Union representatives say former Alaska attorney general Dan Sullivan dropped the ball in settling a professional malpractice lawsuit.
A regional committee tasked with advising the U.S. Forest Service on how to manage logging in the Tongass begins three days of meetings in Juneau today.
Alaska Natives and American Indians have to apply for a lifetime exemption from the healthcare law and the federal government is mishandling many of those applications.
Energy costs are rising and state and federal budgets are overstretched, putting pressure on communities in rural Alaska to meet their long-term energy needs.
It was the most harmonious moment of a night where the two candidates disagreed on nearly everything save the spelling of the Alaska state bird.
An ad running against Sen. Mark Begich attacks him on his support for women – exactly where he proclaims his strength.
It’s been just over two weeks since Russia banned imports of American food products into its country. Now, Alaska’s seafood industry is asking the U.S. government to strike back.
Conservation groups that threatened to sue the U.S. Forest Service over the Big Thorne Timber Sale have followed through.
The U.S. Forest Service issued its Final Supplemental Information Report for the Big Thorne Timber Sale this week, upholding its Record of Decision.
Americans for Prosperity announced yesterday it has paid more than $1 million to run a TV ad attacking incumbent Mark Begich.