Invest in education is the rally cry of the week in the state capitol, as the Senate completes its work on the state operating and mental health budgets.
Secretary of State John Kerry is on an unannounced trip to Baghdad Sunday, and according to an official, the buzzword of the trip is “engagement.”
After four years of self-imposed exile, Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has come home. His plan is to run for office and reclaim political influence, but death threats and legal battles complicate his return.
Didn’t have time to watch or didn’t really care? If you’re not up to speed on the weekend’s news from the men’s and women’s Division I college basketball championships, but want to be armed with a few things to talk about if someone brings up basketball today, here goes:
Overnight temperatures are dipping below freezing and the forecast calls for snow, but cold, boredom and discomfort haven’t stopped more than 30 Supreme Court die-hards from camping out for a seat to history.
A bill that would require a longer probationary period for teachers has attracted opposition from labor organizations, who say it’s an attack on job security.
The executive in charge of Shell’s troubled Arctic drilling program is stepping down.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a warmer-than-normal spring for most of the United States.
Monday is the deadline for comments on Alaska Electric Light and Power’s federal application to investigate the feasibility of a Sheep Creek hydroelectric project.
Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll get the details about Saturday’s reading by Ishmael Hope, Defenders of Alaska … more