Could the firing of three top state transportation officials put the Alaska Marine Highway at risk? That’s what some ferry supporters are asking.
The fight over the Keystone XL Pipeline is likely to heat up in Congress this week.
An environmental group based in Homer was part of the first push to change the existing dispersant rules.
Ethical hunters pursue and dispatch wounded game they've failed to kill with a clean kill shot. A proposed regulation could make that illegal in some circumstances.
Lawmakers expect bills on social issues, like abortion, to get less attention than last cycle.
he state demographer estimates Alaska's population is shrinking — slightly.
Two lawmakers introduced a group of bills today designed to fix issues within the Alaska National Guard.
A review board has reversed the suspensions of two federal attorneys accused of withholding evidence in the prosecution of the late Sen. Ted Stevens.
Gov. Bill Walker will be giving two addresses before a joint session of the Alaska Legislature next week.
"The bookstore had not been profitable for quite a few years," says UAS Vice Chancellor Michael Ciri.