Speaking at JEDC's Innovation Summit, Walker says Alaska will need ingenuity - and possibly carrot beer - to deal with the state's budget deficit.
Sealaska says it will begin logging its new lands later this year. The first two parcels to be cut will be on Prince of Wales Island and the Cleveland Peninsula.
Family of Simone Kim sues Rayco Sales over rifle used in August 2006 murder.
More than 200 business leaders, researchers and policy-makers gather in Juneau this week for the 2015 Innovation Summit.
"It’s, quite frankly, a place that needs some competition so we’re ready to step in and be able to provide that," says Delta Vice President Mike Medeiros.
Gov. Bill Walker says he’ll continue pushing for construction of a new ferry terminal in Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
There’s a new boss at the state agency overseeing, roads, airports and ferries. Marc Luiken is the commissioner of the Department of Transportation.
More scientists have joined a campaign to stop old-growth logging in Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.
Kathleen Adair says she feels relieved with the court’s decision. She says in hindsight, she may have acted differently.
Members of the Tongass Advisory Committee are unhappy with U.S. Forest Service efforts to speed up their work.