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Alaska bases could lose up to 78 civilian positions in the Defense Department's national downsizing effort including 62 at Fort Wainwright, according to the Army. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports Fort Greely could lose six positions, and Joint Base...
The Mayor of Anchorage has issued a report card on the city, but said he wouldn’t give out a grade, because that’s up to voters to decide at the ballot box. Mayor Dan Sullivan gave his annual “State of the City” address at...
79 Alaskans are facing a forced furlough after Congress adjourned Friday evening without passing a measure to reauthorize funding for the Federal Aviation Administration. Transportation secretary Ray LaHood said the flying safety of the public would...
In rural Alaska, a post office is more than a place to pick up mail. It can be the lifeline of a place, as well as its social core, says Cynthia Erickson, who runs the Tanana Community Store and grew up in Ruby. “The post office is the heart and...
Congress struck a deal Thursday to end the partial shutdown of the Federal Aviation Administration. The temporary extension will put thousands of FAA employees back to work, will get various construction projects back on track. The extension is good...
Channel 2 NewsSchool district officials from across the state are on a field trip to Juneau, trying to explain to lawmakers how extra help from the state would help avoid some painful cuts -- but some legislators think they've already done enough. Although most...
Tags: Laws, Politics, Sean Parnell, Alaska, Teachers
Concerns about what the closure of the Nikiski liquefied natural gas plant could mean for Anchorage include the loss of a backup gas supply during cold snaps -- but there's also a chance that other producers might decide not to explore in Cook Inlet....
Tags: Japan, Energy Resources, Natural Resources, Anchorage, Alaska
Across the nation empty apartments are becoming more prevalent. It's a combination of renters cutting costs by staying in one spot and poorly planned construction projects. But those looking to take advantage of that in Alaska are out of luck. ...
Tags: Condos and Houses, Rental Service, Apartments, Rentals
South Florida Sun SentinelQ: Is another long layoff going to result in another lackluster Heat performance in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals? It's easy to say that they learned their lesson in the last round, but not playing is not playing. Although Dwyane Wade benefits,...
ELLSWORTH-FURLOUGHS Military furloughs affect Ellsworth Air Force Base RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — The military's plan to furlough civilian employees to save money will affect an estimated 566 workers at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota....
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KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsDozens of McConnell Air Force families are expecting to be affected by the Department of Defense furloughs. Col. Mark S. Larson, 931st Air Refueling Group commander, said the $37 billion cut in defense spending will impact 152 federal civil service...
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