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Brock McCourt got lucky when it came to finding a job after being locked up on felony drug, weapon and burglary convictions.
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A bill aimed at advancing a major liquefied natural gas project in Alaska cleared a key Senate committee Friday, with a provision that would allow for a portion of the state's royalty revenue from the project to go toward energy projects in areas without direct access to a North Slope gas line.
Rising to the top of a competitive pool of more than 3,600 students across the state, Maeva Ordaz from West Anchorage High School in Anchorage, Alaska, received the title of 2014 Poetry Out Loud Alaska State Champion at the state finals held at the 360 North Studio, in Juneau, Alaska, on March 11, 2014.
Jeff Ottesen, Program Development Director for the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, right at table, and Michael Vigue, Project Manager for DOTPF, testifies on extending the road north of Juneau to the Katzehin River during a March 6 Joint Transportation Committee meeting at the Capitol in Juneau.
On Day Four of the Bard-A-Thon, several people spend their lunchtime at the Downtown Public Libary to read Shakespeare.
Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse is located on the ninth floor of the Hurff Ackerman Saunders Federal Building in Juneau.
Members of an Alaska House committee said Tuesday they would act on a federal report that singled out the state for failing to protect its rural residents against violent crime, sexual assaults and suicides, though they weren't yet sure what they could do.
City Manager Kim Kiefer and Finance Director Bob Bartholomew deliver bad revenue news to the Juneau Assembly Committee of the Whole.
The Homer City Council opted Monday night to move forward with plans to build a more substantial fire station with room for storage of several pieces of apparatus rather than original plans for a large, insulated tent-like structure on the ridge above Homer.
The Inter-Island Ferry Authority's Stikine sails through Ketchikan's Tongass Narrows.
A troubled Parnell administration bill to overhaul land use management in Alaska made its first appearance in this year's legislative session Monday afternoon when a new version was introduced in the Senate Resources Committee.
The process is largely conducted by the Alaska Judicial Council, which consists of three non-attorney Alaskans and three Alaska attorneys.
Sold as a leap forward in 2011, the electronic system with its blue stations has faced technical problems and angered many city visitors.