustrated about military spending bill 'filibuster'

Alaska's Sen. Sullivan frustrated about military spending bill 'filibuster'

Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan was obviously upset on the Senate floor in Washington D.C. on Thursday over what he called a Democratic filibuster when it comes to military spending.

Joe Vigil
Fight continues to pass legislation for full military honors at veteran funerals

Fight continues to pass legislation for full military honors at veteran funerals

Alaska's U.S. senators have worked to push the Creig Sharp Funeral Honors for Veterans Act. But now the bill is caught up in political red tape in Washington D.C.

Joe Vigil
Fire and rescue chiefs: We won't send crews into dangerous situations with limited DOT maintenance on Seward Highway

Fire and rescue chiefs: We won't send crews into dangerous situations with limited DOT maintenance on Seward Highway

Some local fire and rescue chiefs are pushing back against the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities closure of the Silvertip maintenance station, located at the junction of the Seward and Hope highways.

Joe Vigil
Rep. Geran Tarr pre-files bill to shorten time to test rape kits

Rep. Geran Tarr pre-files bill to shorten time to test rape kits

A proposed law would require rape kits to be tested within six month — cutting in half the current requirement that states rape kits need to be tested within a year.

Bryan Dunagan
Sens. Murkowski, Sullivan sponsor bill for Defense Department Arctic research center

Sens. Murkowski, Sullivan sponsor bill for Defense Department Arctic research center

Senators Murkowski, Sullivan sponsor a bill to establish a DoD Regional Center in Alaska and the Arctic.

Bryan Dunagan
Federal approval of hemp program could mean long-term industry in Alaska

Federal approval of hemp program could mean long-term industry in Alaska

The Division of Agriculture director said Alaska is still finalizing regulations for its hemp program. The goal is to get farmers growing in the field by next summer.

Heather Hintze
President Trump tweets support for Gov. Dunleavy amid recall effort

President Trump tweets support for Gov. Dunleavy amid recall effort

President Donald Trump says Gov. Mike Dunleavy is being treated unfairly by Democrats.

Shayne Nuesca
New handbook shows Alaskans how to lobby lawmakers

New handbook shows Alaskans how to lobby lawmakers

If you want to let lawmakers know where you stand on state issues, author and political science professor Clive Thomas says to get in touch with them now.

Liz Raines
Twitter bans all political advertisements

Twitter bans all political advertisements

Twitter is banning all political advertising from its service, saying social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted, misleading messages.

Associated Press
Judge says ballot initiative focused on Alaska election reform can move forward

Judge says ballot initiative focused on Alaska election reform can move forward

A superior court judge paved the way forward for a group seeking to reform Alaska's elections, overturning a decision by the Alaska Divisions of Elections.

KTVA Web Staff
Anchorage legislators hold town hall meeting on university restructuring

Anchorage legislators hold town hall meeting on university restructuring

While university community has weighed in, a town hall meeting is scheduled for others who want to have a voice in the decision-making.

Lauren Maxwell
Rural communities get federal funding to fight youth homelessness

Rural communities get federal funding to fight youth homelessness

At the MyHouse non-profit in Wasilla, Governor Dunleavy announced Alaska will get $1.65 million to provide more services and programs for struggling youth.

Heather Hintze
Pebble opponents, backers take their case to Congress

Pebble opponents, backers take their case to Congress

A House Transportation subcommittee listened to disparate arguments over whether Pebble Mine can be safely built in a Bristol Bay watershed.

Steve Quinn
Former Lt. Gov. Treadwell announces new plan for marketing North Slope gas

Former Lt. Gov. Treadwell announces new plan for marketing North Slope gas

Treadwell joins former BP project manager David Clarke in forming Qilak LNG.

Steve Quinn
Late Sen. Ted Stevens honored with portrait in US Capitol

Late Sen. Ted Stevens honored with portrait in US Capitol

A portrait of the late Sen. Ted Stevens was unveiled in the senate leadership portrait collection in the U.S. Capitol.

