With reduced PFDs on the way, protests expected at budget forum

With smaller dividend checks expected to be dispersed next week, the controversy over the governor’s Permanent Fund Earnings payment veto is once again boiling over.


One of Alaska’s largest and most prominent Native corporations will not be paying shareholders an annual dividend this fall, citing a tough economic climate.


Local governments across the state are feeling the way Alaska's financial crisis trickles down to their communities, and for Anchorage, the mayor says that translates to a roughly $40 million shortfall.



A driver in a black truck on Boniface parkway struck and killed a dog Thursday while the 12 year old was watching, and then drove off.


'Black' moon tonight will make aurora viewing even better


Carbon dioxide levels reach historic levels


A cut above the rest: Teen gives haircuts to homeless


Windy & Wet To the West, Clouds Move Over SC


Improperly sterilized dental tools at Bethel clinic prompts blood tests for nearly 200 patients


PHOTOS: Our neighbor, the moose


Bill that creates commission on Native children on its way to Obama's desk


LIVE-STREAM: Governor Walker provides update on Asia trip to promote Alaska's natural gas


9-year-old boy pursues boxing dreams


Marijuana advocates ramp up campaign before Mat-Su election


Anchorage-based Senshi Con 2016 kicks off Saturday morning


Ship surveying, updating century-old data near Uganik Bay


Nageak says he's not leaving suit over lost primary race


Public safety concerns prompt "Own the Night" walk at Valley of the Moon park


Alaska customers caught up in Wells Fargo bank scandal


VIDEO: Native group encourages traditional healing


Jackie's Pic Of The Day


Fourth suspect in Alora Loop fatal shooting turns himself in


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