Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was flat in March, according to new figures from the Alaska Department of Labor, but the state still has many fewer jobs than it did before the ongoing recession began.
Alaska Airlines in recent years has handled about 150 support animals every day.
A resolution intended to declare an Alaska Native language emergency is advancing in the Alaska Senate, but without its most important word.
Alaska lawmakers confirmed the state’s $1.2B education budget.
State tells Alaskans to check their romaine.
Despite public outcry, measure to rollback new criminal justice reform law lacks support in the Senate.
The Trump administration is moving toward oil and gas drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Attorneys’ different opinions about tax-credit program may stain other efforts.
The Alaska Legislature on Wednesday approved a $1.2 billion budget for public schools in the next fiscal year.
Compromise reached on commerce and legislative spending.