Abortion remains legal in Alaska, but some lawmakers hope a constitutional convention could change that

The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly that abortion rights are guaranteed under the right to privacy in the state constitution.

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Officials urge residents to pack and make plans as fire moves closer to St. Mary’s and Pitkas Point

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has issued a disaster declaration in response to the fire, which has grown to an estimated 71,000 acres over the last week and a half.

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Experienced travelers say staff shortages and COVID-19 outbreaks are spoiling their Alaska cruises

Experienced cruisers say staff shortages mean they’re having less fun. But they were also surprised by how widely COVID-19 seemed to spread.

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Anticipating a busy election season, Alaska constitutional convention opponents launch early campaign

A new bipartisan group has launched a campaign to convince voters to reject a convention that could significantly change the state’s laws and government.

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Goldbelt is interested in financing Eaglecrest’s gondola and other expansion plans

City officials said Goldbelt Inc. is willing to put in up to $10 million for a slice of the gondola ticket sales. The particulars of a deal with Goldbelt would have to be negotiated.

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