Politics

Federal Subsistence Board opting to determine Alaska communities that aren't rural, rather than those that are.

239 members of Congress wrote a letter to ATF Director Wednesday, saying proposed ban interferes with Second Amendment rights.

HJR 7, sponsored by Rep. Bryce Edgmon, says the Legislature is "vehemently opposed" to the idea of a massive maritime sanctuary around Aleutians.

Public media target of potential budget cuts

Feb 25, 2015

The Legislature is considering halving the amount of funding available for public broadcasting.

Skip Gray / 360 North

Alaska's senior US Senator addressed a joint session of the state legislature in Juneau Wednesday.

KTOO

District 37 Representative Bryce Edgmon joins from Juneau to take your calls, questions, and concerns.

Lis Ruskin, APRN

Congressional delegation furious over President Obama’s announcement that he’s seeking wilderness status for the ANWR coastal plain.

Walker's agenda on display in State of State address

Jan 22, 2015
Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska

Governor Bill Walker delivered his first State of the State address to the Legislature Wednesday night.

Pete Souza

President Obama's State of the Union address as prepared for delivery on Jan. 20, 2015.

Chris Hladick to join Governor's cabinet

Jan 21, 2015
City of Unalaska

Former Dillingham city manager will head Dept. of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development.

AEB

Community says there have been 16 emergency medevacs, including six by the US Coast Guard, over the past year.

Mayor Ruby's recommendation of Curt Armstrong was accepted with unanimous approval by Dillingham city council.

Mayor Alice Ruby hopes the council approves a new council member at the regular December meeting.

Halford, Hoffman to chair Walker transition

Nov 12, 2014
courtesy of the Walker campaign

Ana Hoffman and former State Senate President Rick Halford will guide the efforts as Walker anticipates being sworn in as Governor December 1st.

Following councilman Keggie Tubbs resignation, Mayor Ruby says she isn't sure how the council will vote Thursday.

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