On the night of Jan. 23, Alaskans across the Gulf Coast were awakened by one of the most significant earthquakes to hit Alaska since the Good Friday Earthquake of 1964.
The Alaska Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Washington state man for a 1996 murder in Yakutat.
A new ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court may put sales taxes on internet purchases across Alaska and bring millions of dollars to local coffers.
Alaska will receive more than $56 million in disaster relief for groups affected by the 2016 pink salmon failure in the Gulf of Alaska. The money heading to Alaska represents more than a quarter of the $200 million U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross allocated to the nation’s struggling fisheries in a spending bill.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission may approve a legal opinion today that could encourage University of Alaska professors to run for state office.
Despite a pending lawsuit, Gov. Bill Walker on Wednesday signed legislation allowing the state of Alaska to borrow up to $1 billion in order to pay tax credits promised to oil and gas companies.
Former Alaska legislator Zach Fansler has officially dropped out of the race for Democratic primary for House District 38.
Alaska Airlines joined several other national air carriers Wednesday by asking the Trump administration to not use their flights to carry migrant children who have been separated from their parents by immigration authorities.
The land under the Taku River may soon have a new owner: the State of Alaska.
Three adults and three children are safe after their boat began taking on water near Long Island in Sitka Sound, according to a Coast Guard news release, thanks to a response from the Coast Guard, Sitka Fire Rescue and four good Samaritan crews.