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9 hrs ago | Homer Tribune
The Alaska House of Representatives, in a blatant political maneuver designed to deny Alaskans the opportunity to vote on the already-approved voter initiative to raise the state's minimum wage, passed HB 384 by a very close vote of 21-19 the evening of April 13. The House Majority leadership introduced HB 384 through the Rules Committee on April ... (more)
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13 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
A Republican legislator in the Alaska state House apologized Tuesday for touting the benefits of breastfeeding by calling it "smart and sexy."
14 hrs ago | KRBD-FM Ketchikan
Around 500 young musicians from all over Southeast Alaska brought their instruments and voices to Ketchikan last weekend for the Region 5 Southeast Alaska Music Festival.
With "A Guide to Serving Local Fish in School Cafeterias," the Sitka Conservation Society has compiled best practices, trends, case studies and more into one easily available publication.
The Coast Guard has scheduled a change of command for the Alaska district. Rear Adm.
Reconsideration was served on the budget, meaning it could be voted on again before going to the House.
A bill that would allow landlords to garnish tenants' Permanent Fund dividends to pay for repairs is headed for a full House vote.
The only reason Theresa Levitt's book "A Short Bright Flash" wound up on my desk was the mention of the author's experience working at the Alaska State Museum in the first sentence.
I emptied my freezer of its last piece of fish last week. The remaining contents? A lonely assortment of frozen potstickers, high bush cranberries and half a bottle of vodka.
A jury in Juneau has begun deliberations in the murder trial of a 53-year-old Montana man who fatally shot his girlfriend in 1996 in the southeast Alaska community of Yakutat.
A Juneau church fire that was deemed suspicious is now being investigated as arson.
You heard right. Seiners have a chance to test the waters to determine if a directed pollock fishery makes sense for that type of gear in the Gulf of Alaska.
Know what was hip in Juneau during the late eighties? I'll give you a hint, it wasn't the mash potato.
The Alaska Folk Fest is the crown jewel for late-night revelers and music fiends.
It's not surprising that at the blistering pace Internet demand the FCC predicts a demand of one communication tower for every 75 residents.