An underwater pipeline would solve several problems for Cook Inlet oil producers, but other concerns remain.
When disaster strikes a Southeast Alaska community, emergency planners urge residents to rely on their own stockpiles before turning to the state’s new food caches.
A Republican state lawmaker says he’ll try again to pass a measure requiring Alaskans to show photo identification to vote.
Student test scores will be part of teacher evaluations in Alaska beginning in 2015.
A number of Southeast leaders are upset about the governor’s plan to scale back the Alaska Class Ferry project. He made his announcement Tuesday in Ketchikan. Legislators and members of an advisory board say they should have been consulted first.
Alaska’s long lost moon rocks are back in Juneau and on display at the State Museum through at least the end of the month.
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When Juneau voters approved an extension of the city’s temporary one-percent sales tax and a $25 million bond proposition earlier this year, it created a … more
There’s a rift in Congress over whether the country should export its glut of natural gas.
Angoon Democratic Senator Albert Kookesh ends his 18-year career at the Capitol when the Legislature is sworn in this January. But the longtime Southeast Alaska politician still has plenty on his plate.
The City and Borough of Juneau had a smaller than expected budget deficit last fiscal year, largely because of belt tightening by the city manager’s … more