Gov. Walker's legislation would allow him to turn down one-third of his salary, fulfilling a promise he made last month.
A big question remains: Why did The Dome -- which survived the big snows of 2011-12 -- collapse?
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A landing for a bathroom break put the plane into deep snow.
The 14 nominations of "La La Land" for the highest honors in the movie industry equaled the record held by 1997 blockbuster "Titanic" and the 1950 film "All About Eve."
Michael Thomas Grisham, 50, was declared dead after another truck crossed the center line and struck his vehicle.
Amy Downing, 32, died in the Saturday avalanche, said her brother Jared Downing.
Construction on a new neighborhood consisting of 28 condos is expected to start in August.
The owner suffered burns and smoke inhalation trying to rescue dogs at Alaska Labradors' breeding and training facility. Forty adult dogs escaped but five to six litters of pups died.
State Sen. Donny Olson's moving bills are under review after legislative support staff found that he billed the state to ship appliances, a piano, air compressors, and a band saw back to his rural village.
Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar said his measure is only targeted at active service members who could be fired for possessing marijuana.
The governor says if action is not taken, residents risk being unable to enter military bases or go through airport security without a passport or federally issued identification.
Among the topics on the agenda: red-light cameras, water fluoridation and a public hearing on authorization for the city's use of eminent domain to finish the Spenard Road project.
While a large portion of Alaskans worry about climate change, they differ significantly in how much they worry, according to a new statewide poll.