The debate over whether voters should legalize marijuana turned contentious Tuesday when a state-run hearing on the ballot initiative was held in Anchorage.
After more than 40 people testified before the Anchorage Assembly, the body voted to postpone making a decision on the Chugach State Park Access Plan.
This year’s U.S. Senate race in Alaska is shattering records for spending, with millions in outside dollars directed mostly toward TV ads.
The federal government has agreed to a deadline of the end of next year for an endangered species review for wolves in Southeast Alaska.
Most Alaskans will receive $1,884 for this year's share of the state's oil wealth that's distributed annually to residents just for living here.
A survivor of sexual assault in the military stepped forward Thursday at the urging of an Anchorage women’s political action group.
Alaska senators question president's Islamic State plan.
Stakeholders in the gasline megaproject submitted paperwork to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday.
A Ketchikan man is charged with a felony after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend with a Civil War-era rifle.
“Teague O’Kane and the Corpse” by Chris Adrian
–Be nice or regret it.