Advocates are pushing for a bill that would give people with disabilities more say in state services.
The state is moving forward with a plan to reorganize Medicaid services for certain individuals with mental health and substance use disorders.
Former state Senator Mike Dunleavy is out touring the state, rounding up support for his gubernatorial bid.
Harbormasters and state officials are looking for a little more authority to regulate junk boats around Alaska.
Juneau high school students and dozens of other Alaskans offered two hours of impassioned testimony Wednesday afternoon on the first gun-control proposal considered by the Alaska Legislature since a mass shooting killed 17 people and injured 14 more at a Florida high school on Valentine’s Day.
Two candidates have thrown their hats into the ring so far to claim the U.S. House of Representatives seat from Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska).
The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Board issued an apology Thursday afternoon to all involved in the fallout from running a piece that some found offensive in this past weekend’s Wearable Arts Show. The statement came after more than 100 people showed up at the body’s regular board meeting Wednesday night.
In the past three years, the university has seen its budget slashed.
Commercial fishermen across the Gulf of Alaska might finally receive some checks from the federal government after the pink salmon disaster in 2016.