JUNEAU - The Alaska Arctic Policy Commission is recommending the state take several steps to enhance Arctic communities in its final report, which was delivered to the Legislature on Friday.
JUNEAU - Fishermen in Alaska will have access to slightly more halibut this year than last. The International Pacific Halibut Commission voted Friday in Vancouver, British Columbia, for a total catch in Alaska of 21.215 million pounds, up from 19.
JUNEAU - Bills that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana have been put on hold while lawmakers wait for a new draft that better reflects the intent of voters. During a joint session of the House and Senate Judiciary committees Wednesday, Rep.
JUNEAU - The head of the board currently in charge of writing regulations for the legalized use of recreational pot in Alaska said Tuesday that rules on edibles, advertising and extraction methods should be part of the conversation.
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The legislative ethics committee will discuss options for collecting unpaid fines levied against lawmakers.
JUNEAU- Alaska lawmakers hope to fast track a bill that would decriminalize marijuana, but legalization advocates disagree with the way legislators propose going about it.
JUNEAU - Alaska ferry rates are due to change over the next several years in an effort to make them more equitable throughout the state, ferry system officials said Thursday. Fares on most routes will increase 4.5 percent this summer.
JUNEAU - A legislative committee that can fine Alaska lawmakers for ethics violations now wants a way to collect, but members couldn't agree on how to do that during a meeting Wednesday in Juneau.
Molly Minick, 11, left, inspects one of the Christmas trees for sale outside her home on Monday. Minick, along with her brothers...
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