Universal access to vaccines may be back, with a law that uses the state as a broker between insurance providers and pharmaceutical companies to get a bulk discount.
The U.S. House Ethics Committee today issued a letter of reprove to Alaska Congressman Don Young
The state ferry Columbia is transporting passengers again this week after being out of commission for nearly nine months.
For 32 communities inside the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, enforcement is being carried out not by the state, but by the federal officers.
In Congress yesterday, a bill that would allow foreign students to work in Alaska fish processing plants cleared a major committee.
The remains of 17 service members who died in a 1952 plane crash near Mount Gannett have been identified by the Department of Defense.
Four weeks into salmon fishing restrictions, the atmosphere along the Kuskokwim River is tense.
A handful of leading advocates for the new oil tax regime made the case for keeping the law to a friendly audience on Wednesday.
The seismic storm in the far western arm of the Brooks Range that began nearly two months ago continued early Monday morning.
The 470-person village of Galena is still recovering from a catastrophic flood last year, when the break-up of an ice jam caused the Yukon River to overflow.