James Brooks, Alaska Beacon
The state of Alaska has sued the U.S. Department of the Interior in an attempt to hold the federal government responsible for the identification of thousands of polluted sites on land given to Alaska...
Gov. Mike Dunleavy will sign a tribal-recognition bill next week, the Alaska Federation of Natives said on Thursday.
The vacancies are slowing services, canceling ferries and could strain the Alaska Permanent Fund.
Incumbent Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has raised more money than any other candidate in Alaska's governor's race, according to the latest reports.
The draft included an ‘everything or nothing’ approach toward public comments.
The public has until Aug. 29 to offer public comment on whether the project should move forward, and if so, under what conditions.
Attorneys from Ahtna Inc. believe state arguments may overturn Katie John precedent.
Federal regulations limit the size of containers that a distillery can produce, but Alaska has no limits in law.
The Department of Health and Social Services has been split into separate organizations.
In a series of interviews, they describe a decade-old pattern of behavior.
Final preliminary results posted Tuesday night by the Alaska Division of Elections show 161,614 people voted in the special election for U.S. House, Alaska’s first statewide election by mail.
State prosecutors have accused LeDoux and two other people of encouraging illegal votes in the 2014 and 2018 state legislative elections.
During Feige's term, DNR launched an initiative to assert state ownership and control of lands and waters from the federal government.
The verdict could set a precedent for actions online by Alaska’s elected officials.
According to plaintiff Robert Corbisier, the entirely by-mail election discriminates against visually impaired voters.
Turnover could dampen momentum on a long-awaited fiscal plan, some lawmakers say.
Ed Sniffen has been charged with three counts of third-degree sexual abuse of a minor.
The decision almost certainly ends Alaska’s redistricting process for 2022.
Budget finishes as second-largest in state history by one measure, but Dunleavy could make cuts.
A six-member committee completed work on the compromise budget late Tuesday, three days after the Alaska House failed to agree with a budget proposal passed by the Senate.