Political observers say Anchorage’s mayoral election became an outlet for residents frustrated with the mask mandates and closures imposed by the city government — to which Forrest Dunbar, as a member of the Assembly, belongs.
Two cables, from telecommunications companies GCI and Quintillion, were installed along the Dalton Highway on Alaska's North Slope. State and federal regulators say both projects violated their permits.
The story involves missile testing at the state-owned rocket complex on Kodiak Island and allegations of improprieties - disputed by those involved - in how an $11 million contract was awarded.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski wants an immediate end to a "cruel, tragic" practice, while Sen. Dan Sullivan called for a more deliberate bipartisan approach.
Walker used his line-item veto power to quash $2.5 million for the proposed bridge across the Knik Arm.
The companies and the state have a big stake in the outcome, with the oil companies protecting their revenues and the state defending its petroleum-based income.
The bus will visit Juneau, Fairbanks and Anchorage starting next week to host events for locals and to produce public affairs programming, according to the station.
His daughter Lisa was skeptical, but Murkowski went as far as trying to recruit a potential running mate before deciding against a gubernatorial bid.
Ron Alleva owns a business next door to the area. He’s waged a yearslong campaign against a nearby shelter and soup kitchen, saying they coddle homeless people who desecrate the neighborhood.
A lawsuit pits the CEO and board of directors against the former chairman of the Southwest Alaska regional Native corporation.
He was charged in Juneau court, where an initial hearing is set for later this month.
Alaska’s gubernatorial campaign this year has turned into a heavyweight title fight. But the undercards should make for some exciting races, too.
Zach Fansler, a former Democratic representative from Bethel, has reached a deal with state prosecutors.
The company says the Trump administration has fast-tracked permits for competitors in remote mountains across Cook Inlet from Anchorage, increasing risks of avalanches and midair collisions in an already risky sport.
The Legislature passed a bill designed to make it easier for Alaskans to borrow money for energy-efficiency upgrades like solar panels and natural gas heating equipment, then pay it back on their monthly utility bills.