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Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell signed his oil tax change into law at a meeting of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce May 21.
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An Alaska law enforcement panel is revoking the certification of nearly a dozen former police officers, state troopers and state Department of Corrections workers.
Don Young missed the session. Aides said Thursday that Young, a 21st-term Fort Yukon Republican who is Alaska’s sole representative in the House, was hunting antelope when the Natural Resources Committee’s energy subcommittee met Wednesday to consider the legislation.
The surviving pilot Kevin Earp, of Eagle River, told investigators he did not hear the other pilot on a frequency commonly used in that area, according to an NTSB factual report released this week.
The devastation of war is real enough when beamed into living rooms from across thousands of miles.
New shuttle ferries are slated to be built at the Ketchikan Shipyard, operated by Alaska Ship and Drydock.
Belching ash and spewing lava, Pavlof Volcano in Alaska has been erupting for ten days - and Nasa today released this remarkable picture of it, taken by crew on board the International Space Station.
Army officials say 50 soldiers are due back in Alaska on Friday following a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan.
U Kon Echelon cyclists gave their lungs and thighs an intense early-season workout Sunday at the Skagway Hill Climb.
Shawn Shipman was in second place with a 70.4 lbs. halibut. The Whitehorse, Yukon Territory resident caught the fish May 19, 2013 on the Dan Orion.
How do you find a home when you find yourself away from the land you've grown up in? For Native Alaskans who have left the village for the big city, for young Alaskans who have moved to the Lower 48 to find careers and for new Alaskans who have left homes Outside, that can be a common theme.
An Anchorage lawmaker plans to introduce a bill in the next legislative session that would overhaul Alaska's conflict of interest rules.
The 2013 recipients of the First Lady's Volunteer of the Year Awards were chosen by an executive committee of Alaskan community members.
Volcanologists who monitor eruptions of Alaskan volcanoes are scrambling to cope with US federal budget cuts - even as the Pavlof volcano, 1,000 kilometres southwest of Alaska's biggest city, Anchorage, spouts a towering ash plume that is threatening plane flights.
The 2012 Women of Achievement honorees have been chosen by the YWCA. Our honorees this year are as follows: Ellen Arvold, Owner/President Second Run; Edith Bailey, Retired Captain Public Health Service; Lori Brewer, Owner Sappore Coffee Inc., Caffe D'arte; Doreen Brown, Supervisor, Title VII Education, Anchorage School District; Dr.
Can there be a more suspenseful man-against-nature story than the history of the airplane in Alaska? For 100 years, pilots there have contended with the hazards of mountain flying, the unpredictability of weather, and the vast, wild spaces to be crossed.