A measure setting up a road-and-ferry savings account has cleared its first state Senate committee.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has asked officials from King Cove for an alternative to the road.
In Alaska, the final numbers aren’t in yet. The two insurers on the state’s federally run marketplace are reporting they had 7,500 enrollees by mid March.
Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer is expected to detail her proposed budget cuts to the Assembly Finance Committee on Wednesday, as the city faces a $12 million shortfall for the next two fiscal years.
Emergency officials in Juneau are testing their response to a cruise ship security threat today.
A bill symbolically making 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages is heading to the House floor for a vote.
The Katie John lawsuit over subsistence fishing rights is finally over.
Mike Chenault is proposing a policy change that explicitly carves out an exception for the board that could oversee development of a natural gas pipeline.
The Senate Education Committee Monday began hearings on a bill that will establish different teacher tenure tracks for urban and rural Alaska.
The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal by the state of Alaska in a long-running fight over the control of rivers and the fishing and hunting rights of Native Alaskans.