Because the state government has a $4 billion deficit, some lawmakers have suggested drawing money from the fund to pay for other state costs.Read More
University of Alaska assistant professor Forest Wagner was leading a five-day mountaineering trip on Mount Emmerich when he encountered the bear.Read More
The research was conducted by the state Division of the Legislative Audit after a request from Eagle River Sen. Anna MacKinnon. MacKinnon wanted to get to the bottom of assertions that some communities stockpile CPV funds or use them on inappropriate projects.Read More
Bear activity around Sitka has picked up recently, and wildlife managers want to remind people to be safe around their homes and on their hikes.Read More
Ketchikan’s Marijuana Advisory Committee has proposed new regulations for pot businesses that limit how they can transport their products for testing.
Several environmental and conservation groups have filed a lawsuit challenging the decisions of two federal agencies regarding road projects on Revillagigedo Island in Southeast Alaska.Read More
The conference committee voted five to one to adopt the House version of the university budget, which cuts $35 million more than the $15 million cut proposed by Governor Bill Walker.Read More