With so much money that will be spent on political ads, some state legislators would like to see stronger federal disclosure laws, so voters know who’s paying for the airtime.
Groups in Alaska working to sign people up for health insurance on the federal marketplace say the website is working much better.
A survey of oil company managers and executives has given Alaska poor marks for its business climate.
Premera Alaska won’t increase premium rates for Alaskans who decide to extend their plans for another year.
On Sunday, the Juneau Skating Club performed its annual holiday skating recital at Treadwell Ice Arena.
Arctic Power and Alaska Wilderness League are hard at work in Washington, D.C. One has been fighting for 20 years to allow oil development on the coastal plain of the refuge, the other working just as long to ensure that day never comes.
Alaska has its share of big science projects, to be sure. But to get results, science doesn’t always have to be huge.
Georgetown University took home the Great Alaska Shootout crown, beating the University of Alaska Anchorage women’s basketball team 92-78 in the championship game.
Last week, the Department of Law scored a rare legal victory when a bilge water case was decided in their favor.
Wrangell’s Christmas tree has come out of the forest and into its new home downtown.