"A budget gap this extreme requires our collective action," Walker said about his proposed budget. "What sits before us now simply cannot be sustained."
Air Force UFO records are now public, NASA took a giant picture, Republicans continue to do useless things, and Mary Cheney is Darth Vader's daughter.
A pre-filed bill offered by Rep. Paul Seaton starts the discussion on marijuana legalization, but includes a controversial delay for concentrates.
All the news this week you might have missed and shoes. News Roundup for January 9, 2015. Yes, 2015.
Studies show inherent benefits of pre-K education, but this year the state may not be able to afford the pre-k funding it can't afford to be without.
A lack of public data from the State of Alaska makes it difficult to gauge whether Walmart is a good deal for Alaskans or a burden on taxpayers.
"I know that hard work is not a partisan effort, but an Alaskan value," Bill Walker said, emphasizing unity after being sworn in as Alaska's 11th governor.
As the winter-based “season of compassion” approaches, Alaskans turn to the socially vulnerable, generously making donations of food and money.