Some legislators hope to find ways to get around federal prohibitions on establishing sea-otter bounties.
The Alaska Legislature on Monday voted by the narrowest of margins to reject Governor Sean Parnell’s reappointment of Vince Webster to the state Board of Fisheries.
Protestors with the anti-abortion Center for Bioethical Reform held up large signs across from the state capitol building in Juneau this week, depicting graphic images of aborted fetuses.
Fallen Hoonah officer Tony Wallace is remembered by his mother Debbie Greene
About 500 people took to the capitol building steps in Juneau Thursday for one of several rallies statewide against Governor Sean Parnell’s plan to cut state oil taxes.
34 amendments considered by lamwmakers in marathon meeting that lasted into wee hours of the morning
At least a full day has been set aside on July 18th for the sentencing of Troy Wilson
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has given the City and Borough of Juneau an August 19th deadline to adopt new flood zone maps.
Michael Patterson, who has Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, is featured prominently in the CDC’s “Tips from Former Smokers” campaign.
Alaska’s warning communications system will be tested as part of Tsunami Preparedness Week.