The State has committed to a formal working relationship with a major Japanese financial institution that wants to develop natural gas projects.
In 2010, the legislature established a loan program to help bring down costs, but schools haven’t used the funds as a fix.
Longtime former Juneau resident and former state senator Bill Ray has died. He was 91.
It’s official: A controversial tax cut on oil companies will be put to a vote. “Vote Yes — Repeal the Giveaway” has met all of the legal requirements to get on the ballot.
Both supporters and opponents of the recently passed tax overhaul aren’t totally pleased with how the regulatory process is going.
While Mallott still hasn’t filed the paperwork needed to run, he declared his candidacy on Monday.
Alaska, and 21 other states, are supporting the Nation Rifle Association in a lawsuit against the federal government.
The Obama Administration has decided not to go after states with marijuana-friendly laws.
This year, Alaska got the OK to start judging schools using its own measurements instead of the standards required by the federal No Child Left Behind law. But with new metrics come new — and more difficult — tests, and state officials are expecting to see student performance fall as a result.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday the U.S. government is holding the government of Bashar al-Assad responsible for the chemical attack last week.