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2 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
A new dorm is under construction at the Alaska Technical Center in Kotzebue, AK on Thursday, August 7, 2014.
6 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
This week Alaskans saw their civil liberties wrecked on the rock of "political correctness" when Gov. Parnell vetoed Senate Bill 108.
10 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
Sam Fenton, representing Camp Anchorage, chops his way to a win in springboard chopping in the Fred Scheer's Lumberjack Show on Friday, August 22, 2014, at the Alaska State Fair.
13 hrs ago | KSKA
Incumbent Senator Mark Begich and challenger Dan Sullivan resume campaigning. The Division of Elections has revised the election returns.
Two civil rights organizations filed a joint brief in federal court supporting a challenge to Alaska's same-sex marriage ban.
A full federal appeals court will review the decision allowing Alaska's Tongass National Forest to be exempt from federal restrictions on road-building and timber harvests in "roadless" areas."
Republican incumbent Sean Parnell, Democrat Byron Mallott and independent Bill Walker fielded dozens of questions Thursday night at Kodiak's Gerald C. Wilson auditorium, KMXT reported.
Tom Bearup came to Alaska in the year 1975, settling in the town of Soldotna. Very soon after arriving in Soldotna, Tom became a Soldotna Police Officer.
Arecent headline for a Homer News letter to the editor caught my attention - "National sales tax wrong for Alaska."
A group of Alaska mayors has come out in opposition of the ballot measure to legalize, tax and regulate recreational marijuana in Alaska.
Damage is visible at the Kodiak Launch Complex after a rocket launch was aborted early Monday morning, August 25, 2014, at the site.
Gov. Sean Parnell on Thursday vetoed a bill that would have made thousands of court records confidential in cases where charges are dismissed or defendants have been acquitted.
It could take up to nine months to complete the investigation into what caused a plane crash in Alaska that left three vacationing New Brunswickers injured, officials say.
A $1.5 million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation will fund a five-year pilot project to help American Indian and Alaska Native college students achieve advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM subjects.
What do you do with a huge hot dog that is washed up on a Cook Inlet beach in AlaskA? Light it on fire! That's what trekkers Graham Kraft, Andy Fischer, Eben Sargent, and Luc Mehl attempted.
America's domestic maritime industry received a boost Aug. 24 when delegates to the Alaska State AFL-CIO convention in Fairbanks unanimously passed a resolution supporting the Jones Act.
ALASKANS like to talk about how distant the rest of America feels. In downtown Anchorage, with its familiar fast-food restaurants and hotel chains, this line can sound a little affected.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 05:00 pm
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