Sunday afternoon, demonstrators bearing signs with slogans such as “morals before money” and “no poison for profit” will gather in front of Tobacco Distress, a Sterling smoke shop from which demonstration organizer Jessica Burch claims she bought spice during her years as an addict of the dr...
Nikiski residents Lynda Moore, left, and Ewin Frothingham, right, cast their votes during the regular election on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015 at the Nikiski Fire Department Station 1 poll location in Nikiski, Alaska....
Soldotna residents voted to stick to what they know during Tuesday's regular election. For seat A on the Soldotna City Council, long-time community member Fred Sturman challenged incumbent Paul Whitney for a three-year term and lost.
The borough assembly will see three new faces beginning Oct. 19.
After a four-way race for the borough assembly seat in District 1, Gary Knopp emerged as the leader Tuesday night with all precincts reporting, but absentee ballots still to be counted.
Nikiski area residents shot down a law enforcement service area in Tuesday's municipal election.
Barring any changes after absentee ballots are counted, Proposition 2 failed with 541 votes cast against it and 399 votes in favor of it.
JUNEAU - Gov. Bill Walker's administration spent $50,000 on consultants to help prepare for a visit by President Barack Obama and nearly another $2,000 on a professional photographer to capture what was described as a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.
Gov. Bill Walker’s proposal to increase the state’s share in the Alaska LNG Project could put Alaska on the hook for more than $14 billion, but also generate about $400 million in additional annual revenue, according to a report from Department of Natural Resources consultants.