Walker has said he would veto the bill. His spokeswoman said his views haven't changed.
The Alaska Army National Guard has a new commander.
Anchorage television station KTUU reports Col. Joseph Streff took the helm from Brig. Gen. Mike Bridges … more
Senate Finance moved the marijuana crimes bill Monday after adopting a new version.
"The department believes that we could make this work without service degradation to commercial fishermen," says ADF&G's Kevin Brooks.
A Department of Transportation insider is the interim manager of the agency’s division overseeing Southeast Alaska.
Jeff Ottesen, the department's director of program development, said the money wasn't specifically earmarked for Knik Arm and Juneau access projects.
After sailing through the Senate, a bill to exempt Alaska from daylight saving time has lost momentum in the House.
This comes after Premera Blue Cross announced it had discovered an attack on its system in which consumer data such as Social Security numbers and bank account information may have been accessed.
Department of Transportation officials are now considering large fare increases for commercial customers, those moving trucks and container vans via ferry.
The new State Library Archives and Museum is beginning to take shape.