What's for breakfast? A simple question, that points to some basic differences in the human psyche. If you seek to better understand the underlying motivations of your fellow breakfasters, you need a quantitative method of analysis.
JUNEAU - The Senate Finance Committee on Friday advanced a bill that would reject recommended pay increases for top state officials. Committee co-chair Kevin Meyer said he supported the recommendations of the State Officers Compensation Commission.
Alaskans have a tradition of upholding our sovereignty, at least in our rhetoric.
...volunteer Molly Box attributes to a lack of effort by the Juneau School District."You can't come in and do this 'take it or leave it' offer," said Box, an AVID teacher at Floyd Dryden Middle School. "The district has pretty much refused to...
L egislators are taking a break from the state capital while Gov. Frank Murkowski will keep pushing for public acceptance of his natural gas line contract negotiated with the major North Slope oil and gas producers.
A group of Senate Democrats led by Maria Cantwell of Washington state has threatened to filibuster a defense spending bill that would authorize oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
I've been updating my list of Things I Don't Understand, or, as we call them, TIDUs. You surely have a list of your own. Compare it to mine. Please note: this updates last year's list. There are very few duplications, indicating that the older you get, the less you understand.
JUNEAU - You can chalk Tuesday up as one bad day for a Fairbanks Democrat. Rep.
PHILADELPHIA - Peter Forsberg signed a three- year, $30 million contract. Also Tuesday, a New York newspaper virtually retired Wayne Gretzky without his permission, running headlines on both the back and front pages.
In a historic breakthrough Tuesday evening, the Alaska House approved what is believed to be the first regulation on the discharge of cruise ship graywater ever adopted anywhere.
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