Jennifer Summers
State senator calls for answers about management of Swan Lake Fire

State senator calls for answers about management of Swan Lake Fire

Sen. Peter Micciche, R-Soldotna, says it's time for answers in what happened on the Swan Lake Fire over the summer on the Kenai Peninsula.

Joe Vigil
Former assistant public advocate sues Dunleavy, Babcock

Former assistant public advocate sues Dunleavy, Babcock

Fairbanks attorney Kelly Parker says she recieved 33 minutes to clean out her desk after being fired.

Steve Quinn
Public begins offering comments on Roadless Rule proposals for Tongass National Forest

Public begins offering comments on Roadless Rule proposals for Tongass National Forest

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has released a draft enviromental impact statement that recommends a full exemption to the 2001 Roadless Rule

Steve Quinn
Two sides spar over ballot initiative designed to change election dynamics

Two sides spar over ballot initiative designed to change election dynamics

Alaskans for Better Elections wants to make three changes to election laws; the state says the three are not related enough and violate a single-subject law.

Steve Quinn
Resolution calls for increase to seafood inspections

Resolution calls for increase to seafood inspections

A resolution co-sponsored by Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer urges the federal government to increase imported seafood inspections.

Jennifer Summers
Murkowski bill aims to protect Alaska Native women

Murkowski bill aims to protect Alaska Native women

A new bill introduced by Senator Lisa Murkowski aims to help tribes protect and defend Alaska Native women. A pilot program under the bill would allow certain Alaskan tribes jurisdiction over everyone in their village, including non-natives.

Jennifer Summers
'Unthinkable': Community reacts to recent murders of Alaska Native women

'Unthinkable': Community reacts to recent murders of Alaska Native women

They were missing, before their loved ones learned they were murdered. Now, Alaskans across the state are still trying to process the violent nature of their deaths. 

Daniella Rivera & Steve Quinn
CIRI calls out Dunleavy for broken promises

CIRI calls out Dunleavy for broken promises

The criticism comes one day after Dunleavy pledges future collaboration.

Steve Quinn
Portrait-filled kuspuk captures AFN's attention, renewing calls for public safety

Portrait-filled kuspuk captures AFN's attention, renewing calls for public safety

Amber Webb's sketches of murdered and missing Indigenous women captured eyes and hearts of those tackling rural public safety problems.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy promises budget collaboration, more public safety resources

Dunleavy promises budget collaboration, more public safety resources

Protestors attempted to derail Dunleavy's first AFN address, but conference officials successfully thwarted the efforts.

Steve Quinn
AFN honors Bethel’s Pete Kaiser, Lyman Hoffman

AFN honors Bethel’s Pete Kaiser, Lyman Hoffman

Iditarod winner Pete Kaiser and saged lawmaker Lyman Hoffman inspired an audience at Carlson Center.

Steve Quinn
Lt. Gov. Meyer certifies initiative to overturn controversial oil and gas tax credit program

Lt. Gov. Meyer certifies initiative to overturn controversial oil and gas tax credit program

Lt. Gov. Meyer certifies an initiative to overturn oil and gas tax credit program, now needs 28,501 votes.

Bryan Dunagan
DOC to send inmates out of state due to growing prison population after SB 91 repeal

DOC to send inmates out of state due to growing prison population after SB 91 repeal

The Alaska Department of Corrections plans to send hundreds of inmates out of state starting early next year. 

Daniella Rivera
Regulation change would permit AG to defend governor in ethics complaints

Regulation change would permit AG to defend governor in ethics complaints

The state is taking public comment through Nov. 4 on proposal designed to "streamline" complaint process

Steve Quinn
Alaska Democratic Party backs Gross for US Senate

Alaska Democratic Party backs Gross for US Senate

If Gross wins next year's primary, he'll like face Republilcan incumbent Dan Sullivan, who is completing his first term.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy vetoes bill aimed at executive branch pay

Dunleavy vetoes bill aimed at executive branch pay

House Bill 48 received broad support, enough for a veto override if the backing remains.

