Shaky Data and Mixed Opinions: Presentations on Budget Fix Leave More...

While there is a growing consensus that Alaska will have to utilize the Permanent Fund Earnings Reserve Account (ERA) to deal with multi-billion dollar...

Unconstitutional Land Grab Bill Passes Through Third Committee for No Apparent...

A bill that legislators know is unconstitutional has resurfaced in the Senate Resources Committee, where it was promptly passed on Wednesday evening.


Take Me Home Tonight: Juneau Edition

Need a buddy? Check out our weekly feature of adoptable pets and events surrounding pet adoption from across Alaska. Maybe you’ll find a friend to bring home.

Beardcicle Chronicles: Some Days the Ride to Work is Going to...

Some days it just doesn't matter. The ride is gonna suck. That's just the reality of it and if you are a dedicated bike...


Anchorage Volunteers Map Out the City’s Homeless Population

Last week, Anchorage joined cities nationwide in conducting the federally mandated Point in Time count, an effort to calculate the municipality's homeless.

Alaska Supreme Court Asks for a Closer Look at Cancer Death

The Alaska Supreme Court has ordered a superior court judge to again consider retrial of a case determining whether tobacco company Philip Morris USA is responsible for the death of a Marshall man.


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