The Parnell administration and two public employee unions have reached tentative agreement for a new three-year contract to begin in July.
After hearing that their oil tax bill could mean at least $6 billion in revenue lost over the next five years, the Senate Finance committee made some adjustments on Thursday.
The speaker of the Alaska House wants to bring gun manufacturers to the state.
Teenagers from across the state were in Juneau this week, pushing lawmakers to adopt legislation that promotes local food production and provides better food security … more
A major Southeast Alaska environmental organization has endorsed the latest Sealaska land-selection legislation. But a group of communities on or near Prince of Wales Island continues to strongly oppose the measure.
The Magnuson Stevens Act – the federal law that manages and regulates the nation’s fisheries – will expire September 30th.
The latest rewrite of a bill cutting taxes on oil companies is expected to bring down state revenue by more than $1 billion next year.
A bill rewarding sea otter hunters was praised and panned at its first hearing on Wednesday.
Juneau’s Twin Lakes are slowly receding and will remain dry through April to control the invasive weed milfoil.
Trout Unlimited organized a trip to Washington for fishermen to ask Congress to officially designate 77 watersheds in Tongass National Forest for limited development to protect salmon habitat.