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Special Agent Luis Sanjur, Office of Special Investigations Detachment 632 superintendent, presents an Eagle Eyes Certificate of Appreciation to Jenny Mosley, wife of Tech.
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On the door of a kindergarten classroom in Juneau, I saw a sign that read "Graduating Class of 2025." What will 2025 be like? I don't know.
6 hrs ago | Alaska Star
Navy Seaman Cruz Boseman smiles as he walks off the USS Anchorage during the ship's commissioning ceremony Saturday, May 4, at the Port of Anchorage.
One of Alaska's most active volcanoes, which has been belching ash and spewing lava since last week, has forced regional flight cancellations and dusted some nearby communities with ash, scientists and local officials said on Monday.
Continuing #WGDB's coverage of the beer business , craft brewers from across the country met with 11 Senate Democrats this week, including Mark Begich of Alaska and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin.
A state commission will meet behind closed doors Tuesday in Kenai to decide whether a number of former police officers, troopers and corrections officers should lose their right to wear a badge in Alaska.
Alaska's Pavlof Volcano sent ash and steam skyward Sunday but not enough to raise the aviation threat for international air carriers.
If you're planning on entering the 2013 Arctic Innovation Competition , it wouldn't hurt to take a peek at the inventions that wowed the judges of this chilly contest, so here are the grand prize winners from 2009 to 2012 for extra inspiration: Not only did these extremely durable inflatable snowshoes impress AIC's judges, but they also caught the ... (more)
The past two weeks have been active ones at the State Agency Databases Project .
Four years ago, a disgruntled contractor for opponents of a proposed Pebble mine sold insider emails, donor lists, bank records and other information to the Pebble Partnership for $50,000, an arbitrator found -- setting in motion a chain of upheaval in the epic political war over the huge gold and copper prospect.
The price of gold has been dropping for about a week, but KTUU-TV reports local miners are still enthusiastically teaching the next generation how to pan for gold.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - An Alaska Native village corporation that operates a popular cruise ship destination has launched a commercial consulting service for others seeking help developing their own cultural tourism ventures.
Snow in mid-May? It's not unheard of, but it has a lot of Alaskans saying enough is enough.
After 34 years of working at Ketchikan's Gateway Center for Human Services, including 10 years as medical director, Wandal William Winn is calling it a day.
Fairbanks Natural Gas, Interior Alaska Natural Gas Utility each tell the Regulatory Commission of Alaska to be wary of the other The battle over bringing liquefied natural gas to the Interior is getting testy.