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Sen. Mark Begich drew the line between himself and the three Republicans who want his job: He co-sponsored legislation that would block the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the Hobby Lobby case.
Intermission was coming to a close at the July 5 performance of Opera Fairbanks' "L'Italiana in Algeri" when someone drove into a power pole and knocked out electricity to a chunk of the city, including the Hering Auditorium.
Since the segment was live for East Coast audiences, that meant the show started at 3 a.m. local time in Alaska's capital.
The super PAC supporting Democratic Sen. Mark Begich's re-election campaign, Put Alaska First, released an ad Wednesday with a new attack on Republican primary candidate Dan Sullivan over an old issue: his support of a pro-development permitting and water rights bill.
While both prosecutors and defense attorneys now agree that new hearings are warranted in the so-called "Fairbanks Four" case, that's where the agreement stops.
OPINION: Columnist Alan Boraas argues that the oil industry's purpose is profit from Alaska, not progress for Alaska.
Sen. Hollis French is on the campaign trail, running as a Democrat for lieutenant governor.
Second Alaska Cannabis Institute Seminar set for October: The Alaska Cannabis Institute released the schedule for its second seminar Thursday, part of the ongoing effort to get interested parties in on the ground floor of a possible marijuana industry, should legalization efforts succeed.
If you've seen a lot of long-haired men on Alaska's Kodiak Island, this might be the reason.
The proposed 500-MMcf/d pipeline could come into service by late 2020, earlier than a rival project proposed by , Miles Baker, director of external affairs with the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., told SNL Energy.
"Whatcha wanna eat? Also, do you want to be on Buying Alaska?" read a text message I received on Sunday night from my significant other, Zac.
Surrounded by workers employed by the oil industry, Gov. Sean Parnell signs Senate Bill 21 at a special event hosted by the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce in May 2013.
One's a former Republican legislator who pleaded guilty to felony conspiracy in 2011 as part of the FBI's investigation of Alaska political corruption.
From left, the former chair of the Arctic Council's SAO group and former president of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, Patrick Borbey; CanNor's vice-president, Mitch Bloom; Russia's Arctic ambassador, Anton Vasiliev; Finland's Arctic ambassador, Hannu Halinen; and Baffinland CEO Tom Paddon at a panel discussion on the future of ... (more)
The state faces a fine of at least $7,000 after a lawmaker attempted to ship bullets, a cigarette lighter and an aerosol can by air to Juneau without declaring them.
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