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Ranked Choice Vote Count, State Election HQ In Juneau

Ranked Choice Vote Count, State Election HQ In Juneau

We begin this Thanksgiving eve, with the final results for this month’s midterm election! The ranked choice vote count was live streamed earlier this evening from the state election headquarters in Juneau. A total of 12 races in this election had to be decided by rank choice tabulation which means no candidate received 50 percent plus […]

Safety Concerns Around Sullivan Arena

Safety Concerns Around Sullivan Arena

Yet another controversy for the Sullivan Arena as Anchorage grapples with dropping temperatures and the homeless. Your Alaska Link’s La’shawn Donelson reports: businesses and people in the community have growing concerns about the homeless people now staying at the arena. Businesses and community members are tired of not being heard as they voice their concerns […]

Port Of Alaska Update

We begin with the major face lift that’s currently underway at the port of Alaska. Your Alaska Link’s Ian Stewart has the latest on the progress. The Port of Alaska has been under construction for improvements for some time now. Steve Ribuffo was at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce ‘Make it Monday’ for him to […]

ASD’s “Dire Budget Crisis”

“There are no painless roads ahead.” That’s according to the Anchorage School District’s superintendent as the district struggles with a “dire” budget crisis. Your Alaska Link’s Jamie Holmes has the latest. Members of the Anchorage assembly joined the school board for a special meeting today. The main focus was, of course, the district’s $68 million […]

Grocery Store Merger Could Affect Alaskans

Grocery Store Merger Could Affect Alaskans

If all goes as planned, two supermarket chains could soon become one. But two state lawmakers here in Alaska are trying to stop that from happening. Last month, Kroger announced plans to buy Albertsons. We, of course, have both brands here in Alaska. And there are concerns that a merger could negatively impact us. State […]

Local Anchorage Business Helping Vets for Thanksgiving

Local Anchorage Business Helping Vets for Thanksgiving

A business in Anchorage is planning a different kind of Thanksgiving this year with the goal of helping veterans. Your Alaska Link’s La’shawn Donelson explains how the business hopes to give back to the community.  A woman veteran owned business called Elevated Oats has a new campaign called Thanksgiving Away. And the idea is to […]

Latest Election Results

Latest Election Results

We begin with updated results for last week’s midterm election. Let’s start off with Alaska’s US Senate race. While more votes have been counted, percentage-wise there’s not much of a change here. No one has hit that 50%benchmark. As it stands, Kelly Tshibaka is still on top with a slim lead over incumbent Lisa Murkowski. Second […]