The Bureau of Land Management rule would apply “maximum protection” to more than half of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
At this point, a Ravn Alaska spokesperson says none of its nine Alaska destinations will be eliminated, but they can expect fewer flights.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created after the Great Recession of 2007-09, has increasingly started policing the health care system.
Unalaska City Council members had lost confidence that the project would be completed on a reasonable timeline.
Advocates of the 500-mile trail network say there has been enough progress to draw long-distance hikers this summer, as they seek state support for more.
Sen. Jesse Kiehl, D-Juneau, says the bill aims to make the property assessment process in the state more fair and transparent for residents.
The Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission says upstream mining in Canada violates tribes' right to a healthy environment.
The Homer City Council unanimously rejected an ordinance Monday that would require short-term rental operators to register their property.
Multiple Alaska companies have partnered with tribal entities to secure federal broadband funds under the Biden-Harris administration.
The Assembly and administration have major differences over who sets the policy and what the city’s position actually is.
Most of the questions at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce event were about economic and business issues.
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. suggests supplying the Cook Inlet region with natural gas as a phased prelude to Asia-bound LNG exports.
A Friday memo from Unalaska's administration advises against renewing a power purchase agreement in the Makushin Volcano geothermal project.
Attorneys general in Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon and Wyoming joined the suit.
The federal Department of Agriculture is offering grants to help people who live and work in Alaska’s rural areas reduce their energy costs.
Alaska Beacon reporter Claire Stremple discusses proposed processing and eligibility changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Some of the funding could be distributed as early as this fall, with much of it getting sent out by January of next year.
A “significant” number of Anchorage locals nominated their city for the grant, according to a Domino's spokesperson.
Senators expressed concerns about several of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's 12 executive orders. The Legislature has until mid-March to reject them.
Analysts say estimates that the state could earn hundreds millions from leases are overpromising.
Stakeholders who have fundamental objections have little time for further negotiation, and little recourse but federal court.
Attorneys presented oral arguments in a long-running dispute over fishing rights on Alaska’s only Native reservation on Thursday.
A group of fans want to honor William Riker’s Last Frontier roots with a bronze statue in the character’s hometown: Valdez.
3 seafood processors announce closures, selloffs following historic price collapse for Alaska fishing industry
Three major seafood processors in Alaska have announced plans to sell off their plants or temporarily close for the upcoming fishing seasons. Trident, Peter Pan Seafood Company and most recently OBI Seafoods – just last month – have all cited turbulent market conditions for their decisions.
New research finds that people who use it the most tend to use it like a credit card, instead of a credit card. And that's regardless of income.
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