Analysts say tension in the Middle East doesn’t impact oil prices the way it used to. But that could change.
After more than a decade on the Alaska Supreme Court, Justice Craig Stowers is stepping down. The Alaska Judicial Council will take applications for his replacement through Feb. 14.
Poor VHF coverage isn’t a new issue. But this many outages at once is not normal.
Juneau police named James Esbenshade as the officer who shot and killed Kelly Michael Stephens.
Juneau police identified Kelly “Rabbit” Stephens as the man who was killed. The officer has not yet been named.
Tammie Willis said she’s being targeted because she’s gay and wants other people in the LGBTQ community to know they could be danger.
“I will be asked to say, ‘I will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws, so help me God.’ And that is what I’m going to do,” she said.
Senior state transportation officials warn that long gaps will be the new normal.
It’s not John Hendrix’s first foray into Cook Inlet energy, he was general manager of Apache Corp.’s operations there.
In this newscast: It’s the deadline for comments on the Roadless Rule, At Alaska Native Heritage Center people representing the Gwich’in, Inupiat, Yu’pik, and Koyukon cultures gather to translate census materials, Bethel elementary school principal accused of online enticement of a minor and transferring obscene material to a minor appeared in court, Alaska Airlines’ embargo…