Reports started flooding in from the far corners of the country – and even from the United Kingdom – of consumer craziness early this morning as long lines queue up for bargains on what has become known as Black Friday. If you are venturing out into the chaos, have a good breakfast first. Put on […]
Michael Ramirez is a two-time American Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist.
By Devin Kelly, ADN ANCHORAGE – The Anchorage Police Department is projecting a $3.1 million deficit for the end of 2014, largely a result of overtime costs stemming from reduced staffing levels, officials said. Read More:
By Pat Forgey, ADN JUNEAU — Legislators are planning to look into a recently revealed benefit for a new oil field on Alaska’s North Slope that the administration of Gov. Sean Parnell says is needed, in addition to the oil-tax restructuring Senate Bill 21, to get the field into production. Read More:
By Zaz Hollander, ADN PALMER — Ray DeVilbiss, a Lazy Mountain hay farmer, brought his fight to stop paying local road taxes to the Alaska Supreme Court this week. Read More:
By Chris Klint, Channel 2 News ANCHORAGE – Alaska State Troopers say a small plane crashed on the west side of Cook Inlet Thursday morning, with two injured occupants flown to Soldotna for treatment. Read More:
By Devin Kelly, ADN ANCHORAGE – A group formed through Anchorage Economic Development Corp.’s Live. Work. Play. initiative is preparing to release its first recommendations on how to address the city’s housing shortage, the latest step in a broad effort to tackle what is widely recognized as a housing production problem in the Anchorage Bowl. […]