Rashah McChesney, KTOO - Juneau
Last year, the state’s Department of Transportation and Public Facilities started to look for ways to cut costs at the more than 200 airports it owns and operates. The vast majority of those airports are...
Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Tuesday that he has appointed Lucinda Mahoney to be the state’s newest Department of Revenue commissioner.
The Juneau police officer who shot and killed a man while responding to a 911 call last month has returned to duty.
The three Republicans -- Mike Shower, Shelley Hughes and Lora Reinbold -- broke from their caucus on a vote last year setting the Permanent Fund dividend amount.
Juneau resident Neil Steininger started Tuesday, just in time for the first day of the legislative session.
The order blocks the Recall Dunleavy campaign from gathering signatures to put the question on the ballot until the Alaska Supreme Court reviews the case.
After more than a decade on the Alaska Supreme Court, Justice Craig Stowers is stepping down. He’s set to retire on June 1.
Some are questioning why the man who was killed provoked police, and others are asking whether it was necessary to use lethal force.
A Kenai Peninsula woman is in hiding after a violent assault in her Sterling home. Tammie Willis said she’s being targeted because she’s gay and wants other people in the LGBTQ community on the Kenai...
A city police officer shot and killed a Juneau man in the early morning on Dec. 29. Kelly Michael Stephens was a 34-year-old tattoo artist whom Juneau police said threatened to kill the officer. Police...