The federal government has given Hawaii conditional approval for running its own state-based health exchange.
An Anchorage senator plans to introduce legislation allowing for active-duty military members who have lived out of the state for over 10 years to receive Permanent Fund Dividends.
There’s a new director for the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles. Erickson previously served as Murkowski’s administrative director in both Washington, D.C., and Anchorage.
Assembly member Carlton Smith is the real estate broker for a property that could benefit from dock expansion.
Alaska is keeping its minimum wage pegged at 50 cents over the federal minimum wage at $7.75 an hour.
New Year’s Day in Alaska means eligible residents can start signing up for the 2013 Permanent Fund Dividend.
A Royal Dutch Shell PLC drill ship has again broke loose from two towing vessels in a Gulf of Alaska storm and run aground on Sitkalidak Island.
Starting Tuesday, health insurance policies in Alaska will be required to cover treatment of autism spectrum disorders.
The Senate passed a disaster relief bill on Friday. Included is money for fishery disasters across the country.
When legislators enter Alaska’s capitol building soon for the session, they won’t have to be concerned about falling debris.