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OPINION: Columnist Alan Boraas argues that the oil industry's purpose is profit from Alaska, not progress for Alaska.
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Sen. Hollis French is on the campaign trail, running as a Democrat for lieutenant governor.
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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.
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If you've seen a lot of long-haired men on Alaska's Kodiak Island, this might be the reason.
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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.
15 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
"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.
17 hrs ago | Alaska Journal of Commerce
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.
Editor's note: In this issue, you'll find a comprehensive look at the issues surrounding the upcoming Aug. 19 election that will decide whether Alaska keeps the oil tax reform bill passed in 2013 or returns to the previous system known as ACES, or Alaska's Clear and Equitable Share, that was in place from 2007 until the end of 2013.
The chief of staff for the Alaska Veterans Affairs Health Care System said July 3 that recruitment of doctors and nurses is one of the biggest challenges the system faces.
An Anchorage woman has been placed under arrest for her connection with an online commercial sex trafficking network perpetrated in multiple Alaska cities, Alaska State Troopers officials report.
As President Barack Obama travels to Texas this week to grapple with a surge of migrants hitting the border there, tea party darling Joe Miller is highlighting immigration as a key issue in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Alaska that's currently held by Democrat Mark Begich.
The National Marine Fisheries Service is working on a draft policy that could incorporate more consideration of marine recreational fishing in management actions.
Humpback whales in North Pass between Lincoln Island and Shelter Island in the Lynn Canal north of Juneau.
The Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race is spreading out rest periods during the race, a move officials say will ensure better rested dog teams.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 09:21 pm
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