Politics

Skip Gray / 360 North

Rep. Lynn Gattis (R-Wasilla) joins this week. 

Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham) joins this week to take your questions and comments from Juneau.

Molly Dischner

Justice Stowers offers thoughts on how Alaska Courts will manage budget cuts, the legacy of soon-to-retire Justice Dana Fabe, and the late Antonin Scalia. 

Sand Point looks to annex Popof Island and waters

Feb 19, 2016
City of Sand Point

The proposed annexation, not yet submitted to the LBC, would allow Sand Point to levy a 2% raw fish tax to help cover the cost of City services. 

KDLG

Governor adds $340,000 to fund Dillingham DA's office back to budget, but will the Legislature keep it there?

Rep. Max Gruenberg (D-Anc) dead at 72

Feb 15, 2016
Skip Gray / 360 North

Praised by members from both sides of the aisle, "elder statesman" passed away Sunday in Juneau.

Mircea Brown / 360 North

Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Craig Stowers delivered address to Legislature Wednesday, describing impacts of budget cuts to Judiciary.

Skip Gray / 360 North

House puts everything but the budget on hold for now, and House and Senate minorities propose unity government. 

Photo by Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska

Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham) joins to take your comments and questions live on KDLG. 

Skip Gray / 360 North

A new law may clear an impasse in a stalled human trafficking case against Bill Allen, the former star witness in the federal corruption probe of Alaska politicians.

Rep. Sam Kito III (D-Juneau) joins to for KDLG's weekly call-in show, discusses state budget woes and more.

Alaska Senate Majority

Sen. Lyman Hoffman (D-Bethel) and Rep. Bryce Edgmon (D-Dillingham) join to take your comments and concerns.

Dean Swope, KYUK

Emails and other documents show AVCP may have redirected TANF funds towards a flight school, elsewhere, not allowed by grant, despite objections by some employees.

A bill directing the State of Alaska to recognize protective orders from tribal courts is one of 31 pre-files released today.

Dillingham LIO to open for Legislative session

Jan 5, 2016

Just in time for the start of the Legislative session, Dillingham's Legislative Information Office will be open with regular hours beginning Jan. 18.

The second half of the 29th Legislative session starts Jan. 19, in Juneau.

The LIO’s hours beginning Jan. 18 are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More information on committee hearings and opportunities to testify will be available as the session gets started, according to LIO employee Katherine Carscallen.

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