Steve Quinn
Sullivan: Syria withdrawal leaves Kurdish allies vulnerable

Sullivan: Syria withdrawal leaves Kurdish allies vulnerable

U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan was in Juneau meeting with tourism officals at the Alaska Travel Indutry Association. He told the crowd to expect tourism relation legislation called the Visit Amercia Act.

Steve Quinn
‘We need a place for them to poop’: Anchorage Assembly considers homelessness issue

‘We need a place for them to poop’: Anchorage Assembly considers homelessness issue

Assembly members discuss possible contract for Bean's Cafe to also operate as an emergency overnight shelter in the winter.

Joe Vigil
D.C. delegation pans Trump's northern Syria withdrawal plans

D.C. delegation pans Trump's northern Syria withdrawal plans

Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan, plus U.S. Rep. Don Young posted social media comments on the decision.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage assemblyman talks tonight's agenda

Anchorage assemblyman talks tonight's agenda

What's on tonight's Anchorage Assembly agenda? Assemblyman Christopher Constant appeared on KTVA 11's Daybreak to discuss.

John Thompson
Anchorage attorney files suit, saying discrimination cost him US Embassy job

Anchorage attorney files suit, saying discrimination cost him US Embassy job

William Taylor last week filed a suit against the State Department and Department of Justice, saying the government rescinded job in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Steve Quinn
First Alaska Native on US currency revealed as Alaska Native Heritage Month becomes official

First Alaska Native on US currency revealed as Alaska Native Heritage Month becomes official

Elizabeth Peratrovich is featured on new $1 coin that goes into circulation in 2020.

Dave Leval
Forrest Dunbar is running for mayor of Anchorage

Forrest Dunbar is running for mayor of Anchorage

Anchorage Assembly member Forrest Dunbar is running for mayor.

Shayne Nuesca
Shuckerow giving up Dunleavy press secretary post

Shuckerow giving up Dunleavy press secretary post

The Dimond High grad has not announced his next move, but he has also worked for U.S. Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan, plus U.S. Rep. Don Young.

Steve Quinn
Alaska politicians react to US House impeachment inquiry

Alaska politicians react to US House impeachment inquiry

Alaska political figures are responding to the U.S. House's decision to move forward with an official inquiry to impeach President Donald Trump.

Shayne Nuesca
State, hospital association reach Medicaid payment settlement

State, hospital association reach Medicaid payment settlement

The agreement could mean some back pay for doctors who faced reimbursement cuts between July 1 and Sept. 30.

Steve Quinn
Superior court judge delays Dunleavy's union dues collection changes

Superior court judge delays Dunleavy's union dues collection changes

Judge Gregory Miller ruled proposed changes to how dues are collected would cause "irreprable harm" to unions.

Steve Quinn
Unofficial results: Juneau municipal election

Unofficial results: Juneau municipal election

Unofficial results for Juneau's municipal election are in.

Sen. Murkowski says Alaskans should feel sick about high rates of sexual assault and domestic violence

Sen. Murkowski says Alaskans should feel sick about high rates of sexual assault and domestic violence

Sen. Lisa Murkowski urged Alaskans to take a stand against domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

Lauren Maxwell
Dunleavy assigns Holland, Price to new posts

Dunleavy assigns Holland, Price to new posts

Amanda Holland will serve as acting budget director while Deputy Chief of Staff Jeremy Price has been named commissioner for the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy taps Revak for Birch's seat, puts off special session call

Dunleavy taps Revak for Birch's seat, puts off special session call

Twelve Senate Republicans must now approve Revak's nomination, the second for the vacant District M seat.

Steve Quinn
Marijuana banking bill passes U.S. House

Marijuana banking bill passes U.S. House

Young said marijuana businesses need access to traditional banking services and that forcing them to deal in cash can make them targets of crime.

Lauren Maxwell
Dunleavy announces change to deducting union dues

Dunleavy announces change to deducting union dues

The governor issued an administrative order setting in motion a plan that would force unionized employees to declare their intention to remain with the union and have dues deducted from their paychecks.

