The State Senate committee looking at the state’s energy future Wednesday got a reminder from the federal pipeline coordinator: the state statute setting up...
Communities across the state elected new mayors and enacted new measures in local municipal elections yesterday. Listen now
Alaska’s largest Native organization is challenging a Southeast group to lead the regional campaign to regain federal voting-rights protections.
The Anchorage Assembly approved the purchase of land to relocate Fire Station #3 at last night’s meeting. But they postponed most of the other major decisions and discussions, including the public hearing on the city's labor laws.
Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks Fairbanks Borough voters face two propositions on Tuesday’s municipal election ballot. Proposition A would prevent the borough from banning,...
Gov. Bill Walker called the Alaska Legislature into a special session starting Thursday.
The Board of Fisheries’ new coastal change committee will hold its first meeting next month. The committee is helping the board develop some guidelines for how it deals with commercial fishing boundaries that change along with Alaska’s coastline. Download Audio
Furloughed workers are breathing a sigh of relief after Congress threw together a bipartisan deal today to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration’s funding.
With time winding down in the scheduled 90-day session, questions remain about whether or not legislators can agree on Gov. Bill Walker's proposal to expand and reform Medicaid. Download Audio
The state’s budget problem is shrinking, but it may not be enough to resolve differences between the Senate and House. Listen now
Steve Heimel, APRN - Anchorage A panel of judges from the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is in Alaska to hear appeals on cases...
The vast majority of the people who testified during a House Finance Committee hearing Sunday spoke out in opposition to Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget proposal.
A panel of experts wrapped up two days of meetings Thursday in Fairbanks that will help the state Department of Environmental Conservation determine the appropriate cleanup level for contamination of North Pole’s groundwater caused by chemicals leaking from the refinery now owned by Flint Hills Resources. Download Audio
Robert Boochever was a former New York resident and Army Captain who met his future wife, Army nurse Connie Maddox, while serving in Newfoundland.
They said in a letter to Walker that it would unfair to either confirm or reject Walker’s appointment of Randall Kowalke to replace Dunleavy. Listen now
The regional Native corporation for Southeast Alaska has a new CEO, a new board chairman and a new board member. Leaders of Juneau-headquartered Sealaska are following a direction set by their predecessors. But they promise some changes, following a recent board election. Download Audio
Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks The Alaska Supreme Court ruled Friday that state predator control programs conform to the sustained yield mandate for managing...