- Alaska Public Radio NetworkMay 27 05:40 PM
Alaska Congressman Don Young will have a say in drafting the final version of Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s energy modernization bill. That’s because the U.S. House passed its own energy bill this week, to match the Murkowski bill already passed in the Senate. House leaders then picked Young to serve on the conference committee that will negotiate a compromise between the two bills. Download Audio
- Alaska Public Radio NetworkMay 19 03:55 PM
The U.S. House and Senate have passed appropriations bills that include numerous Alaska military construction projects. A release from Representative Don Young’s office lists projects slated for 5 sites, including over $213 million at Eielson Air Force Base related to the planned basing of F-35 fighter jets. The F-35 projects include aircraft hangars, as well as field training, munitions storage...
- Quincy Herald-WhigMay 16 03:53 PM
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Congress has passed legislation allowing for the sale of about nine acres of federally held property in Anchorage to the city. In announcing the bill's passage Monday, Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young said this would be a positive for all involved.
- Juneau EmpireMay 16 01:07 AM
Alaska’s congressional delegation responded Thursday to continued concerns from Southeast Alaskans about Canadian mine plans by asking Secretary of State John Kerry to look into whether environmental practices across the border are worthy of attention under a bilateral treaty. Rep. Don Young and Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan sent a letter to Kerry on May 12 requesting the State ...
- Alaska Public Radio NetworkMay 27 05:57 PM
In stalemated Legislature, 'Musk Ox' may hold the key; attorneys in Sockeye fire case ask for more time to prepare, granted; Young, Murkowski to do 'double whammy' on energy bill; researchers study economics of permit ownership, loss; Ruby Marine purchases Inland Barge Service as barge season begins; AK: Young 'Bio Blitzers' explore and examine the Arctic environment; 49 Voices: Bret Connor of ...
- Pincher Creek EchoMay 06 01:35 PM
The Pincher Creek Walmart put on a fundraiser BBQ Friday afternoon in its parking lot, drawing a large crowd and raising a substantial amount of money for the Red Cross' relief efforts in Fort McMurray.
- Dothan EagleMay 16 04:21 PM
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Congress has passed legislation allowing for the sale of about nine acres of federally held property in Anchorage to the city.
- Alaska Public Radio NetworkMay 16 04:55 PM
The federal government owns about 60 percent of Alaska, but its portfolio is about to shrink, just a tiny bit. Congress this afternoon passed a bill allowing the federal government to finally shed ownership of a nine-acre lot in Midtown Anchorage, once planned as the Alaska home of the National Archives. Download Audio
- The TruckerMay 06 08:08 AM
WASHINGTON — Add a list of 36 Republican members of the House of Representatives who want the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to put the brakes on the proposed Safety Fitness Determination rulemaking because it relies on data from the CSA/Safety Measurement System/BASICS programs.
- The Globe and MailMay 15 06:05 PM
Following B.C. audit, Alaskan politicians fear potential effects on water quality in transboundary rivers
- related to "Don Young"