The Alaska Division of Retirement and Benefits is reminding snowbirds that they live in a gilded cage.
One of the candidates for Juneau’s new Superior Court judgeship is advocating for more Alaska Natives on the bench. Another is making a second attempt at a job withdrawn by Gov. Bill Walker at the last moment.
Two new marijuana shops are coming to Juneau, courtesy of the Alaska Marijuana Control Board.
Alaska’s statewide primary election isn’t until Tuesday, but in Juneau, candidates appear to already be looking ahead to November’s general election.
An East Coast cybersecurity firm say that Alaska computers were the target of reconnaissance by Chinese hackers before, during and after an Alaska trade mission to the country.
A teenager visiting Alaska on a cruise ship last week had the measles, health officials say, prompting concern that passengers may spread the rarely-seen disease further.
Justin Parish’s bill has become law.
Some Outside sex offenders do not have to enter their names into a statewide registry, the Alaska Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Newly released reports from the Federal Election Commission show big financial support for incumbent U.S. Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, ahead of the Aug. 21 statewide primary election.
Tom Morphet used to write the news. Now, he’s trying to make it.