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The head of the Alaska Public Defender Agency notified the judges overseeing the Nome and Bethel judicial districts of the plans Tuesday.
A federal agency said Wednesday it is reinstating restrictions on road-building and logging on the country’s largest national forest in southeast Alaska.
Albert "Ian" Schweitzer, who was sentenced to 130 years in prison, should be "released from his shackles immediately," Judge Peter Kubota ruled.
The miner made the claim on Joe Rogan's podcast.
A divided Alaska Supreme Court ruled Friday that an Anchorage Democrat who won a state House race was a qualified candidate.
The Alaska Legislature convenes for a new session Tuesday with a bipartisan coalition controlling the Senate for the first time in years.
Republican Liz Vazquez has appealed a ruling that Democratic state House candidate Jennie Armstrong met residency requirements to take office.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s office Monday announced Brett Huber Sr.'s appointment to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
The world’s largest aircraft fleet was grounded for hours by a cascading outage in a government system that delayed or cancelled thousands of U.S. flights Wednesday.
The Defense Department confirmed that the satellite reentered late Sunday night over the Bering Sea, a few hundred miles from Alaska.
Anthime Gionet, known as “Baked Alaska” to his social media followers, declined to address the court before he was sentenced Tuesday.
Bear hunters in Alaska national preserves would no longer be able to use bait, such as pastries, dog food or bacon grease, under a proposed National Park Service rule.
The man who unsuccessfully challenged Alaska state Rep. David Eastman’s eligibility to hold office over his Oath Keepers membership does not plan to file an appeal.
The corrections department said it cannot release medical information, citing privacy provisions.
Severe turbulence rocked a flight from Phoenix to Honolulu Sunday, seriously injuring 11 people in what an Hawaiian Airlines official called an isolated and unusual event.
King Cove residents have long sought a land connection through Izembek National Wildlife Refuge to Cold Bay, which is about 18 miles away and has an all-weather airport.
A winter storm marched across the U.S. Wednesday, delivering blizzard-like conditions to the Great Plains hours after tornadoes touched down in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.
A recount of an Anchorage-area state Senate race reaffirmed Republican Cathy Giessel as the winner.
The National Transportation Safety Board says that the Federal Aviation Administration should tighten rules about minimum visibility during flights and require more weather training for pilots who fly around Ketchikan.
One consultant says Palin, the 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee, could have “run away” with Alaska's 2022 U.S. House races but didn’t seem focused.