The Alaska Legislature’s most junior member says this year’s 95-day legislative session shows lawmakers can take on only a few big issues in 90 days.
Egan says there was a lot of dissatisfaction with the way the Senate was run this year.
A pack of youths walked the halls of the state Capitol on Wednesday in a silent demonstration asking for more education funding.
A bill to address funding shortfalls for a state hazardous spill cleanup program died in a legislative committee Monday.
The need for major repairs has been well documented, punctuated by the occasional chunk of falling masonry.
The Juneau School Board voted Tuesday to contract Ray and Associates, which is based in Iowa with an office in Tacoma, Wash.
Juneau-based Alaska Robotics’ fourth installment of its satirical news series features its highest profile guest so far, Alaska Sen. Mark Begich.
Juneau Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich critiques the school system in his resignation letter.
Memories are still fresh of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. The tanker ran aground 25 years ago today.
The resignation comes with a positive school board evaluation pending