The state and the Inlandboatmen's Union have a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract for state ferry workers
The Pebble initiative would add another layer of scrutiny to the proposed Pebble Mine
Oral arguments were heard in Ketchikan Superior Court Monday morning in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough’s lawsuit against the state over education funding.
All Southeast legislative incumbents face challengers this year. A dozen people put their names in the hat by Monday’s filing deadline.
All three Juneau legislators will be challenged in the November general election, but not in the August primary
Bob Tkacz was a fixture in the capital press corps for years. His death is not considered suspicious.
Here’s looks at how power shifted in the Capitol when the Bipartisan Coalition lost control of the State Senate in 2012
With three months to go before the primary election, groups with a stake in the oil tax referendum are ramping up their campaigns.
In Sen. Ted Stevens’ day, Alaska thrived on earmarks, the congressional practice of directing federal dollars to home-state projects.
Five gay couples are trying to strike down Alaska's ban on same-sex marriage.