The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has given Alaska an extension to meet national proof-of-identity standards with the expectation that the state will come into full compliance.Read More
The chairman of the Alaska Republican Party says the majority of the nonaffiliated candidates are actually affiliated with Democrats.Read More
The Alaska Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit over the Democratic primary in House District 40, which stretches from Kotzebue to Kaktovik. The outcome could determine the balance of power in the state legislature next year.Read More
As it stands, the ban would place heavy restriction on the use of salable fireworks in Juneau, limited it to Christmas, New Year's and Fourth of July.Read More
Donald Trump talked about grabbing women's genitals. On Twitter, tens of thousands of women have told stories from the other side of sexual assault, sharing their stories with the hashtag #NotOkay.Read More
JUNEAU — Alaska’s two U.S. senators resigned leadership posts in the state Republican party in denouncing GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
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A recount of Skagway municipal election ballots Monday shows the senior center bond question passing by five votes. The Canvass Board counted 228 votes for the $6 million bond and 223 against. Those results are just slightly different than the initial ballot count last week. The board tallied one more ‘for’ vote in the recount. Borough Clerk Emily Deach says that sometimes happens if the mark on the ballot is too light for the machine.Read More