The governor will deliver his address before a joint session of the Alaska Legislature. Here's how to watch the speech live and what to expect from the annual address.
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A press conference by Gov. Mike Dunleavy on the 2022 legislative session quickly pivoted to questions by reporters on the firing of the Permanent Fund's director.
Angela Rodell, who oversaw Alaska's $80 billion investment fund, said "I believe my removal to be political retribution."
Alaska's oil and gas industry will be central to energy policy for the next 50 to 100 years as renewables are fully developed, Gov. Mike Dunleavy said in a keynote speech before the Alaska Oil and Gas Association.
Former President Trump conditionally supports Gov. Mike Dunleavy. And President Biden moves to limit financing for overseas coal power plants.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced more pandemic-related relief funds for the Alaska Travel Industry Association for promotion campaigns that feature Alaska as a premiere vacation destination.
A governor's task force has made recommendations for expanding affordable, high-speed internet service in Alaska.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has added five local government officials to the Advisory Council on Opioid Remediation, according to a news release.
Interior lawmakers interviewed expressed disappointment on the outcome of the fourth special session. They also talked about their priorities for 2022.
As a fourth special session ends, Gov. Mike Dunleavy criticized lawmakers for inaction. "The Legislature has done nothing," the governor said. Here are his remarks.