The U.S. Forest Service is proposing a fee increase at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center starting with the 2016 tourist season.
Aspiring pot entrepreneurs in Juneau can tentatively expect to have local zoning and land use rules that address legal operations in October.
A federal agency has approved distribution of the final $13 million of aid allocated to Alaska for the 2012 Chinook salmon fishery failure.
Federal regulators have agreed to put on hold the licensing process for the massive proposed Susitna-Watana dam in south-central Alaska.
Officials connected to Alaska's massive liquefied natural gas export project say falling oil prices haven't slowed it.
Authorities in Juneau are offering hefty rewards to find a vandal who smashed the window of a pizza parlor.
The Juneau Assembly on Monday will consider two measures restricting -- at least temporarily -- legal marijuana in the capital city.
Only half of the expected employees at the Eaglecrest Ski Area have been able to fill out their time cards this winter.
Bill Walker has put the oil and gas industry on notice that he will be doing things differently from his predecessor.
The Keystone Pipeline is the signature environmental fight of the moment.