The numbers determine how many representatives each state gets in the U.S. House and how much government money will be available to communities over the next decade.
Many of the fishermen voiced their opposition during a three-hour meeting hosted by the National Marine Fisheries Service in Petersburg.
Below-average temperatures across the northern panhandle this weekend could complicate things for Juneau residents.
The bills include proposals on tribal compact schools, oil and gas taxes, and a constitutional amendment to lower the bar for overriding budget vetoes.
There are several requirements needed to get issued a REAL ID. One of them is two documents showing proof of residence, with a physical address on them.
The ban includes all six species of “nonpelagic” rockfish. However, the yelloweye, often called red snapper, is by far the most prized.
The ruling allows the Recall Dunleavy campaign to move forward. But opponents are expected to appeal to the Alaska Supreme Court.
The ballot measure, organized by the group Alaskans for Better Elections, needed to gather 28,368 signatures to qualify for the 2020 ballot.
A judge ruled that an environmental review of ConocoPhillips’ exploration work did not violate federal conservation laws, as the Nuiqsut tribal government and environmental groups alleged.
Isaac David Friday, 27, is facing a first-degree murder charge for the 2017 death of 19-year-old Jade Williams. He’s currently in custody at Lemon Creek Correctional Center in Juneau.
The permits will allow Donlin Gold to build an airstrip and a port, and install fiber optic cables and build access roads for its mine, which could be one of the biggest in the world if completed.
Bethel resident Renee Gregory grew up in a dry cabin with her family in Denali. “When I was a kid, that was my least favorite chore: cleaning the honey bucket.”
Lawmakers are considering a war powers resolution that would require President Trump to get congressional approval for further action on Iran.
Ketchikan could be among the first cities in Alaska to allow a marijuana cafe with on-site consumption.
While fines from overdue items are a revenue source, the Anchorage library system found that it cost more time and effort to collect the fines than they were ultimately worth.
Throughout Southeast Alaska, many people make their home on boats. So-called “liveaboards” are motivated by a variety of factors — including a lack of affordable housing.
Alaska state Rep. Gary Knopp, R-Kenai, attended the meeting and said he will submit legislation that would add an LGBTQ category to the state’s existing hate crime statute.