Alaskans still safe, they say, but risk is rising.
Gov. Bill Walker selects public defender to head Sitka Superior Court.
Team doctors visiting Alaska from the Lower 48 may still be able to legally treat their teams under a new bill approved 19-0 by the Alaska Senate on Monday.
Republicans oppose selection of Randall Kowalke to replace Mike Dunleavy in Alaska Senate.
Disagreement over state funding for Medicaid exposes deep problems with the way the Alaska Legislature budgets for the unexpected.
Many subcommittees are scheduled to consider budget amendments before closing out their department budgets next week.
Department of Law continues to release information following Empire report on missing data.
Gov. Bill Walker says he believes the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation should bring more of its investment managers to Juneau.
In a 27-minute speech that included allusions to the Bible and “Star Wars,” Alaska Chief Justice Craig Stowers delivered Alaska’s annual State of the Judiciary address and asked the Alaska Legislature to add a new superior court judge in Juneau.
The Alaska House of Representatives has passed a bill to fund the state’s public schools in the next fiscal year but has failed to allocate the money to pay for it.