Administrative Judge Benjamin Gutman reversed the suspensions of former prosecutors Joseph Bottini and James Goeke.
Dozens of federal, state and local agencies have a say on how development happens in arctic Alaska. A new report makes the case for doing a better job coordinating the work those agencies are doing as big decisions are made on important arctic issues.
The group Numbers USA aims to “educate voters” in states with senators who could play a pivotal role in the coming immigration debate.
His spokesperson says the amount Senator Begich returns will be calculated from the money saved from those furloughs.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has given the City and Borough of Juneau an August 19th deadline to adopt new flood zone maps.
The EPA is scheduled to release its revised watershed assessment for the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay sometime this spring.
A whole host of Republicans called on Young to apologize, including Senator John McCain and Speaker of the House John Boehner.
The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium is closing down its residential drug and alcohol treatment program.
With all the talk about the same sex marriage cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Senator Mark Begich has become part of the buzz.
Alaska’s warning communications system will be tested as part of Tsunami Preparedness Week.