After a week of Superior Court testimony surrounding a $1 million napkin deal between failed Alaska Dispatch News owner Alice Rogoff and former editor Tony Hopfinger, a key player in the lawsuit […]
The Canadians have come up with a uniquely Canadian way to save journalism: Let government do it.
A news analysis Five quick takeaways from the 2018 Alaska election: Number one: Two Alaskas The rural-urban divide is bigger than ever in the 49th state, but the idea that a statewide […]
One thing nearly all politicians share in common is this: They’re all about transparency until it’s time to be transparent. Here was Alaska Gov. Bill Walker four years ago in his […]
Alaska Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth has decided the 49th state should stay out of the fight over the Affordable Care Act because it’s unclear which side to join. Texas led 19 […]
The carcass of the now dead Alaska Dispatch News was dragged back into federal Bankruptcy Court Thursday with the wolves of the law sniffing still edible meat on the bones of what […]
Commentary The Alaska Dispatch News, the 49th state’s largest newspaper and most-visited online news site, is teetering on the edge of financial collapse, and some on the right in one of the […]
In the 49th state of the United States, home to legions of politicians who have complained for decades about what they call “federal over-reach,” Gov. Bill Walker has been slowly but steadily […]