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University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen says the university hopes to incentivize students to enroll in post-secondary training, thereby contributing to a more sustainable state... [Read More]
Thousands of small earthquakes have been recorded in the Kodiak area since a magnitude 7.9 quake in January hit about 175 miles southeast of the... [Read More]
A man was shot and killed at an eastside Anchorage apartment and police have identified two teenage suspects. Police on Thursday morning descended on the... [Read More]
The government will no longer post a public calendar of upcoming missile tests under a new Missile Defense Agency policy. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported... [Read More]
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Voters in Alaska's largest city are on track to becoming the first in the U.S. to defeat a so-called bathroom bill in a referendum that... [Read More]
Ferry delays caused by mechanical problems and weather have left 20 Kodiak-bound vehicles stranded in Homer. The Kodiak Daily Mirror reported Tuesday that the ferry... [Read More]
A records request by The Associated Press shows that since 2008, three Alaska legislators faced complaints of sexual harassment or misconduct. One of the cases... [Read More]
Members and employees of the Sitka Tribe of Alaska starting this summer will be running programs on Tlingit culture. The Daily Sitka Sentinel reported Tuesday... [Read More]
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A California-based developer has offered $12.5 million to buy the Nugget Mall in Juneau's Mendenhall Valley. KTOO Public Media of Juneau reported Tuesday that Aventine... [Read More]
The Alaska Legislature on Tuesday rejected Gov. Bill Walker's nomination of a former Planned Parenthood field organizer to serve on a board that regulates midwifery... [Read More]
The National Transportation Safety Board says the probable cause of a fatal Alaska commuter plane crash was the flight crew's decision to continue using visual... [Read More]
The state will attempt to recoup the costs to repair a bridge over a major highway outside Anchorage that was struck by an over-height truck... [Read More]
The Alaska Aerospace Corporation will undergo a new environmental impact study in order to increase launch capacity at the Pacific Spaceport Complex. The Kodiak Daily... [Read More]
Members of the Alaska Alcohol Beverage Control Board have been told that their January vote forbidding distilleries from serving alcoholic mixed drinks is invalid. The... [Read More]
Former White House communications director Mike Dubke has been contracted to help promote the Alaska gas line project. Alaska Public Media reported Monday that Dubke,... [Read More]
An environmental audit of the Kensington Mine found the operation to be "generally in compliance" with conditions regarding its waste disposal and long-term closure plan,... [Read More]
Gov. Bill Walker in his Public Safety Action Plan has called for lawmakers to look into expunging criminal records for good behavior. KTVA-TV reports that... [Read More]
The Alaska House's populist vote to pay Alaskans the full amount for their oil-wealth fund checks has been undone. Lawmakers rescinded the vote Friday after... [Read More]
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has announced that a proposal to open a salmon hatchery on Baranof Island has been rejected. The Juneau... [Read More]
State biologists have issued an emergency order closing the wolf hunting and trapping season on state land along the Stampede Trail. The Daily News-Miner reports... [Read More]
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