The Federal Communications Commission has approved the merger of Alaska’s two largest cellphone service providers. The companies prefer to call it a joint venture.
The … more
For the first time since it started in 1976, Douglas Island Pink and Chum (DIPAC) is operating in the black.
Does the cruise industry do enough to keep passengers safe? And how do we know if they don’t? Those were among the questions asked at a U.S. Senate Commerce Committee meeting on Wednesday.
A Southeast Alaska Native corporation and a conservation group are combining forces to try to spur sustainable regional development.
Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey Friedman last month told Hultberg her department had violated its own procurement code.
Sockeye began running over the weekend and the black bears are feasting.
A bill making it easier to build a road to Prince of Wales Island mines has gotten some attention in the nation’s Capitol.
Forest Service is livestreaming an underwater camera from near the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center
State labor officials say Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in June was 6.1 percent, compared to 7.6 percent nationally.
Alaska’s rate was up two-tenths of … more
The state’s Universal Space Standards policy is already under a microscope. An administrative law judge has said the state violated its own procurement code and, as we reported last week, the state’s biggest employee union recently filed a class action grievance over the new space standards.