A special counsel testified Wednesday that overzealous U.S. prosecutors were so intent on winning a corruption case against the late Sen. Ted Stevens that they intentionally withheld information they were obligated to give the defense.
Gov. Sean Parnell vowed Wednesday that he would not accept a bill that cuts oil taxes but doesn't elicit pledges of new investment.
The Senate Finance Committee is considering a state operating budget that's virtually the same size as the bill that passed the House but also makes some marked changes.
The Alaska Redistricting Board on Monday began a series of meetings to redraw the state's political boundaries.
The House Finance Committee is beginning to delve into one of the biggest unresolved issues of the legislative session this week: education funding.
A North Pole legislator wants to get rid of state safety regulations for food sold by Alaska producers directly to consumers.
Alaska's two senators want more information about a plan to remove Eielson Air Force Base's fleet of F-16s.
JUNEAU — The clock is winding down in the capitol toward the Legislature’s required adjournment April 15.
The Senate passed a major transportation overhaul March 14 to put about $109 billion toward projects throughout the nation. While the bill itself may mean the end of a lot of funding for the Alaska Railroad Corp., other Alaska programs may come out ahead.
Gov. Sean Parnell and House Speaker Mike Chenault say they are hopeful, but still cautious, on prospects for a major reform of state oil and gas taxes passing the Legislature in the final weeks of the 2012 session.