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Click here to view this item from anchoragepress.com. [Read More]
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James Moen told police he abused young girls in Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. [Read More]
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A Soldotna man admitted his role in a trafficking ring that sold the drug 'spice,' a mix of plants and mind-altering chemicals, all over the... [Read More]
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Here's what Alaska's charter fleet is actually doing. [Read More]
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Stuart Merchant of Klawock received a rare sentence: He may not enter a boat in Alaska waters for 12 months. [Read More]
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Across k-12 Alaska students are not making the grade in math and language arts. [Read More]
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Recounting a few memories and quips to celebrate the fact that fellow Alaskans never quite got around to throwing me out of the state. [Read More]
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Both student enrollment and graduation rates at UAA are down. But UAA officials say they are not worried, as they hope the new numbers mean... [Read More]
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The Anchorage Police Department says community members engaged in a high-speed pursuit of a stolen vehicle Thursday night. The community members have apparently recovered multiple... [Read More]
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About 35 people came to remember their loved ones or to show support for friends struggling with addiction. [Read More]
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DIY your own bouquet... [Read More]
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By all accounts, the head nurse at the University of Utah Hospital's burn unit was professional and restrained when she told a Salt Lake City... [Read More]
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The state wants to intervene on the side of President Donald Trump in a lawsuit brought by conservation groups over drilling in the U.S. Arctic... [Read More]
House Speaker Paul Ryan said it is up to Congress to determine the fate of the immigrants enrolled in Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which... [Read More]
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Looks like a way to pad state coffers under the guise of public health -- Alaska and the rest of the states have been here... [Read More]
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A financing deal announced Friday means the facility used by thousands of Alaskans for indoor sports is on track to reopen in mid-November, nearly a... [Read More]
Hacker infiltration efforts were broader than previously disclosed, and state and federal agencies have conducted few forensic inquiries. [Read More]
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The White House has signaled to congressional Republicans that it will not shut down the government in October if money isn't appropriated to build a... [Read More]
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At a press event held Friday morning, 'The Dome' board of directors announced a deal to repair, rebuild and re-open the facility to the public... [Read More]
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