Walker created a new team to come up with proposals to reduce carbon emissions and help the state cope with climate change.
Gov. Bill Walker and his administration rolled out a plan to address the rising trends in crime through a series of legislative and administrative measures…
Things could quickly get out of hand in Juneau, but the situation could be helped if legislators keep a few basic questions in mind.
It was one “Bridge to Nowhere” joke too many for Alaska’s lone congressman.
Observations on the latest in the Alaska political scene’s gossip and rumors.
President Donald Trump declared the opioid abuse epidemic ravaging the country a national health emergency at an event today, calling it the “worst drug crisis”…
Could it really be? Congress has produced a health care bill that isn’t expected to dump millions of Americans off their health insurance.
What do Alaska’s lone congressman, a legendary 98-year-old bush pilot, the father-in-law of a sitting U.S. senator, side-by-side all-terrain vehicles and the sexual performance of elderly men have in common?
Who knows what will happen over the remainder of session, but if the first few days are anything to go by, then it’s going to get messy.
Monday kicked off the fourth special session and legislators are already waist-deep into the criminal justice portion of Gov. Bill Walker’s agenda. The House Majority…