The governor cut just $66.6-million from the more than $12-billion spending plans passed by legislators last month.
Juneau Rep. Cathy Munoz would be in the same district as fellow Republican Bill Thomas of Haines under the latest plan put together by the Alaska Redistricting Board.
Some unemployed workers in Alaska are about to lose their unemployment insurance benefits thanks to federal legislation that ties the payments to a state’s unemployment rate.
Ferry system alleges the engines that were installed in the Fairweather and Chenega are defective.
Lawmakers thought they banned texting while driving in 2008, but some state court judges offered a different interpretation of the previous law.
The “Friends of Auke Bay” group says the roundabout project would make the area less livable, and destroy DeHart’s – a popular roadside convenience store and gas station in the heart of Auke Bay.
The Douglas Post Office has been spared – at least for a while.
A distracted driver was the alleged cause behind a single-vehicle rollover crash that closed two lanes of Egan Drive on Monday afternoon.
Opponents of a rock crusher at a Montana Creek Road gravel pit have appealed a Conditional Use Permit issued to Coogan General, LLC last month by the Juneau Planning Commission.