As the U.S. considers a “spectrum of military options” it could take to assist the groups battling against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, the Obama administration is leaning toward giving lethal arms to some of those rebels, a senior administration official has told NPR’s Kelly McEvers.
Murkowski is unhappy with the U.S. Forest Service, and doesn’t mince words when talking about it.
The Juneau Assembly will host a public meeting Wednesday night to get an overview of the city and borough’s new assessment process.
With the signature booklets hot off the printers, opponents of a controversial tax cut for oil companies should be able to start gathering support for their referendum Tuesday.
Alaska’s highest court says the first step in the redistricting process is to draw political boundaries based on state constitutional requirements.
Bill Walker plans to continue his weekly TV show while running for governor.
A citizens’ board is recommending a 5 percent increase in Juneau sewer and water rates beginning July first.
“When the name of the road is Main Street there’s never a good time to rebuild it.” The work was scheduled with an eye on having the least impact on both the legislative session and the upcoming tourist season.
Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner, the passenger jet that was grounded around the world after flaws in its battery compartment were found to pose a fire risk, is back in the skies.