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Friday’s announcement by UAA Chancellor Cathy Sandeen leaves the university’s presence in Chugiak-Eagle River diminished.
Four utilities and an Outside firm joined to create the company, but two large utilities aren’t signing on.
In a letter to the Alaska Judicial Council, the governor said its list of nominees was inadequate.
The study is in response to a perception that there has been a recent spike in suicides at Fort Wainwright.
The summary could be brief and high-level, but Attorney General William P. Barr said he would consider making more information public.
“Despite extensive search efforts, no sign of the aircraft has been found,” a National Guard spokesman said in a statement.
The defense argues the evidence isn’t reliable enough to prove that Linda Skeek was killed. Prosecutors say her husband killed her and cleaned up the crime scene.
Nicolas Petit, who dropped out of the race, says he believes a bad memory spooked his team.
The Golden Bears will meet a title-game regular in Dimond.
Police had temporarily shut down 3rd Avenue, between Post Road and Ingra Street.
Sunday marks 30 years since the disaster, at the time the largest oil spill in U.S. history. Only the 2010 Deep Water Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has eclipsed it.
The anonymous commercials, at a cost of about $9,000, are airing in Kenai, Wasilla and Fairbanks ahead of public meetings.
Anchorage School District officials say student who had a BB gun was not a threat.
The musk ox appeared to be a yearling without horns, the man said.
She had recently been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Not much is publicly known about the mystery owner of the birds, and the family wants to keep his identity private.
School Board candidates give thoughts on ways to boost overall student performance at ASD.
Assembly candidates describe their approach to a hypothetical 10 percent cut.