Steve Quinn
Sullivan addresses Pebble Mine permitting, fisheries disaster relief process

Sullivan addresses Pebble Mine permitting, fisheries disaster relief process

The state's junior senator says science, not politics, must drive the Pebble Mine permitting.

Steve Quinn
Union countersues Dunleavy, asserts collective bargain violation

Union countersues Dunleavy, asserts collective bargain violation

The Alaska State Employees Union and the Alaska Department of Law are sparring over how to interpret a recent U.S. Supreme Court case that ruled on an Illinios man's wishes not to have dues deducted for a union he did not support.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski firm on opposition to Trump's border wall emergency declaration

Murkowski firm on opposition to Trump's border wall emergency declaration

She says Wednesday's 54-41 vote represents a separation of powers positions; Sen. Dan Sullivan still supports Trump's measure

Steve Quinn
Alaska still wealthiest state in nation, new report suggests

Alaska still wealthiest state in nation, new report suggests

Alaska ranked number one in Truth in Accounting's Financial State of the State report released Tuesday, one of just three states to receive an "A" grade. 

Liz Raines
GOP Chair: Party's future to be defined by unity

GOP Chair: Party's future to be defined by unity

Alaska Republican Party Chair says differences over the Permanent Fund Dividend will eventually be sorted

Steve Quinn
Parents of Matthew Shepard push for stronger hate crime laws in Alaska

Parents of Matthew Shepard push for stronger hate crime laws in Alaska

Matthew Shepard was targeted because he was gay. He was beaten, left tied to a fence and died in 1998.

Dave Leval
No presidential preference poll for Alaskan Republicans in 2020 election

No presidential preference poll for Alaskan Republicans in 2020 election

The Alaska Republican Party says a presidential preference poll would "serve no useful purpose" for this election because the incumbent, Donald Trump, is a Republican.

Angela Krenzien
'It was personal': Rep. Laddie Shaw speaks on Senate vote

'It was personal': Rep. Laddie Shaw speaks on Senate vote

Shaw said he felt a little "snubbed" by Senate Republicans who voted not to confirm him to the late Chris Birch's Senate seat.

Lauren Maxwell
Rep. Shaw will not succeed late Sen. Chris Birch

Rep. Shaw will not succeed late Sen. Chris Birch

House Rep. Laddie Shaw, R-Anchorage, won't be filling the vacant seat of late Sen. Chris Birch after Senate Republicans failed to confirm him for the vacancy.

Elizabeth Roman
Dunleavy signs bill into law establishing Black History Month in Alaska

Dunleavy signs bill into law establishing Black History Month in Alaska

February is officially recognized as Black History Month in Alaska, after SB 40 was signed into law.

Bryan Dunagan
Sen. Lisa Murkowski issues statement condemning Saudi oil attack

Sen. Lisa Murkowski issues statement condemning Saudi oil attack

Alaska's senior senator says the Saudi oil facility attack is a reminder of the importance of producing energy in the U.S., particularly in Alaska.

Shayne Nuesca
Cokie Roberts, longtime political journalist, dies at 75

Cokie Roberts, longtime political journalist, dies at 75

Cokie Roberts, the daughter of politicians and a pioneering journalist who chronicled Washington from Jimmy Carter to Donald Trump for NPR and ABC News, died Tuesday of complications from breast cancer. She was 75.

Associated Press
Arduin Out: Governor's top budget official moving away from director position

Arduin Out: Governor's top budget official moving away from director position

Office of Management and Budget director Donna Arduin has been given a two-week notice.

Joe Vigil
Feds: ANWR lease sale set for this year

Feds: ANWR lease sale set for this year

As the Bureau of Land Management announced a prospective lease sale, the U.S. House voted on a measure to ban oil and gas drilling along the Coastal Plain.

Steve Quinn
Group seeks oil tax changes; industry warns of reduced investment

Group seeks oil tax changes; industry warns of reduced investment

With the state facing annuanl budget gaps exceeding $1 billion, a group wants voters to consider changes to the state's oil tax system.

