Governor Bill Walker prepared for his first legislative session since being elected by laying out his vision for tackling Alaska’s fiscal problems.
Maligned by critics for being too expensive, Anchorage’s renovated Legislative Information Office opened for the first time Friday.
Much like rivals on the gridiron, friends and foes of a proposed football stadium for South High School sparred late into the evening Monday before an Anchorage Planning Commission meeting.
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The Walker administration released what it calls a “work in progress” budget submitted by the outgoing Parnell administration on Monday.
Although it doesn’t look like the Christmas season in Alaska, it sounds like it on radio station Magic 98.9, KYMG-FM.
An initiative on Tuesdays local ballot could raise the property tax exemption in the Matsu Valley from $150,000 to $218,000.
Trying to combat the high cost of groceries, one of Alaska's biggest retailers Fred Meyer is trying to woo customers with cheaper items, a strategy that could ease the pain on your wallet.
Some market watchers are predicting this year's dividend to double from last year, and they're saying it may go even higher than that.
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