The Governor’s Office is hoping for sunny weather for the sixth annual Governor’s Family Picnic.
As a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Dan Sullivan has a bucket of advantages.
A museum in Petersburg is reaching out to try and identify hundreds of World War Two era photos of people from central Southeast Alaska.
The companies pursuing a major liquefied natural gas project in Alaska have applied for an export license with the U.S. Department of Energy.
About 20 Alaska Air National Guard members are scheduled to deploy Tuesday to the Horn of Africa as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Juneau voters will be asked in October if an empowered board should be created to run both city-owned swimming pools
A six-person seiner taking on water near Ketchikan Friday morning was helped out by U.S. Coast Guard personnel, and escorted back to port.
The Alaska Supreme Court sides with a tribal court in a child custody and sovereignty case.
The Juneau Assembly on Monday will take up an ordinance to create one board to run both city-owned swimming pools.
A bill allowing traditional gull-egg harvests in Glacier Bay is on its way to the president’s desk.