Alaska’s labor commissioner said Thursday that she was aghast to learn that Mountain View’s unemployment rate last year was 18 percent. It’s even higher now at 22 percent.
Excavation of a 1,100-footlong trench along the Old Glenn Highway near Butte began today in an attempt to direct the flow of the Matanuska River away from the soft riverbank and back toward the middle of the river.
An administrative order issued by Gov. Walker in February to combine functions of the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission with the Department of Fish and Game has been put on hold as the governor seeks more input from fishermen.
Juneau Police say a school bus with students on board was struck by an accidentally-fired bullet on Wednesday.
Wednesday's quake was felt more than 100 miles away in Rome and was followed by several aftershocks amid dramatic rescues and cries for help.
As he was preparing to land, the Talon Air pilot alerted the tower in that there was something wrong with his co-pilot.
The Syrian border town of Jarablus came under fire as Turkey launched an anti-ISIS offensive.
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on what constitutes as "official action" has put one former N.Y. Assembly Speaker's 12-year conviction in doubt.
The DOJ urged the U.S. Supreme Court to leave a lower court ruling in place that struck down one of the nation's toughest voter ID laws.