The Department of Interior announced Tuesday it paid Alaska $19 million over the previous year for oil and gas development on federal land in the state.
A public hearing has been scheduled on a proposal recommending pay raises for Alaska’s governor, lieutenant governor and principal department heads.
A draft advisory opinion from Alaska campaign regulators finds Bill Walker and Craig Fleener must maintain separate campaigns until after next year’s primary.
The vision for an assisted living center in Juneau is expanding to include a new senior center, independent living and a social service non-profit center on one campus.
Ken Brough is the third member of the hospital’s leadership team to step down or announce plans to resign in the past three months.
$5,000 reward offered for information that leads to prosecution of thieves
The Department of Natural Resources has released a roadmap for getting a natural gas pipeline built, and it involves taking on a multi-billion-dollar ownership stake in the project.
A state court judge has ruled that Alaska’s newly redrawn political boundaries meet constitutional standards.
President Obama announced new rules that may allow some residents to keep their plans for another year. But for Fairbanks knife maker Mark Knapp, that “fix” doesn’t go far enough.
Crane says she’ll be busy throughout the legislative session as the league responds to various pieces of legislation.