State lawmakers pre-filed dozens of bills on Monday in anticipation of the start of the 2013 legislative session next week in Juneau.
An Alaska artist has been charged with illegally selling and exporting animal parts, including seal claws, wolf bones, walrus ivory and polar bear teeth.
Anchorage-based customs inspectors say they’ll destroy more than 12,000 counterfeit iPhone connector cables and adapters seized last month.
On Friday, Congress passed the first of two relief bills for Superstorm Sandy. Money for Alaska was not in it.
Captain Mike Neussl’s departure comes on the heels of a decision by Governor Sean Parnell to scale down the Alaska Class ferry project, but he says that’s not the reason he’s leaving.
The number of endangered Cook Inlet beluga whales is up a bit from last year, but not enough to indicate a turn-around in the population’s … more
Petersburg becomes the nineteenth organized borough in Alaska. The first meeting of the Petersburg Borough Assembly will be held on Monday.
Juneau Veterans for Peace is appealing a recent Planning Commission decision granting a conditional use permit for an indoor shooting range at a proposed gun shop near the airport.
A five-person assessment team spent about three hours aboard the grounded Shell drilling rig Kulluk yesterday afternoon.
The federal government has given Hawaii conditional approval for running its own state-based health exchange.