Steve Quinn
Lawmakers take issue with Dunleavy letter to mining executive

Lawmakers take issue with Dunleavy letter to mining executive

Bristol Bay Native Corp. also writes that the governor failed to paint a clear picture on opposition to the Pebble Mine project.

Steve Quinn
'Nothing to do with me': President responds to Alaska service members staying at Trump-owned hotel in Scotland

'Nothing to do with me': President responds to Alaska service members staying at Trump-owned hotel in Scotland

The Democratic-led House Committee on Oversight and Reform says recent bookings at properties owned by President Trump may be at the expense of taxpayers.

Shayne Nuesca
Documents appear to show Sarah Palin's husband wants divorce

Documents appear to show Sarah Palin's husband wants divorce

Court documents appear to show former Alaska governor Sarah Palin's husband Todd Palin has filed for divorce.

Associated Press
Air Force disputes Alaska crew favored Trump Scottish hotel

Air Force disputes Alaska crew favored Trump Scottish hotel

Military officials are disputing a report claiming a joint Air Force and Alaska Air National Guard unit on a mission to Kuwait went out of their way to stay at a Scotland resort owned by President Donald Trump.

Associated Press
Group submits signatures in Dunleavy recall effort

Group submits signatures in Dunleavy recall effort

Supporters of the effort to remove Gov. Mike Dunleavy from office have reached their next objective.

Dave Leval
Alaska teachers want Secretary DeVos to think about her stance on education

Alaska teachers want Secretary DeVos to think about her stance on education

Alaska does it right when it comes to public education. How much impact will that play in future education decisions from U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos?

Scott Gross
Alaska fisheries lobbyist violates salmon fishing boundaries

Alaska fisheries lobbyist violates salmon fishing boundaries

Alaska wildlife troopers have confiscated catch from a fishing industry lobbyist suspected of fishing in closed waters.

Associated Press
Pioneer Home rate increases to take effect Sunday

Pioneer Home rate increases to take effect Sunday

Many residents will find their monthly bills thousands of dollars higher.

Lauren Maxwell
Tensions rise as North Korea may be building new nuclear-powered submarine

Tensions rise as North Korea may be building new nuclear-powered submarine

Submarine may be able to launch at least three ballistic missiles from underwater. Each one could contain a nuclear warhead, and be more difficult for U.S. to track.

Dave Leval
Hilcorp drawing criticism for Cook Inlet, North Slope work

Hilcorp drawing criticism for Cook Inlet, North Slope work

Hilcorp has been expanding its footprint in Alaska since arriving in 2012, but it has also been fined at least three times.

Steve Quinn
Tuckerman Babcock, senior advisor to Dunleavy, retires

Tuckerman Babcock, senior advisor to Dunleavy, retires

Tuckerman Babcock, a senior policy advisor and former chief of staff for the governor, submitted a letter of resignation dated Aug. 22. His retirement is effective Aug. 30.

KTVA Web Staff
Rep. Laddie Shaw receives nod to succeed late Sen. Chris Birch

Rep. Laddie Shaw receives nod to succeed late Sen. Chris Birch

Twelve Senate Republicans must now vote on Shaw's nomination.

Steve Quinn
Last bill by late Sen. Chris Birch signed into law

Last bill by late Sen. Chris Birch signed into law

"This is the stuff that Chris was focused on, moving Alaska forward for all of Alaska," said Gov. Dunleavy

Lauren Maxwell
When and how senior benefits will be reinstated for Alaskans in need

When and how senior benefits will be reinstated for Alaskans in need

The state says seniors can expect payments deposited or mailed out Sept. 1.

John Thompson
Sen. Sullivan optimistic about $5.6 billion BP-Hilcorp deal

Sen. Sullivan optimistic about $5.6 billion BP-Hilcorp deal

The former Department of Natural Resources Commissioner recalls courting Hilcorp to explore in Alaska.

Steve Quinn
Murkowski: Put BP-Hilcorp deal in bigger picture perspective

Murkowski: Put BP-Hilcorp deal in bigger picture perspective

Sen. Lisa Murkowski said it's important to understand North Slope operations have gone nearly 40 years without any major changes.

Steve Quinn

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