A USPS inspector general report showed the bypass system lost more than seventy million dollars in 2010.
Alaska’s oil wealth portfolio has hit an all-time high: $45 billion.
A new report says human trafficking most likely occurs in Alaska but it’s not clear how prevalent the crime is.
A bill that would provide funding to complete University of Alaska engineering buildings is moving forward.
The Alaska House of Representatives has come out against genetically engineered salmon, or as critics call it, “Frankenfish.”
Juneau Rep. Beth Kerttula on Tuesday made quick work of a question that seemed to flummox House Majority Republicans.
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U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski says in light of the Kulluk’s grounding, the government needs to look at all aspects of Shell’s Arctic drilling operations.
A Senate Democrat wants an audit of the Department of Revenue’s auditing of oil and gas companies.
The chairman of the Senate Education Committee is speaking out on last week’s decision to pull from his committee a proposed constitutional amendment that would let public money be used for private schools.
One lawmaker is trying to establish an escalating scale of punishment for certain drug possession crimes, similar to what Alaska has for those convicted of driving under the influence.