“I consider that a life’s work,” Tom Wagner said.
Officials say they’ve seen benefits of a health care cost transparency ordinance passed by the Anchorage Assembly last February, and now Ketchikan is exploring a similar measure to receive price tags for care.
The two boards regulating fisheries and game in the state are considering a joint meeting next spring.
When Jack Marshall first donned the white gloves to spread Christmas cheer, the year was 1978. The hot gift was the Atari 2600 video game console that retailed for $199, what would be upward of $750 in today’s dollars.
Global warming is causing ocean water to become less like baking soda and more like milk, chemically speaking.
Gov. Bill Walker is asking the Alaska Legislature to again consider new taxes to help support state spending in Fiscal Year 2019.
The Alaska Marijuana Control Board has given the death penalty to one of Alaska’s largest manufacturers of edible marijuana products.
A bill before the Legislature in the upcoming session would overhaul workers’ compensation to lessen the overall cost of the program in the state.
Two of five Young Fishing Fellows in inaugural class hail from Juneau and will help steward projects aimed at increasing youth access to the fishing industry.
With a month until legislators head back to Juneau for the next regular session, the House and Senate majorities are as far apart as last year about budget fixes.