Some of Alaska’s biggest mines are putting more money into their fight against a pro-fisheries ballot initiative scheduled for this fall’s general election.
Correction: The Office of Victims’ rights, not the Violent Crimes Compensation Board, is in charge of restitution to victims under House Bill 216. This article has been updated to reflect the change.
Dividend demand would require big cuts or new taxes.
Few vetoes from Alaska governor in this year’s budgets.
Attractions have become a popular destination for thousands of tourists.
An Alaska lawmaker who resigned after allegations of striking a Juneau woman is soon scheduled to appear in court.
It seems nobody wants to buy timber on Kuiu Island.
Correction: This article previously stated incorrectly that Gov. Bill Walker has appointed 12 district court judges and nine superior court judges during his time as governor. According to the Alaska Judicial Council, Walker has appointed four district court judges and 11 superior court judges.
Exactly $8.28 a person. That’s how much it will cost a cruise ship passenger to gain access to Glacier Bay National Park for the next 10 years.
Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott on Friday removed a ballot measure from this fall’s statewide election, citing a “substantially similar” bill approved by the Alaska Legislature this spring.