Alaska did not receive any money in the Sandy relief bill that cleared the Senate Monday night.
The number of non-residents working on Alaska’s North Slope continues to increase, according to state Labor Commissioner Dianne Blumer.
Princes Cruise Lines has agreed to pay a $20,000 fine for dumping water from on-board swimming pools into Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in 2011.
When you think of cities with a lot of restaurant options places like Seattle, San Francisco, New York or New Orleans often come to mind.
This week, McDonald’s doubled down on its commitment to Alaskan pollock. The chain announced that it will stop using other fish and switch to 100 percent Alaskan pollock in all 14,000 of its United States restaurants.
Environmentalists from Alaska are hoping to persuade Congressional staffers Shell Oil should not continue its drilling operation in the Arctic this summer.
Annie’s Homegrown has issued a recall for all varieties of the company’s frozen pizzas, because they may contain fragments of flexible metal mesh.
The Parnell Administration wants to change another part of the 2006 cruise ship initiative. Bills introduced this session at the governor’s request would effectively allow more chemicals and minerals to be released into the water. Backers say the levels would still be safe
For the first time in nearly a decade, the state legislature is in a position where it could have to spend more money than it takes in.
Just one day after President Obama’s inauguration, Congress returned to the fight over whether to raise the nation’s borrowing limit.