A Pacific Northwest development expert says Southeast leaders are on the right track toward improving the region’s economy.
Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe is addressing the state legislature on Feb. 13 starting at 11 a.m..
The proposed Mendenhall Valley library has its first funding toward planning, permitting and design.
Even with the election behind him, the stakes are still high for President Obama, with his State of the Union speech. Host Michel Martin speaks with former Democratic speechwriter, Paul Orzulak and Republican strategist, Ron Christie, about what it will take for the President to hit the right notes.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
It will soon be illegal to hawk goods, services, tours, or food and beverages in Juneau’s historic district.
Wednesday at 3 on KTOO-FM, Andy Kline hosts. We’ll get a preview of a lecture series at the Alaska State Museum with guest Steve Henrikson;
A federal agency has rejected a petition seeking to list 44 cold water corals off Alaska as threatened or endangered.
An attorney for Alaska Natives cited for illegal fishing is renewing his religious protection defense, saying the state could conserve king salmon runs on the Kuskokwim River while giving Yup'ik Eskimos subsistence priority to accommodate their long-held spiritual views.
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Authorities in the Big Bear area have traded fire with a man who looks a lot like Christopher Dorner, the California fugitive who police accuse of killing three people, the San Bernardino Sheriff's office said in a statement.