JUNEAU— A bill expanding legal protections for animals in domestic violence situations has passed the Alaska House and is headed for the Senate.
While the bill... Read more
JUNEAU — A looming fight over the state’s oil and gas tax credits is coming to a head in the state House as it majority... Read more
JUNEAU — Two Wasilla Republicans are working to limit special interest groups like Planned Parenthood from teaching in Alaska’s public schools.
Republican Rep. Lynn Gattis introduced... Read more
JUNEAU — A House fisheries committee advanced a rewrite of Gov. Bill Walker’s fisheries tax bill on Tuesday, diverting half of the potential revenue into... Read more
JUNEAU — Fishermen harvested nearly 533,000 salmon in Cook Inlet personal-use fisheries last year and the Kasilof River saw its highest sockeye salmon harvest to... Read more