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The sponsor of the bill, Sen. Fred Dyson, R-Eagle River, said his goal is to get ferry workers in line with the rest of state, the Alaska Public Radio Network reported .
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Not far from Anchorage is a place that is rich in wildlife, with an abundance of public lands perfect for quiet recreation and family outings.
That whimsical musical model has led the group, a rotating collective of cellists, to perform work by artists as diverse as Kanye West, Pantera and J.S. Bach.
Jeff King waves to fans as he leaves Willow at the beginning of the 42nd Iditarod.
A former state Crime Lab employee was charged Thursday after an investigation by the Alaska State Troopers into the lab's handling of drug samples.
Nineties musical icon Vanilla Ice will perform in Anchorage for the "KFAT Morning Choas 2nd Chance Prom" Saturday, April 12 at the Captain Cook ballroom.
The Municipality of Anchorage is broadening the reach of litigation to include the federal government among the defendants in the ongoing port expansion drama.
Musher Karin Hendrickson cuddles with one of her sled dogs at the Takotna checkpoint during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
The discussion came as the panel considered a bill sponsored by Rep. Lynn Gattis, R-Wasilla, that would grant chartering authority to government agencies, education-related nonprofits, and accredited post-secondary institutions.
On Wednesday, panelists at a University of Alaska Anchorage event debated Alaska's ballot initiative to legalize marijuana, which voters will weigh in on Aug. 19. Cort is a board member of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, a Massachusetts-based group founded by Patrick Kennedy that has emerged as a central counterpoint to legalization advocacy ... (more)
Walter Carpeneti told the House Judiciary Committee the current system has worked well.
About 1,500 women were signed up to participate in 2013's Gold Nugget Triathlon at Bartlett High.
Rita Crane was last seen Feb. 15 and reported missing five days later. Crane is described as an Alaska Native with brown eyes and black hair.
Scott Janssen, an Anchorage undertaker known as the Mushing Mortician, was back home early Wednesday after getting a cast for the broken bone he suffered on Tin Creek, about 40 miles from Nikolai.
This Monday, March 3, 2014 photo released by the Alaska State Troopers shows trooper Lucas Hegg posing with his dog, Amber, a 2-year-old golden retriever.
A fresh cover of snow combined with poor visibility on Anchorage and Mat-Su roads led to a string of accidents during the morning commute Wednesday.