Last weekend's last-minute legislation aimed at raising the minimum wage seemed to be history repeating. Now, there's no wage increase, and a lot more time before voters can weigh in.
Breastfeeding regrets, troublesome Sriracha fumes, a resilient chihuahua, chicken wearables, a newly discovered detachable insect penis, and more. All the news you tried to avoid, in this week's News Roundup.
An acrimonious exchange last week, between Senators Hollis French and Cathy Giessel, should call into question the legislature's refusal to swear in witnesses.
Yes. They're back. No. They're not relevant.
Breast milk, test tube vaginas, Pebble Mine, spiders, and Stephen Colbert. It's been a weird week, but as always we're here to hold your hand and guide you along the way.
The worth and value of public education reverberates throughout communities. Investing in students results in the greatest dividends.
All news, no fools: It's easy to get pranked this time of year, but we've got you covered with stories that are 100% true. Even if we wish some of them weren't.
Anchorage School Board candidate Don Smith got a lot of press this week due to some questionable comments made during a interview. Are the comments made worth the attention he is getting?