Attu Island is overdue for some spring cleaning. Seventy years after World War II, the island is still littered with shards of old Coke bottles, lead-based batteries, leaking fuel drums and unexploded artillery.
A group of King Cove residents are meeting with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar. The goal is to convince Salazar to allow a road through the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.
Some legislators are trying to bring vouchers to Alaska. The push for directing state funding to private schools has more momentum than its had in the past.
The Alaska House has unanimously passed a bill that calls for audits and performance reviews of state agencies.
A bill in the Alaska House that would criminalize federal gun regulation is on track to be scheduled for a vote.
Gov. Sean Parnell says he’s pleased that the companies pursuing a major natural gas project in Alaska have unveiled details of their plans for the multi-billion-dollar project.
Leaders of the Alaska House are apologizing for the laughter that erupted from some caucus members when asked about same-sex partnerships.
The document is meant as a policy guide for such things as municipal land use, economic development, transportation, and infrastructure.
Former state Senator Albert Kookesh was medevaced to Anchorage Monday morning after suffering a heart attack.
Minority House Democrats have introduced a measure opposing unlimited spending in political campaigns.