A new lawsuit has been filed against the state redistricting board. This time, it’s by the Alaska Democratic Party.
The Alaska Democratic Party may finally have at least one candidate in the race for governor. Hollis French, a state senator from Anchorage, announced today he’s considering jumping in.
Summer is nearly over for Juneau kids. It’s back to school on Tuesday for first through 12th graders; kindergarten starts next Thursday.
That means … more
In June, the United States Supreme Court struck down a key formula of the Voting Rights Act. Section IV of the 1965 law determined which states needed to get federal approval before changing any voting laws. Alaska was one of nine states subject to that rule known as preclearance.
This week, Alaska lawmakers and government officials are meeting in Anchorage to discuss what they see as “federal overreach.”
A popular medevac insurance company says it’s close to resuming business in Alaska. Apollo Medi Trans stopped renewing policies earlier this year, leaving many customers without coverage.
The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation’s board has accepted longtime CEO Dan Fauske’s resignation and hired Department of Revenue Commissioner Bryan Butcher as his replacement.
Mat-Su teacher Bob Williams filed as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor today at the Anchorage Division of Elections.
Building will fill vacant lot and be devoted to the research and study of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures
Alaska State Troopers are investigating a sexual assault alleged to have taken place aboard a cruise ship.
Troopers say a female crew member on the … more