Sealaska officials say board Chairman Albert Kookesh is making slow but steady progress as he recovers from a Monday, Feb. 18, heart attack.
Justices say its possible that expert witness affidavits should have been considered in the civil suit against gun store owner Ray Coxe.
A measure that would require voters to show photo identification at the polls got its first hearing on Thursday.
The Association of Village Council Presidents would like its tribes to be able to prosecute non-tribal members in their local courts.
The Coast Guard lifted an order restricting movement of Shell’s Kulluk drill rig. It’s now clear to head to Unalaska.
U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski says she’ll soon introduce a revenue sharing bill for off-shore energy production.
State officials are soliciting proposals for armed security guards at the Anchorage regional office of Children’s Services.
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.