Driven by her son’s death and her opponents’ support of criminal justice reform, Edie Grunwald is bringing a tough-on-crime platform to the GOP race for lieutenant governor.
Nearly a dozen newsroom employees have been laid off, including two long-time fixtures of Alaska journalism.
There’s not enough time to get a full report on the impacts of the bill from the CBO, but other groups are doing their best to understand how it’ll work.
Walker says health care should be addressed in a thoughtful, bipartisan manner.
The legislators has been charged with a violation for allegedly using an ATV in an area that’s closed to motorized vehicles.
It’s the second year in a row Alaskans will get a smaller dividend, but this time it’s with the support of the Legislature.
There are plenty of apologists for the legislation claiming the unprecedented recent spike in crime is caused by opioid abuse, budget cuts leading to fewer prosecutions, and inadequate APD staffing. Maybe
A new poll found ending forced arbitration was broadly popular with Alaskans.
Speculating on rumors and gossip surrounding Alaska politics is a time-honored tradition. It’s time for our weekly trip through the grand, gross, weird, wild and…
The head of the University of Alaska wants a legislative fix sooner than later.