The Juneau Affordable Housing Commission calls for a dedicated housing coordinator on the CBJ payroll.
Alaska is proposing a plan aimed at determining the true oil and gas potential in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
A man from Wisconsin wants the residency requirement for gathering petition signatures struck down, and he’s taking his case to court.
The state of Alaska is appealing the dismissal of its challenge to a federal roadless rule in national forests.
Alaska continues to add jobs to its seasonal economy.
The Tongass Futures Roundtable is shutting down. The organization tried to resolve Southeast Alaska forest-issue conflicts.
The Arctic Council – the association of the world’s polar countries – has agreed to grant observer status to six non-Arctic nations.
The state of Alaska is expected to share in a $500-million settlement over state and federal allegations that an India-based pharmaceutical manufacturer distributed adulterated drugs.
A new, smaller Sealaska land-selection measure faces opposition from the federal government. The legislation would transfer 3,600 acres of the Tongass National Forest to the Southeast-based regional Native corporation.
Bartlett officials say the contractor’s annual maintenence fee would take a big chunk out of their already-thin profit margin