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 By Morgan Krakow    News    October 12, 2022

Wayward sea lion crosses the road in Valdez - twice

An out-of-place Steller sea lion stopped traffic in the Prince William Sound community of Valdez last Friday morning, making for a memorable shift for patrol Sgt. Chad Clements with the Valdez Police Department. Clements said officers began getting...


Dunleavy opposes federal student loan forgiveness

Gov. Mike Dunleavy has joined a group of other Republican governors in signing a letter to President Joe Biden opposing a recent move to forgive some student loan debt to eligible Americans. Biden announced his administration would relieve $10,000...

 By Morgan Krakow    News    August 17, 2022

School bus driver shortage forces Anchorage, Mat-Su to reduce service

The Anchorage School District is dealing with such a severe bus driver shortage that nearly all students will be without bus service for weeks at a time, officials announced last week. There are only enough drivers to serve 7,000 of the district’s...

 By Morgan Krakow    News    July 6, 2022

End to pandemic orders will cut food stamp aid to 56,000 Alaska households

Tens of thousands of Alaskans will lose access to expanded food stamp benefits in September after the state ends its public health emergency in July. The end of additional benefits under the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program comes as...


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