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Channel 2 NewsThe Kodiak Launch Center has been quiet this year. Too quiet. The facility, which is considered one of the finest anywhere in the world for for "small-lift" polar launches, has -- ironically -- not seen a launch since September 2011. Part of the...
The Associated PressU.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says federal budget cuts are coming and programs dear to Alaskans - highway and defense construction money and rural health dollars - may not be spared. The budget control plan approved last month requires a 12-member...
The Associated PressGov. Sean Parnell says he expects next year's budget to be in line with the state's current spending plans. Parnell tells The Associated Press he believes in limited government and fiscal restraint and doesn't see strong revenues as a license to spend...
Alaska's special session ended in dramatic fashion late last night, leaving the state with a capital budget that totals more than 3.2 billion dollars, and Alaskans without a Coastal Management Program. The House adjourned, which forced the Senate to...
Tags: Politics, Alaska, Juneau, Gary Stevens, Sean Parnell
Staff WriterLawmakers and their staff are packing up and heading home after a busy 90-day legislative session, which ended very early Monday morning. Legislators and staffers used every minute they could and then some -- no matter how fast lawmakers worked in...
Tags: Financial Aid, State Budgets, Laws, Justice System, Politics
Staff WriterThe state Legislature adjourned for 2010 early Monday, after the House approved a $3.1 billion capital budget in the waning hours of the session. In what could be big news for Anchorage, the budget includes $76 million in general funds to build a new...
Staff WriterThe state Legislature is facing a busy weekend with its 90-day session scheduled to end on Sunday. As of Friday evening, some big issues are still waiting for a vote. Lawmakers have been working 12-hour days and sometimes even longer, but with several...
Staff WriterAnchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan visited lawmakers in Juneau Thursday and says he is pleased the Legislature is showing support for Anchorage. About $470 million of the proposed capital budget will go to fix up roads, construct buildings and continue work at...
SACRAMENTO — State Capitol politicians may have an extra $3.2 billion to play with. Or they may not. It depends on whose figures you believe: nonpartisan Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor's or contrarian Gov. Jerry Brown's. I tend to have more...
Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — A string of unrelated events is highlighting divisions among Republicans just when they'd like to show a united front and take full advantage of President Barack Obama's latest political problems. Tensions between libertarian-...
AP Business WriterTOKYO (AP) — Japan's central bank says the world's third-biggest economy is "picking up" as demand recovers in other countries and remains resilient at home, though the trade deficit widened in April, for the tenth straight month. The Bank of Japan...
AP Business WriterTOKYO (AP) — Japan's trade deficit widened to a larger-than-expected 879.9 billion yen ($8.6 billion) in April as its weakening currency accentuated surging import costs. Exports rose 3.8 percent from the same month a year earlier to 5.78...
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