Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration plans to have commissioners play a more prominent role in the budget process this year.
Instead of paying $11 million to hire an outside company to clean just a portion of the city's pipes, the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility invested $2.6 million in the equipment to do the job itself.
Federal authorities describe an undocumented drug problem across rural Alaska. Also: Still no deal on law enforcement for a popular ferry stop in Canada.
Much of the North Slope of Alaska is characterized by low, sweeping tundra hills, and a complete absence of trees. (Creative...
An operation by the Drug Enforcement Administration has turned up a previously undocumented drug problem with a mild opioid that is spread across Alaska.
The North-South Runway Renewal Project has been going on for two years. During construction, planes that would normally fly over Cook Inlet rerouted over the city.
The flood advisory warned that heavy rainfall could affect small creeks, urban areas, roadways and other low-lying areas.
The Alaska Senate Republicans rejected on Thursday Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s choice to fill a vacant Senate seat. The senators blocked the...
University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen said a group of 13 teams would be looking into restructuring options for all of the academic programs.
In a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers, which is reviewing a permit to build a two-berth dock for megaships, the city’s elected leaders questioned whether the project was in the community’s best interest.
Members of the Inuit Circumpolar Council discussed topics ranging from wildlife management to fisheries.
Addressing the Southeast Conference forum of civic and business leaders Thursday, Alaska’s Transportation Commissioner John MacKinnon placed the blame on the feds.
State Senate Republicans reject the governor's appointee. Also: A brief spike in oil prices from attacks on a Saudi producer won't help the state's budget.
Affordable energy and access to high-speed broadband is essential for engaging in modern commerce, education, telemedicine and for economic development initiatives. How is the rural energy infrastructure need being addressed?
Ketchikan school administration officials have walked back a proposed cell phone policy that had explicitly warned students they could expect no privacy...
TUNTUTULIAK, Alaska (AP) - The body of a southwest Alaska man has been recovered from the Kuskokwim River. Alaska...
The Ketchikan Daily News reported Wednesday that Alaska Transportation Commissioner John MacKinnon met with Mayor Lee Brain of Prince Rupert Tuesday.
The exemption would allow remote Alaska utilities to emit more particulate pollution than power plants elsewhere.
NPR political correspondent Cokie Roberts died this week, and her passing has been a reminder, not just of Roberts' contributions to journalism, but also her connection to Alaska.
A judge describes a crisis in Alaska's criminal justice system. Also: Kodiak Island villages worry about ferry reductions and increased isolation.