The new bipartisan House majority and Republican-led Senate majority have named Southeast Alaska lawmakers to chair six committees.
Five of Southeast Alaska’s nine legislative candidates, including a barely-challenged incumbent, have brought in about $50,000 each.
Southeast Alaska lawmakers are giving Gov. Bill Walker’s spending plan mixed reviews. Some are ready to change the way government is funded, while others are not.
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has not yet been questioned — but officials’ decision not to read him his Miranda rights before interrogation is the subject of much debate.