The U.S. Olympic Committee says NBC network plans 50 hours of television coverage of the Paralympics between March 7 and March 16
The federal agency will ask the state and those behind the proposed Pebble Mine to make their case for the project.
A massive landslide in Glacier Bay National Park more than a week ago is exciting scientists around the world for the way it was the detected, the images of the slide and the sheer magnitude of it.
The flag that flew above Alaska’s state capitol at the funeral of former lawmaker Elton Engstrom Jr. was presented Wednesday to his daughter, Juneau Rep. Cathy Munoz.
Already missing the figure skating from the Olympics? Juneau had its own figure skating competition this past weekend.
A school budget advisory committee disagreed with the superintendent on how to deal with a multi-million dollar shortfall at its final meeting Tuesday night.
Legislation urging the state to take over some Tongass forest lands is attracting questions and opposition.
In 1998, Alaska became the first state to put a ban on same-sex marriage into its constitution. Now, the minority leader in the State Senate wants to get rid of that ban.
The assembly also accepted two emotional appeals last night on a dangerous dog designation and the “field of fireweed.”
The ongoing dispute between the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial and the City and Borough of Juneau continued in court on Monday.
Gov. Parnell met the 30-day requirement for filling the seat, but the House minority doesn’t have a deadline to confirm Kito.