Dave Donaldson, APRN – Juneau Wednesday, the Senate approved a bill to continue funding tax credits for filming television shows and movies in...
So far, Republican U.S. Senate candidate is leading Democratic incumbent Mark Begich. And Republican incumbent Don Young is leading Democratic challenger Forrest Dunbar in the race for U.S. House.
The court's decision voids the contract for renting the Legislative Information Office building, but doesn't spell out what's next. Download Audio
At least $2.6 million in public money went to state lobbyists in 2018. That’s Alaska cities, boroughs and school districts hiring private contractors to represent them in the state capital.
Alaskans ejected as many as five incumbents from the House in the primary yesterday. And they also rejected two House members who tried to move up to the Senate. But not many people showed up to vote. It was the lowest turnout for a primary in state history. Listen now
Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO – Juneau Governor Sean Parnell’s bill to give oil companies bigger tax credits is on the move, but the controversial legislation...
In the final days before the U.S. Senate election, candidates Mark Begich and Dan Sullivan are making their final pitches, aiming to rally their supporters to the polls. Sullivan got help from two national figures representing polar opposites of the GOP: Mitt Romney, an establishment Republican, and Sen. Ted Cruz, a Tea Party hero. Download Audio
The state owes the companies more than $800 million in credits. Listen now
Maria Dudzak, KRBD – Ketchikan Debates over the location of a new public library, bonding propositions and a political misstep were only a...
Steve Heimel, APRN – Anchorage Monday, a Presidential Commission opened two days of hearings on the BP Gulf of Mexico blowout. They...
During Governor Mike Dunleavy's visit to Nome yesterday, which was one of his scheduled “roadshow” stops around the state, he was greeted at the airport by Brenda Evak, who was ultimately taken away in handcuffs for alleged disorderly conduct.
It sets a goal of increasing the amount of the Permanent Fund assets invested in-state to at least 5 percent in five years. Listen now
Len Anderson, KSKA – Anchorage Anchorage Assembly Chair Dick Traini wants to raise the municipality’s tobacco tax. A recent public hearing showed the proposed...
Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s budget proposes eliminating more than a third of the state’s funding for Medicaid. To achieve that, some hospitals and nursing homes could be paid less to provide skilled labor.
Alaska Public Media and the Alaska Dispatch News have reached an agreement with the state of Alaska in their lawsuit to obtain records related to the Alaska National Guard scandal.
Costco has been the target of a massive consumer campaign opposed to genetically engineered salmon. Download Audio
Governor Bill Walker faces a potential campaign to recall him from office. Joe Miller backs the effort. He was the runner-up in the 2010 U.S. Senate campaign and 2014 Senate Republican primary. Listen now
Are Wood bison and Plains bison two different subspecies, or are they the same subspecies? That's a question that is raising some questions of it's own, now that a University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher has co-authored a paper that could affect the threatened designation of Alaska's Wood Bison.