Money in one-time funding, not BSA increase The Alaska Senate Finance Committee is recommending an extra $300 million for education funding over the next three years - a significant boost over previous proposals.
A bill allowing parents to sue those responsible for unlawful or negligent actions that lead to an unborn child's death has cleared the statehouse.
Dubbed "Jackson's Law," SB200 was sponsored by Sen. Lesil McGuire, R-Anchorage.
Republican Gov. Sean Parnell signed into law Thursday a bill to legally define the term "medically necessary" in relation to abortion funding criteria. Supporters say the bill is not related to the pro-life vs.
About 19,000 Alaskans, or 4.4 percent of the state's population, have fallen into a "coverage gap" since the Affordable Care Act was put in place for all U.S. residents, according to a report from local insurance broker Kelly Shattuck.
The Thunder Mountain High School boys soccer team could taste their first win of the season on Friday night on their home pitch, but it was Ketchikan’s Rudy Pankow who feasted on the Falcons home ... Read More
Patricia Morgan is still haunted by the drowning death of a promising young athlete in Haines' icy waters - there was nothing that could be done to save him, but there is plenty that can be done to prevent more drowning deaths.
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