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An Anchorage man and former Alaska Yellow Cab driver accused of sexually assaulting a passenger he'd offered a free ride in August 2011 was found not guilty on Friday following a week-long trial.
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Andrew Duncan and Todd Hendrickson of Acme Fence Co. install gates at the ends of the covered breezeway between the 4th Avenue Theatre and First National Bank of Alaska on Thursday.
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Jeffrey MacDonald tells of efforts at Christ Church in Anchorage, Alaska, to provide aging members of the community with affordable housing on the parish's property.
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"Whatcha wanna eat? Also, do you want to be on Buying Alaska?" read a text message I received on Sunday night from my significant other, Zac.
This weekend, Eli, Chris, Geoff and David will do their best to make up for that oversight when they present three shows as a Beatles tribute band called BritBeat.
A couple of Anchorage men hope to parlay this weekend's Fireweed 400 bike race into a two-day road trip that puts an Alaskan spin on planes, trains and automobiles.
Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion Water encroaches on a horse barn Wedneday July 2, 2014 on Buoy Avenue near the Kalifonsky Meadow Subdivision in Kenai, Alaska.
A 25-year-old Anchorage man was sentenced in federal court Thursday to five years for robbing two South Anchorage banks earlier this year.
Begich brings in $1.3 million in the latest fundraising quarter: Alaska Sen. Mark Begich brought in $1.3 million in the fundraising quarter that ended in June, a slight bump up from the $1.1 million raised during the previous quarter.
Harry W. Need IV has been hired as the director of gift planning for the University of Alaska Foundation.
Blogging and writing about Anchorage area churches has occupied my time for more than six years.
The mounting tide of unaccompanied minors crossing the Southwest U.S. border to flee poverty and violence in Central America might be felt in Alaska through deep cuts to services designed to help newly-arrived refugees start their lives here.
Legislators will have to make do with old furniture from storage and state surplus when they move into their remodeled digs in Anchorage next year, but the Legislative Council approved a $500,000 budget for new furnishings in hearing rooms, public spaces and staff offices.
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Police have yet to release a description of the suspect but are continuing to search within a two-block radius of where the shooting occurred in Fairview, said Jennifer Castro, police spokeswoman.
The approval came after a tense public hearing at which numerous people who live near the Rustic Goat restaurant testified about traffic problems and fears about accidents in the neighborhood.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 02:35 pm
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