City reassesses homeless services after alcohol tax fails
Anchorage's homeless coordinator said the city could have doubled homeless services if a proposed 5% alcohol tax had passed in this year's election.
Voters likely to approve Anchorage school bond
Preliminary results Wednesday showed the $59 million bond proposition was passing by nearly 8,000 votes.
Anchorage's proposed alcohol tax is failing, for now
Preliminary election results show that Proposition 9 is failing by a couple thousand votes.
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.
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.
Fish habitat initiative headed for defeat
Results bring an end to an issue that became a high-profile campaign issue for gubernatorial candidates Republican Mike Dunleavy and Mark Begich.
Election analysis: A day of X-factors
Alaska is famous for races decided by a handful of votes. This election is filled with X-factors — so many variables that only voters can supply.
Voters will get the final word on candidates, ballot measure
Voters will bring closure to lots of Election Day questions, be it who will serve as new governor, will a Democratic-led caucus retain control of the House and will a salmon habitat ballot measure prevail.
Salmon initiative brings out foes, friends
Supporters and opponents of the Ballot Measure 1 initiative widely disagree on what this measure means for resource development.
Voters will finally get their say on divisive salmon initiative
A protracted battle over salmon habitat measure now rests in the hands of the electorate
Salmon initiative cleared – in part – to appear on ballot
An initiative intended to strengthen protections against development for Alaska salmon habitats, challenged by the state, can still go before voters this fall – with some provisions omitted, according to the Alaska Supreme Court.
Celebrate Alaska Wild Salmon Day
Friday, August 10 is the official day to celebrate one of Alaska's greatest natural resources, salmon.
Lawmakers scrutinize salmon habitat initiative
A Senate panel on Friday heard concerns from Gov. Bill Walker’s administration over a ballot measure to update fish habitat laws.
Controversial salmon initiative goes to Alaska Supreme Court
Yes for Salmon would let voters decide if laws about salmon habitat and project permitting should be updated.
Pro-salmon initiative backers submits signatures
An initiative that would restrict interference with salmon habitats by projects like the proposed Pebble Mine near Bristol Bay is one step closer to being put before Alaskans this year.
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Judge gives go-ahead on Stand for Salmon measure
A citizen-lead ballot initiative cleared a major legal hurdle Monday.