The first-term Democrat is making several public stops in Juneau on Monday.
Legislation allowing a popular air-ambulance service’s membership program to continue serving Alaskans passed the state Senate today.
Legislation urging the state to take over some Tongass forest lands is attracting questions and opposition.
Observable sea ice data shows striking differences from previous climate computer models.
Preparing for her 12th annual speech to the Alaska Legislature reminded her of the movie Groundhog Day.
State officials recently released documents showing how much each legislator spent on travel last year. Two of the most expensive travelers are from Southeast.
Alaska’s largest Native organization is challenging a Southeast group to lead the regional campaign to regain federal voting-rights protections.
Judge Louis Menendez says no to a temporary restraining order, but agrees to hear arguments over a preliminary injunction.
About 200 employees from the departments of Fish and Game and Corrections will be moved temporarily during an extensive renovation of the Douglas Island Building.
Real names now required to post remarks about articles and interact with other readers on the newspaper’s website.