JUNEAU - The Alaska Division of Insurance has approved rate increases of up to 40 percent for individuals who bought health insurance plans through the federally run online marketplace.
Census participation on the Kenai Peninsula is lagging behind the state and national average, but is holding close to what was seen here when the surveys were done 10 years ago, according to a bureau official.
A dozen white motor homes clogged the Kenai Holiday gas station parking lot Monday morning, giving locals a rare glimpse at the kind of caravan that has been conspicuously missing from the summertime scene so far this year.
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- More than three weeks after Department of Interior Web sites were shut down, federal employees are struggling to find ways to work without the Web.
JUNEAU (AP) -- A federal claims court has ruled that the U.S. Forest Service acted improperly when it terminated Alaska Pulp Co.'s 50-year timber contract in the Tongass National Forest.
SEATTLE (AP) -- A coalition of timber companies is threatening to sue the federal government if it doesn't review the protected status of the northern spotted owl, whose classification under the Endangered Species Act halted logging on millions of acres of public land.
FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Rep. Don Young is proposing that control over some federal jobs in Alaska's parks and refuges be transferred to as many as 12 Alaska Native tribes.
FAIRBANKS (AP) A waterfowl refuge will open to hunters a day late this year after a flap between federal and state game officials threatened a longer closure of the popular Fairbanks hunting area. The online edition of Peninsula Clarion newspaper in Kenai, Alaska
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