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.
State officials say they’ll withdraw funding for a $15 million Hoonah dock unless the Southeast city changes its location.
Hays Research Group asked 388 likely primary voters their opinions of a possible 2014 ballot initiative that would prohibit the Pebble Mine.
This spring, the state responded to complaints that onboard shopping experts were misleading passengers and smearing local stores by hitting these programs with a new set of rules. Are the regulations working?
The Alaska Marine Highway System Manager says the first of two day boats will be sailing Lynn Canal even before the summer of 2016.
Potential buyers, identified as South of the Bridge LLC, may already have a liquor license for the potentially resurrected Louie’s
The CBJ assembly adopted an ordinance that would allow the city to defer property taxes if land is subdivided into three or more lots.
State ferry system officials Tuesday evening will explain the latest design for two Lynn Canal day boats.
Today, the state Education Department has unveiled its new system for judging schools, with hopes of providing a better picture of how well the state’s education system is working and where it needs to be improved.