The Associated Press
A major issue has been the cost of overtime pay to staff who fill in for firefighters on leave.
A group of young Alaskans sued the state over climate policy. Today, they’re taking their case to the state’s Supreme Court.
The lawsuit says state policy that promotes fossil fuels violates the constitutional right of young Alaskans to a safe climate.
Officials say the Mat-Su force would handle calls outside the cities of Palmer and Wasilla.
The vote came as some House majority members called on university leaders to preserve athletic programs at the University of Alaska Anchorage and University of Alaska Fairbanks.
The Alcoholic Beverage Control Board on Thursday voted to boot McConnell.
Department of Fish and Game area biologist Tony Hollis it's normal for wolves to be in the area but unusual for them to kill a dog.
School officials in an Alaska Native village are investigating three racist, hate-filled notes left in the locker of a mixed-race student that urged the girl to kill herself, one day after another resident in the Bering Sea community died by suicide.
Troopers say Stephen Stralka and Robin Stralka, both 63, left Anchorage on Aug. 24 to travel to Tok Junction.
Howard Luke, a respected Athabascan elder, was known for promoting Alaska indigenous culture through his work with young people.
The Ketchikan Daily News reported Wednesday that Alaska Transportation Commissioner John MacKinnon met with Mayor Lee Brain of Prince Rupert Tuesday.
SOLDOTNA, Alaska (AP) - A pastor wearing a spaghetti strainer on his head delivered the opening invocation at the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting Tuesday. The invocation by the...
Alaska regulators are considering whether the state should continue replenishing a rural telephone and internet service fund or shut it down. The Anchorage Daily News reported Thursday that the...
A rural Alaska man suspected of opening a cargo door of a small commercial airplane while in flight has been charged with felony assault and criminal mischief. The Anchorage...
The Anchorage Daily News reported Wednesday that the plan came under fire at a hearing Tuesday, the first of a series of statewide public meetings on the road plan.
The district says the girl was targeted based solely on how a standard school-issued uniform happened to fit the shape of her body.