A group of Alaska lawmakers wants to team up with Montana and other U.S.-Canada border states in a push to protect Southeast watersheds they say are threatened by rapid Canadian mining development.
Alaska Communications is asking Alaskans to nominate youth heroes for its annual Summer of Heroes scholarship program.
Two incumbent Republicans in the Alaska House of Representatives will clash in a fall election for the Alaska Senate.
Update: This article has been updated to include comment from the Council on American-Islamic Relations Legal Defense Fund (CAIR).
Wolves on Prince of Wales have been considered for the Endangered Species Act listing twice. They’ve sincerebounded, but hunters won’t yet get to harvest more of them.
‘You have to fight these things:’ Why two Juneau men are standing in the way of the Alaska Legislature, Gov. Bill Walker and a billion-dollar debtTue, 05/22/2018 - 19:00
The odds are not in their favor. The State of Alaska is against them. So is Gov. Bill Walker. The Alaska Legislature doesn’t side with them, and neither does the state’s oil and gas industry.
Preschools around Alaska could see drastic changes if Alaska Department of Health & Social Services Child Care Program Office proposed child care center licensing goes through.
Long-serving print and radio journalist Ed Schoenfeld has stewarded Alaska’s news media.
You don’t have to look far to see the effects of climate change in Alaska. Permafrost melts, ocean waters acidify and eroding shorelines threaten coastal Native villages. The state is warming at twice the rate of the rest of the U.S.
A crowd of about 60 people gathered in front of the Alaska State Capitol on Thursday morning for the most expected news ofthe political season.