Alaska State Museum artifacts will be catalogued for transfer to SLAM
Legislation that passed Congress yesterday will allocate $50 million to clean up the 130 oil and gas wells that were drilled and abandoned by the federal government in the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska.
Alaskans will be paying some of the highest premiums in the country for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Pew wants a fleet of ice-capable vessels, Arctic-hardened pipelines and tanks, and solid consultation with local people.
The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is reviewing a set of regulations aimed at alleviating public concerns about hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – in the state.
By 2015, every ship that operates on Alaska’s southern coast will be required to drastically cut their sulfur emissions. The State has been fighting that policy in court, and this week a federal judge threw out their case.
Structure will be used to store artifacts from current Alaska State Museum
Former Gov. Frank Murkowski says it’s time for the state to end its commitment to TransCanada on a natural gas pipeline.
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The mass shooting at a Navy installation in Washington, D.C. Monday is reigniting the debate over guns and background checks.
State Revenue Department officials believe that dividend amounts will continue trending higher