Sen. Mark Begich says his opponent in the general election has moved to the extreme far-right on many issues.
In Alaska, where small medical practices are the norm, the new electronic records requirements can be a heavy burden.
Increasing arctic traffic and emergency response needs prompted federal officials to visit Nome Friday to get a first-hand account of what's happening.
Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz says the No. 1 way his department can help spur natural gas exports on the North Slope is by staying out of the way.
Anchorage Democrat Forrest Dunbar is hoping to challenge Don Young for Alaska’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Federal attorneys filed a motion on Friday to get King Cove's lawsuit thrown out of court.
Governor Sean Parnell has signed into law a piece of legislation to stop development of the Beringia International park.
In the U.S. Senate race, Dan Sullivan’s financial advantage over other Republican contenders continues to grow.
Republican Senate candidates Joe Miller and Mead Treadwell debated each other and an empty chair on Wednesday at Alaska Public Media’s Debate for the State.
Senator Mark Begich last week visited the three lower Yukon River villages of Marshall, Alakanak, and Emmonak. He heard from dozens of people about infrastructure needs, and issues such as the importance of subsistence and the need for local law enforcement.