22 min ago | Homer Tribune
People across the state are gathering 40,000 petition signatures, needed by mid-July, so Alaskans can vote to reject or approve the recent oil-tax giveaway.
4 hrs ago | International Business Times
"Baked Alaska" isn't just a tasty dessert dish this week; the Land of the Midnight Sun is experiencing a heat wave that's shattering records and perhaps leading many to long for a glacier to lie on.
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From eating giant Neapolitans, to frozen strawberry shortcakes, Alaskans are doing all they can to beat the heat.
13 hrs ago | WCTI
Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska announced her support Wednesday for same-sex marriage, becoming the third sitting GOP senator to back the right for gay and lesbian couples to marry.
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Representative Eric Feige from the Alaska State Legislature presents a letter of commendation to the 'Alert's crew for their rescue tow of drill barge 'Kulluk'.
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Move over boating DUIs, shopping cart DUIs are this year's coolest way for Alaskans to be intoxicated aboard a moving object.
Last week, Democratic senators from California, Oregon and Washington wrote to Obama to express concern about the potential effect of the Pebble Mine on their salmon fishing industries and demanding a 'valid, sound science based approach to ensuring that Bristol Bay salmon are safeguarded.'
Sen. Mark Begich on Monday said he's closer to being a Rockefeller Republican than a Pelosi Democrat.
The Department of Environmental Conservation said the gift is from the Hokkaido Development Engineering Center and members of the International Association of Cold Region Development Studies.
Environmental Conservation Commissioner Larry Hartig said in a release that the donation is a symbol of the "deep friendship" between the U.S. and Japan.
The Democratic senator reflects others' views in Alaska's Washington delegation: Lawmakers are demanding more transparency and congressional oversight on government surveillance, though they won't say the programs need to be shut down or that Congress should repeal the Patriot Act.
People across the state are gathering 40,000 petition signatures, needed by mid-July, so Alaskans can vote to reject or approve the recent oil tax giveaway.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency is collecting public comments through the end of June on a proposed mining operation near Alaska's salmon-rich Bristol Bay.