Gov. Bill Walker delivers his fourth State of the State address in Juneau. Photo courtesy of the governor’s office

Walker: Bring us together and secure a sustainable financial future for Alaska

Editor’s note: Alaska Gov. Bill Walker has written a letter to the state’s next governor elect, in which he hopes all fellow Alaskans to...

Dunleavy, Young and Stutes claim victories in mid-term election

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Dunleavy grabbed a 123,447-102,654-vote edge over Democratic opponent Mark Begich, with 98 percent of votes counted on Nov. 6, to...

Bristol Bay finfish meeting set for Dillingham

Bristol Bay finfish issues will be on the table in Dillingham when the Alaska Board of Fisheries meets Nov. 28 through Dec. 3.During the...

Testing backlog of sexual assault kits could take 3-4 years

Department of Public Safety officials say it will take another three to four years to finish testing a backlog of 2,568 sexual assault kits,...

DOT&PF offers safe driving tips

With the arrival of winter, the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is offering motorists four safe driving tips.Motorists are advised to allow...

British study links shorebird decline to climate change

A new study by British researchers links declining shorebird populations to climate change.An international team of scientists, including researchers from the Universities of Bath...

Koniag attorney honored

Peter Boskofsky, general counsel for Koniag Inc., has been recognized by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development for his legal skills.The center...

Tagaban to perform during NVE Sobriety Celebration

Tlingit storyteller, speaker, mentor, performer and counselor of the spirit Gene Tagaban will deliver the keynote address on Saturday, Nov. 10, during this year’s...

EPA awards $20 M+ for water projects

Alaska received a $20 million plus boost on Oct. 30, through an award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help finance improvements to...

Mountain travel website upgraded

Major upgrades on weather conditions have been made to the Alaska Avalanche Information Center’s website, alaskasnow.org, thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Rasmuson...

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