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The Alaska Democratic Party is getting a boost from a group in Washington, D.C., that's dedicated to preserving the Democrats' fragile majority in the U.S. Senate.
Stoney Creek Canopy Adventures, a new zip line operation in Seward, offers 8 zips, three aerial walkways and two rappels during a three-hour tour.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said in a phone interview with Alaska Dispatch News on Tuesday that she plans to speak out against oil company-funded efforts to maintain the oil tax structure put in place in January.
Sarah Palin is the governor of Alaska, and a hugely popular one, with approval ratings hovering in the 90 percent range.
OPINION: In my professional experience, the passage of SB 21 has triggered more capital investment in Alaska's North Slope, and that's key to continued prosperity.
Bill Walker, who finished behind Parnell in the 2010 gubernatorial primary and is running this time as an independent, brought in nearly $260,000, $170,000 of which he personally contributed.
Three weeks ago, the Supreme Court issued a very disappointing verdict in Burwell v.
A Keen's myotis bat captured in Juneau in 2011. Another bat of the same species was found on Prince of Wales Island in 2014 and discovered to be infected with rabies -- just the third such case in Alaska since 1971.
An airplane prepares to drop retardant on a fire burning on the edge of Browns Lake in the Funny River neighborhood of Soldotna on Saturday afternoon, May 24, 2014.
The companies pursuing a major liquefied natural gas project in Alaska have applied for an export license with the U.S. Department of Energy.
Last week, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner released a letter to a Virgin Islands official releasing U.S. territories from insurance requirements mandated by the 2010 health care overhaul law.
Four years after passage of the Affordable Care Act, we can move past partisan rhetoric and see what impact this law is having.
Alaska Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell would like to tell Sen. Mark Begich "you are no Ted Stevens," paraphrasing the line that the late Sen. Lloyd Bentsen used to skewer Sen. Dan Quayle in the 1988 vice presidential debate.
Something foul is in the air in Fairbanks, Alaska's Golden Heart city, and this time it's not woodsmoke smog.
Alaskans will get their chance to vote on petroleum taxes at the primary election Tuesday, Aug. 19. This commentary sets out the issue's basic history, poses some questions to consider before the polls open, and ends by letting you know where you can get some answers.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:13 am
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