Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
Scott Boneta, 33, resigned from the Anchorage Police Department on Thursday.
Prosecutors say Rosalina Mavaega and her husband falsely claimed their nonprofit would use the money to provide housing, treatment and training services. Instead, federal charges accuse them of depositing the funds into personal accounts to finance and pay off taxes on their businesses.
It’s the first time Graham has spoken publicly about her complaint — which has prompted concern about whether city officials are interfering with elections.
Assembly members say they still have a lot of questions about the election challenge.
Eddie Manuel Nunez Santos is alleged to have sent more than 150 bomb threats to school districts, synagogues, airports and hospitals across the United States.
U.S. Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan expressed "deep concerns." Congresswoman Peltola asked the FTC to block the merger.
The proposal would require additional reviews, analysis and reporting.
The task force is focused on three main topics for recommendations: licensing providers, background checks and the shrinking child care workforce.
The Alaska Department of Revenue announced the amount in a statement Thursday afternoon.
Mayor Dave Bronson said the city is struggling to hire attorneys because of competition from the state and private sector.
Mayor Dave Bronson has named Alden Thern as the city’s chief fiscal officer and says Courtney Petersen will leave her job as OMB director next month.
An Amazon spokeswoman described the Anchorage facility as a “last stop before packages arrive at customers' doorsteps.”
The Anchorage Assembly voted Tuesday to put more than $6 million toward the winter shelter plan.
Anchorage Assembly activates its subpoena powers to get information on controversial election challenge
It's a rare move, and allows the Assembly chair to compel witness testimony and the release of documents, plus pursue possible legal action to get records.
President Joe Biden stopped at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on his way back from the G20 summit in India and a diplomatic visit to Vietnam.
"I mean, who doesn't want to play Hamilton, right?" said Pierre Jean Gonzalez.
Alaska’s newest education commissioner discusses trans athletes, increasing child literacy and reducing turnover
Deena Bishop is just finishing her first month as Alaska's top education official.
Amy Demboski's sprawling 24-page lawsuit includes numerous allegations against the mayor and high-level city staff.
As of 5 p.m., the highest recorded gust in the Anchorage area was around 70 mph near Potter Marsh.