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.
An acrimonious exchange last week, between Senators Hollis French and Cathy Giessel, should call into question the legislature's refusal to swear in witnesses.
An antiquated policy championed by Don Smith is hamstringing Anchorage's economy and damaging our quality of life. And it's not going away unless we make it.
Satire is hard. At least to most of us. But when an Anchorage Steller Secondary School student takes on the state legislature, Gavel Alaska, and education reform, it seems to come naturally.
All the news you might have missed, or might have been hiding from. Here are this week's monsters underneath the bed.
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.
Education has been a top priority of the 28th Alaska State Legislature. However, despite one lawmaker's efforts, one crucial lesson plan is notably absent.
Last year, Alaska Republicans had to apologize after laughing at the prospect of recognizing civil unions. This year, they're doubling down.