There are two days left to vote absentee in person at the Gateway Recreation Center in Tuesday's combined special election and state primary.
Ketchikan City Council Member Mark Flora on Wednesday filed to be a candidate for one of two open three-year seats on the council.
A federal court ruling this week has thrown into doubt the future of a valuable commercial king salmon fishery in Southeast Alaska, after a conservation group challenged the ...
Drag performers shimmied up and down a walkway between café tables, as enthusiastic patrons took photos, waved cash and filled out ballots ranking the shows.
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It’s been fairly quiet out there in terms of filing for local public office. Gateway Borough Mayor Rodney Dial, and Borough Assemblyman Austin Otos filed on the opening day for filings. Please log in ...
Republicans, Democrats and independents seeking a variety of elected offices across Alaska appear united by a desire to restrict deep-sea trawling.
The Ketchikan School Board voted 6-1 in favor of a set of revisions to the board’s policy on unexcused absences during a quick meeting on Wednesday night.
Pat Chesbro, a Democratic candidate for the Alaska U.S. Senate seat now held by Sen. Lisa Murkowski, spoke with the Daily News on Saturday during a visit to the First ...
ANCHORAGE — Alaska will receive at least $100 million through a new federal program to expand high-speed internet to underserved rural areas and promote workforce development, officials said Tuesday.
Mary Peltola over the weekend visited the First City ahead of the special election on Aug. 16 to fill the remainder of the late Rep. Don Young’s term in Congress.
It’s important for you to hear real plans from the candidates who want to run this state. While some won’t answer press questionnaires or show up for debates, I have, every time. As someone who grew ...