Governor Parnell is asking the federal National Guard Bureau to investigate cases of sexual assault in Alaska’s National Guard.
A measure adding same-sex partners to a bill allowing military spouses to keep their driver's licenses was rejected.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is asking the Secretary of Homeland Security to make the Arctic a priority for the Administration
Begich singled out public school funding and constitutional amendment for state support of private or religious schools
On Tuesday, they conducted their fifth medevac of crewmen from floating processors in the Bering Sea.
The U.S. House voted Tuesday to restore a cut to the cost-of-living-allowance for retirees, and the Senate Monday voted to move forward with a bill to do the same.
Veterans and military members in Alaska and around the country have been outraged at Congress since December, when lawmakers passed a budget that would trim their retirement benefits, starting in 2015.
The U.S. Navy is seeking comments on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement that will update the Navy’s Northwest military training and testing activities, including the Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility in Behm Canal near Ketchikan.
Dr. Maynard Miller was 93 years old
Alaska will lose about 400 soldiers from U.S. Army Alaska operations and the announcement is being portrayed as good news from military officials in the state.