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The House Finance Committee room is filled to standing room only at one point for a morning meeting of the conference committee on education on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, in Juneau, Alaska.
On Feb. 26, Kim McNett and BjA rn Olson set off on a 36-day, 1,000-mile bicycle adventure to Alaska's Arctic.
An overview of April listings by four brokers shows that Bristol Bay drift net permits are valued at nearly $134,000 by the state, and listed for sale at $150,000 to $170,000.
The House began taking up amendments Monday. Sunday was supposed to mark the end of the legislative session, but ran long after the House and Senate failed to find agreement on an education plan.
PRESS RELEASE: Anchorage, Alaska - CIRI Alaska Tourism Corporation ranked first in the 2014 Best Places To Work in Alaska program, conducted by the Alaska Journal of Commerce.
No matter how rough a winter you think you had, it was nothing compared to what a wood frog survives every year.
A ballot initiative that could make Alaska the third U.S. state to legalize recreational marijuana will go before voters in a general election in November rather than in August as previously scheduled, officials said on Monday.
A trio of initiatives, including ones to regulate marijuana like alcohol and hike the minimum wage, are expected to be pushed from August to November, a move that could encourage greater turnout on a day that already will play host to Democratic Sen. Mark Begich's high-profile reelection bid.
The Alaska Senate passed a broad-ranging education bill Monday, but the issue of how to address public education in the state - and funding, in particular - remained to be resolved in an extended legislative session.
Just in time for Easter the mall at sears played host to their annual spring garden show Saturday.
Just before Alaska's Senate voted to make 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages alongside English, Rep. Charisse Millett, seated, held hands with Liz Medicine Crow.
The Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., says it's sending protesters to the Alaska Native Heritage Center on June 1. Church members are offended by what they call "idols" at the center.
Packing boxes dot the walls on the fourth floor of the state Capitol late Saturday, April 19, 2014, in Juneau, Alaska.
Rep. Lindsey Holmes speaks to reporters during a House Majority press availability, Feb. 27, 2014.
WE'RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Discovery Theatre 4/26-4/26/2014 Michael Rosen 's award-winning book We're Going On A Bear Hunt is brought vividly and noisily to the stage in this fun-filled adaptation with a lively score.
The STA grant is for $250,000 over three years for a project called "Wooch.een Yei Jigaxtoonei: Working Together to Increase Family Engagement."