A series of Palin-themed emails from the Begich campaign to supporters are at odds with the campaign's overall positive messaging.
Many bills this session faced stiff opposition from Alaskans objecting with a single word: Bloomberg. Strangely, the education bill wasn't one of them. It should have.
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.
Last Saturday saw the end of Sen. Pete Kelly's latest attempt to hand the judicial branch over to the whims of politicians. The proposal showed a tremendous misunderstanding (or willful neglect) of the separation of powers.
Witnessing the reemergence of Yup'ik traditions at Newhalen School, through a new program called "Culture Mondays," has helped bring a southwestern Alaska community together.
Having a bit of fun at their political opponents' (self inflicted) expense, the Alaska Democratic Party released an "#AKLeg End of Session Quiz: War on Women Edition" Wednesday evening.
An acrimonious exchange last week, between Senators Hollis French and Cathy Giessel, should call into question the legislature's refusal to swear in witnesses.