A draft Supreme Court opinion, leaked to Politico on Monday, suggests justices are poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. By Tuesday morning, national calls for action spread online for pro-choice rallies.
The removal comes after years of altercations between Eastman and fellow lawmakers.
Trailblazing Alaska politician Arliss Sturgulewski died on April 7 at the age of 94.
Oil and gas company Hilcorp paid federal regulators $180,500 for taking too long to inspect and repair dozens of leaks in Cook Inlet and on the North Slope.
Through the worst of the pandemic and personal tragedy, Matt Paveglio said he’s relied on the dogs for distraction, support and to get him out of his head and into the mountains around the kennel.
Patrick Dixon wrote his first fishing poem when he was stranded on land after the Exxon-Valdez oil spill of 1989.
Members of the largely Democratic majority caucus were discussing whether Eastman violated a provision of the state constitution.
This year’s U.S. Olympic cross-country ski team has deep roots in Alaska, with eight of its 14 members either from Alaska or skiing with Alaska-based teams.
Anchorage Assembly grills water utility manager for the first time since mayor temporarily shut off fluoride
He said the utility is officially neutral on fluoridation and acts at the whim of the Assembly and mayor.
Alaska Native students are vastly underrepresented on college campuses. When it comes to STEM — fields that are especially dominated by white men — Alaska Native students face even greater barriers.