After a three-day marathon floor session, dozens of amendments and one threat of retaliation on social media, the House has passed Senate Bill 54, legislation…
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There’s rising concern that the behavior of a handful of legislators is fueling threats, perhaps even intentionally.
Don Young’s blue nose, Superman costumes and high flights are all part of this week’s rumor and gossip roundup.
If the Alaska Legislature institutes tougher penalties on certain crimes, nearly 300 more people would be jailed every year at a cost that could exceed $4 million.
Alaska Independent Gov. Bill Walker’s approval rating has dropped to 40 percent in the latest polling conducted by the Morning Consult, a new low in…
The state charges Perdue Pharma has overstated the benefits and understated the risk of addiction for its prescription opioids.
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.