JUNEAU - University of Alaska president Pat Gamble said he loves coming to work every day. But at age 69 - and with the university system in a position he feels comfortable with - Gamble said it's time to retire.
JUNEAU - The office of the federal coordinator for Alaska gas pipeline projects is shutting down after not being included in the budget bill that Congress recently passed.
JUNEAU - A U.S. requirement that American steel be used to update an Alaska ferry terminal is causing some tension with Canadian officials, potentially threatening the project.
...caring, knowledgeable group who reflect well on UAA and the Sitka campus of UAS," she said.Graduates are: Carrie Calvin, Becky Clifton, Sandra Huber, Julie Mauch, Alycia Miller, Roman Sorokin, Lucas Starbuck, Amy Valley and Amanda Walker.The 2016...
JUNEAU - Gov. Bill Walker on Monday submitted a stripped-down capital budget as a starting point for spending discussions amid a bleak revenue forecast.
JUNEAU - Slumping oil prices have helped push Alaska's potential budget deficit this year to $3.5 billion - an increase of $2.1 billion from what lawmakers expected in April.
JUNEAU - Ongoing search efforts at the site where a fishing ship sank in the Bering Sea, killing at least 27 people, likely will be measured in weeks, not days, a representative of the South Korean government said Thursday.
JUNEAU - Democratic Sen. Mark Begich bid an emotional farewell to the U.S. Senate on Thursday, saying he was proud of the work he had done and urging his colleagues to not let politics get in the way of doing the people's work.
JUNEAU - State health commissioner Valerie Davidson said it could be July before the state is in a position to begin enrolling Alaskans under expanded Medicaid coverage.
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, while a lawsuit is pending, must stop all work related to a process that could restrict or prohibit development of the Pebble Mine, a federal judge says.
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