Congress is preparing a six-month stop gap funding bill. It should keep the government afloat until the end of March, and avoid any potential for a government shutdown before the election.
Across the state Tuesday Alaskans joined the rest of America to remember those who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S.
A new study is adding another dimension to the sea otter debate. The research shows the marine mammals help reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, a major contributor to climate change.
The Juneau Assembly wants a say on the speed limit in the Auke Bay corridor.
Shell has paused its drilling operation in the Arctic just a day after starting.
The sign out front still says Alaskan & Proud, but the new Foodland IGA is now open in the only large-scale grocery space in downtown Juneau.
Thousands and possibly millions of web sites hosted by GoDaddy.com are down. A hacker is claiming responsibility, but the real reason for the outage is unclear.
A marine mammal survey crew flying over the Beaufort Sea last month spotted surprise visitors – 13 killer whales.
Two cruise ships sailing Alaska waters have battled recent norovirus outbreaks. The highly-contagious illness causes vomiting, diarrhea and fevers, and can lead to dehydration.
The owners of the Star Princess cruise ship say that they have new video evidence that proves they are not responsible for ignoring a stranded fishing vessel 100 miles off the coast of South America in March.