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Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Office officials are spending the winter reviewing the results of last year's drilling campaign and preparing for another at their... [Read More]
The Marijuana Control Board postponed action until April on whether to legalize onsite consumption facilities after running out of time in its two-day meeting in... [Read More]
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General Communications Inc. posted a net loss of $9 million in third quarter as subscriber declines continue in cable TV, data and wireless customers. [Read More]
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A pair of small companies working in Cook Inlet are trying to overcome funding shortfalls stemming from the State of Alaska not yet making good... [Read More]
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Brooks Range Petroleum Corp. leaders are asking state regulators for another year to bring their small and long-delayed North Slope oil project to fruition. [Read More]
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It's going to be a busy winter for ConocoPhillips. [Read More]
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Gov. Bill Walker and his gasline team touted an agreement signed Nov. 8 with three Chinese mega-corporations as the largest step the state has ever... [Read More]
As a kid, what was your favorite toy? [Read More]
There's new math, old math and just plain crazy math, which best describes the latest formula from Sens. Berta Gardner and Tom Begich to close... [Read More]
Fewer men and women went out fishing in Alaska last year, in a familiar cycle that reflects the vagaries of Mother Nature. [Read More]
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Amazon is opening a "big door" to Alaska's small business entrepreneurs, inviting them to sell their goods and services via the shopping giant's network. [Read More]
Alaska Communications Systems Group Inc. reported modest 0.4 percent gains as revenues increased in third quarter to $56.7 million with growth attributed to advancements in... [Read More]
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A certain "flying cow" will be remembered long after it's left Puerto Rico. [Read More]
Pat Leary was recently hired as the new senior vice president of Technical Services for Sitnasuak Applied Technologies LLC based in Anchorage, a subsidiary of... [Read More]
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The 10th annual Startup Weekend Nov. 10-12 brought out seven teams and about 45 participants spending 58 hours on a weekend researching and vetting new... [Read More]
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So far this year, Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office investigations show more notices of violations were handed out to bars than to marijuana operations by... [Read More]
The Alaska House isn't giving up on the special legislative session, even though the Senate has called it quits. The House majority coalition on Monday... [Read More]
Tags: Senate - House - special
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The Port of Anchorage is no more. No, it did not slough off into Cook Inlet overnight, though parts of it have. Rather, the Anchorage... [Read More]
Gov. Bill Walker's administration announced a big step forward for the $40 billion Alaska LNG Project late Wednesday in the form of a multi-level agreement... [Read More]
A year ago to the day from this writing, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in a political upset for the ages that both Democrats and... [Read More]
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