We’ve all heard talk of how businesses need to change to succeed in today’s marketplace. A group of Alaska entrepreneurs shared their success stories at the recent Innovation Summit in Juneau, hoping to inspire others.
U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski says in light of the Kulluk’s grounding, the government needs to look at all aspects of Shell’s Arctic drilling operations.
House Bill 80 now goes to Governor Sean Parnell for his signature.
Former state Senator Albert Kookesh was medevaced to Anchorage Monday morning after suffering a heart attack.
Last August’s television production included 125 crewmembers that were put up in three Juneau hotels.
Despite advancements in tribal governing, leaders are worried about the coming sequester, and what it means for Indian Health Services.
Alaska’s congressional delegation today introduced new Sealaska land-selection bills. Both would turn about 70,000 acres of the Tongass National Forest over to Sealaska, the regional Native corporation for Southeast Alaska.
After more than five years of recession and painfully slow recovery, President Obama has sent a powerful signal that he thinks the U.S. economy is now in much better shape — good enough, at least, to provide workers with raises.
Hundreds of people rallied at the Anchorage Assembly chambers Tuesday night to protest a proposal by Mayor Dan Sullivan, aimed at limiting unions.
During a floor hearing Wednesday, Democrats made five attempts to amend the bill. Some received support from coastal Republicans, but all amendments ultimately failed.