Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo on June 12 will transfer authority to Rear Adm. Daniel Abel at a ceremony in Juneau.
A bill that would allow landlords to garnish tenants’ Permanent Fund dividends to pay for repairs is headed for a full House vote.
Scott Jepsen with ConocoPhillips Alaska says the oil tax cut approved by lawmakers last year improved the business climate in the state.
The Senate Resources Chair cut off microphones when the Minority Leader attempted to explain why industry experts should be required to testify under oath.
The sponsor of an amendment to reconfigure the Judicial Council says he wants a vote on the bill, even if the outcome is not guaranteed to be favorable.
The State is looking into the legality of using money earmarked for building repairs to construct a new tennis complex in Anchorage.
Arctic experts are wondering about international relations in the Arctic and whether the era of cooperation with Russia is over.
Senate Majority Leader John Coghill says there’s probably reluctance among senators to move forward on a bill to raise Alaska’s minimum wage.
The state Senate Finance Committee is supporting a proposal that establishes a “no-sell” list of people banned from buying alcohol in Anchorage.