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Republicans are creating a new slate of punishments for the county officials who run elections, arguing they overstepped their authority when they expanded voter access... [Read More]
Though some may view it as morbid or egotistical, the art of taxidermy represents a treasure chest of local knowledge. [Read More]
Book review: Rémy Marion sees bears as reflections of ourselves in some ways, opposite of us in others, and crucial to our understanding of the... [Read More]
The union did not approve a statement from its president supporting Bronson, its business manager said in a letter. [Read More]
APD should publicize a policy relating to the release of camera footage, to avoid future conflict and to allow the public to weigh in. [Read More]
The highly unusual method Derrick Maurice Herlong is said to have used to surveil his alleged victim is bound to raise some concerns for the... [Read More]
Anchorage will not recover if we don't prioritize child care and caregiving. [Read More]
In a city of some 300,000 souls? Really? [Read More]
The "Sleeves Up for Summer" campaign is bringing the COVID-19 vaccine to pop-up clinics this weekend, on top of existing vaccine availability at sites across... [Read More]
Alaska's current state of affairs isn't a plan, it's a dream, punctuated by fits of panic and luck. [Read More]
The department said existing regulations released in 2016 remain in effect and "are critical to ensuring adequate safety and environmental protections for this sensitive ecosystem... [Read More]
Resident guides make up less than 1% of all Alaska hunters, yet will essentially control the votes on the Board if two more guides are... [Read More]
The Anchorage tourism industry should consider the potential for increased business by promoting an annual hot air balloon festival. [Read More]
The city's medical examiner's office said Friday that 750 bodies are being kept in long-term storage in refrigerated trailers at a Brooklyn pier while family... [Read More]
Who should I believe the most regarding COVID-19 and health precautions? Dr. Ben Westley or Mr. Dave Bronson? [Read More]
On a per capita basis, the Seychelles outbreak is worse than India's raging surge. [Read More]
Police said Jason Matthew Balzer put her body in a rubbish bin that he sealed and buried in the woods about 3 miles from their... [Read More]
Three made their initial court appearances Friday via videoconference in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis. [Read More]
America's employers added just 266,000 jobs last month, sharply lower than in March. [Read More]
Lars Arneson and Klaire Rhodes won the 8-mile race held on a course rerouted because of recent bear activity. [Read More]
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