Lisa Phu, Alaska Beacon
A bill introduced Wednesday proposes the highest single-year increase to the base student allocation, but some say it’s not enough.
A state leader cites multiple reasons for the growth of the backlog, which has no clear end in sight.
Some private schools publicize how state program can offset tuition.
A complaint filed Friday alleges some families have waited four months for nutrition assistance.
Two of three senators outside the state Legislature's supermajority do not have standing committee assignments.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy sees hundreds of millions of dollars in carbon sequestration.
Anchorage Republican incumbent Rep. Tom McKay still led Democratic challenger Denny Wells, after results were announced Thursday afternoon.
As Dr. carolyn Brown reflects on her past as an abortion provider, she said she struggles with how to define the beginning of personhood.
Alaska students stay steady in reading but decline in math since pre-pandemic, says national assessment
Math scores were down this year for students in Alaska from pre-pandemic 2019, according to results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
None of the 15 people to die in Alaska Department of Corrections custody in 2022 so far “died as a result of others,” according to Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
Ever since his brother James Rider became the 12th person to die while in Alaska Department of Corrections custody, Mike Cox has been seeking answers from DOC.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission says a group supporting Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s reelection has refused to respond to requests for information.
Members of the Alaska Friends Conference of the Religious Society of Friends formally read the apology out loud on Friday at the former site of the Quaker-established mission school, which is now Sayéik Gastineau elementary school.
Learning the language at University of Alaska Southeast has been key to Dave Ketah’s journey
Lewey Matoomealook, 37, and Marcus Gillion, 48, are the 13th and 14th inmates to die in Alaska Department of Corrections custody this year.
The total amount coming to state and local governments in Alaska is $58.5 million from drugmaker Janssen/Johnson & Johnson, along with three other companies.
Kelley's name will still appear on the Nov. 8 ballot with incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Republican Kelly Tshibaka and Democrat Patricia Chesbro.
Nastashia Minock and Austin Wilson were each in the care of the Alaska Department of Corrections for less than 24 hours.
The complaint alleges the university administration unlawfully declared an impasse, illegally implemented its “best and final offer” and engaged in direct bargaining with the faculty through email updates, bypassing the negotiation team.
How 26K+ votes left to be counted could impact the race to finish the late Congressman Don Young’s term
It’s unlikely Begich will overtake Palin for second place.
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