A series of retweets sent from Governor Sean Parnell’s Twitter feed Thursday night, making reference to Vice President Joe Biden laughing and smiling during a debate, have been taken down.
State employees can’t use private e-mail accounts to hide their work communication from public record laws. The State Supreme Court issued a decision on the … more
The state is soliciting proposals for a study on the cost of Medicaid expansion in Alaska.
Senators Bert Stedman and Albert Kookesh debate at 6 o’clock tonight for the Southeast Senate District Q seat. Kookesh, an Angoon Democrat, and Stedman, a … more
Anchorage Superior Court released a decision upholding Alaska’s parental notification law on Monday.
Alaska is expected to add nearly 39,000 new jobs over the next decade, with nearly a third in the ealth care and social service industry.
The high court’s decision not to hear a challenge brought by the state of Wyoming and the Colorado Mining Association means the state of Alaska has the only pending lawsuit against the Clinton-era roadless rule.
Brotherhood Bridge is historic, and Alaska transportation officials are required by federal law to try to find someone who would like to preserve it.
A report that could change the way cruise ships handle wastewater is nearly done. A state science advisory panel met last week (Sept. 19-21) in Juneau and shared some of its work with the public.
APRN’s Dave Donaldson has retired, after covering the state capital for the statewide radio network for more than 20 years.