The breakdown of the Alaska Marine Highway System has Southeast Alaska businesses scrambling for alternative ways to send their products out of town.
Alaska Native leaders and justice advocates packed a Senate hearing room for an update on what Congress and the Trump administration are doing to address the MMIW issue.
In January, one village in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta removed its stray dogs with the help of two Alaska nonprofits. In total, they shipped 28 dogs to Anchorage or Bethel for adoption.
The Supreme Court has directed the Alaska Division of Elections to prepare petition booklets immediately to the group Recall Dunleavy.
The Red Devil mercury mine permanently closed in 1971 after the price of ore fell and the owners walked away, leaving it up to the state and federal governments to clean up the site.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski was one of eight Republicans who crossed the aisle to pass a resolution that restricts President Donald Trump’s ability to attack Iran. Sen. Dan Sullivan voted against the resolution.
If a proposed schedule goes into effect, regular ferry service to Cordova won’t resume until May 20, after the town’s tourism and fishing seasons begin.
Attorneys for Peter Metcalfe argue that barring him from paying back his retirement refund and denying him employment as a state employee with Tier I retirement benefits violates the Alaska Constitution.
Mary Vought, who worked for Mike Pence when he was a member of Congress, is being paid $4,000 a month. She grew up in Alaska and once had Sarah Palin’s father as a substitute middle school teacher.
Alaska lawmakers received an updated proposal from the Dunleavy administration to replace the Ocean Rangers with a state-run inspection regime.