Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
The state Division of Elections is working to verify signatures for the anti-RCV initiative, as well as one to increase the state's minimum wage.
Tshibaka ran for U.S. Senate in 2022 and then founded an organization that advocates against ranked choice voting.
U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola's address to the state Legislature in Juneau was infused with her brand of unity politics.
Her chief of staff calls it a reflection of her special election and transition, but political adversaries say it could indicate trouble.
Sen. Dan Sullivan later said the U.S. should threaten to sink only Iran's spy ships — not the whole navy.
Murkowski lauded Rep. Peltola, a Democrat, and urged legislators to put Alaska before party. She later endorsed Nikki Haley for president.
Sullivan says it will fight authoritarian aggression globally and rev up America’s capacity to make weapons, ammunition and war ships.
Defying Trump’s opposition, Murkowski votes yes on foreign aid-border bill; Sullivan says it falls short
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski was among four Republicans to vote to advance the bill, which did not come close to the 60 needed.
Willow opponents try again, this time in a U.S. appeals court, to block ConocoPhillips oil development in Alaska
At the 9th Circuit, opponents of the Arctic drilling endeavor said the government didn't fully consider climate impacts before approving it.
At 19,000-people strong, the group can help you find everything from a hedgehog to a plumber. Sometimes “Olives” go above and beyond.
Dahlstrom raised $200,000 in a little more than six weeks. She announced in November that she’s challenging Democratic Congresswoman Mary Peltola.
"We have a very significant military buildup going on in our state," Sen. Dan Sullivan said on Alaska Public Media's "Talk of Alaska."
Congress averts a shutdown until at least March, and Alaska’s delegation votes for the bipartisan stop-gap
Rep. Mary Peltola says a handful of "wrecking balls" can derail the House, but she hopes Speaker Johnson keeps his job.
An Alaska sustainable fisheries advocate calls it an "attempt to dismantle federal agencies and their authority to manage resources."
Supreme Court puts an end to Alaska governor’s lawsuit over union dues. The fight over how he paid for it lives on.
Gov. Dunleavy wanted to make it harder to deduct dues from union members' paychecks. The U.S. justices decline to hear the case.
The blowout resonates among Alaskans, who fly more than average Americans and rely heavily on Alaska Airlines.
“I think it's really a celebration of our place, of who we are," says director Julie Decker. No proof of identity is required.
Art Mathias and affiliated groups violated campaign laws, regulators say. But they dismissed similar complaints in a separate case.
Tribes organize ‘First Indigenous Sovereign Habitat Tribal Conservation District’ from Bering Sea to Interior Alaska
38 tribes would like to co-manage land near their villages, to have their say over federal acreage that's been in land-use limbo since 1971.