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:
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.
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.
One of the new, more controversial provisions – granting tribal courts jurisdiction over non natives for domestic violence crimes committed in Indian Country – has reopened a long-simmering debate about tribal power in Alaska.
University of Alaska would like to sell the downtown office and classroom building
The NCAA tournament got off to a stunning start on Thursday: Harvard, known more for its brains and seeded No. 14, sent No. 3 New Mexico packing with a 62-68 win.
Traditional Native garment is worn by legislators, staff as a symbol of Alaska’s diverse people and cultures
On March 15, volunteers with the Iditarod Trail Committee discovered a five-year-old husky had been buried and asphyxiated by drifting snow in Unalakleet.
A healthcare organization with thousands of patients in Southeast Alaska expects a massive hit to its budget.
The Gold Medal Basketball Tournament is happening in Juneau this week.