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Your Alaska Link had the opportunity to sit down with 2018 Lt. Gubernatorial Candidate Edie Grunwald of Palmer, who is running on the Republican ticket. [Read More]
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The Kuskowkim River is holding a 24-hour gillnet opening today in state waters, that runs from this morning at 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Wednesday... [Read More]
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The Juneau Superior Court ruled that the capital city was correct in demolishing an unsafe apartment building that caught on fire twice, among having other... [Read More]
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The Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation is currently participating in the 2018 Defense Communities National Summit this week, being held in Washington, D.C. [Read More]
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The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services is celebrating after being named one of the most improved states in childhood vaccinations. [Read More]
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The State of Alaska is no stranger to prosecutorial misconduct following the indictment of Senator Ted Stevens in 2008. It's even closer to home now.... [Read More]
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A new Miss Alaska and Miss Alaska's Outstanding Teen were crowned this weekend. Meet Courtney and Jazzie. [Read More]
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The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce held its weekly "Make it Monday" forum; we had the chance to speak with its President Bruce Bustamante about today's... [Read More]
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The 2017 Census of Employment and Wages was recently released, that revealed Juneau's public-sector and private-sector wages on average have taken a dip from 2016,... [Read More]
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Fairbanks Mayor Jim Matherly checked in with Your Alaska Link, about a recent Alaska Supreme Court decision, that sided with the city. [Read More]
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If you've ever received a letter from the IRS, you know the moment of panic it can cause. However, it's usually fixed with a few... [Read More]
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Your Alaska Link sat down with 2018 Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Hawkins, who revealed his vision for Alaska, if elected governor. [Read More]
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During tonight's newscast, Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly Member Van Lawrence joins us with an update from last night's Assembly meeting. [Read More]
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Sports and subsistence fishing is set to close tomorrow, June 16th at the Buskin River and Afognak Bay, as a result of really small escapement... [Read More]
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Today in Washington, D.C., U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski's FY 2019 Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, passed out of the whole Appropriations Committee with... [Read More]
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A delegation from the Walker Administration recently returned from Marshall, after examining its continuing pubic safety crisis, after the village called for a declaration of... [Read More]
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The Chitina personal use dip-net fishery is set to be closed on Monday, as a result of low red salmon returns, as reported by the... [Read More]
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Earlier today, Governor Bill Walker ratified four pieces of major legislation into law, including Senate Bill 26. [Read More]
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Today between noon and midnight, a commercial chum salmon opening is being held on the lower Yukon River in District 1, as reported by KYUK. [Read More]
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As Alaska's 2018 gubernatorial race unfolds, Your Alaska Link sat down with Democratic candidate and former U.S. Senator Mark Begich, about his political hopes this... [Read More]
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