Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Cooper Landing resident Charlotte Bauer, 9, shared a booth with her sister Elly Bauer, 12, selling homemade rings, earrings, cotton hats, purses and coasters Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Sterling Community Center in Sterling, Alaska.
Two consultants to the state Legislature have warned that Gov. Bill Walker's quest for an expanded state-led natural gas pipeline could undermine the larger industry-led gas project in which the state is also a partner.
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — State lawmakers looked to end the extended legislative session Monday amid a still-unsettled budget.
The Senate voted Monday morning to accept a budget proposal, but the state government could be left with...
It isn't time to call the season yet, but with April rapidly drawing to a close Kenai Peninsula birders may have to settle for below-average numbers of migratory birds using the Kenai and Kasilof river flats.
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The extended state legislative session carries on, with a vote pending on a state spending plan.
Senate President Kevin Meyer said Sunday that Senate minority leader Berta Gardner wanted to wait to take up the budget.