Two western Alaska communities will get scrutiny as possible deep-water ports for Arctic vessels.
A court has ordered a homeowner in a Fairbanks neighborhood to shut down their two outdoor, wood-fired boilers.
The Juneau branch of the Alaska Citizens Militia has scheduled a rally on the steps of the state Capitol.
A multi-agency group formed to deal with the New Year’s Eve grounding of a Royal Dutch Shell PLC drill barge near Kodiak Island says the rig is safe to tow to its next port and the unified command is disbanding.
Alaska corrections officials say confessed serial killer Israel Keyes was mistakenly issued a razor before he committed suicide.
During a floor hearing Wednesday, Democrats made five attempts to amend the bill. Some received support from coastal Republicans, but all amendments ultimately failed.
Bringing justice to all Alaskans – that was the major theme of Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe’s speech at the Capitol on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama laid out his vision for the country last night that include new gun regulations … climate change legislation … and a new immigration policy.
Legislation that would limit the circumstances in which public funds can be used to pay for abortions was introduced in the Senate on Monday, but the bill may have trouble standing up to court scrutiny.
The Alaska Redistricting Board is waiting for direction from the state’s highest court.