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The increase comes after four straight quarters of declining wages in 2016, compared to 2015. [Read More]
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The Crystal Serenity isn't scheduled to sail the Arctic route again, but a mega-yacht is poised to take its place in the future. [Read More]
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Every department at the company was affected. [Read More]
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The first will be finished at the end of this year and two others are set for 2018. [Read More]
While prices don't appear set to soar anytime soon, the fact that oil prices are stabilizing is a good thing, one economist said. [Read More]
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After a judge approved the sale of the company for $1 million, dozens of companies and individuals are still owed money. [Read More]
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The state lost about 4,800 jobs compared to the same month last year. [Read More]
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A state economist cautioned against reading too much into some of the numbers, because of Alaska's recession. [Read More]
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Anchorage police said the cow moose was also killed in the early-morning crash. [Read More]
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The sale of ADN for $1 million means the state's largest newspaper and news site avoids shutting down. [Read More]
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Unionized fuelers, mechanics and operators at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport were headed into negotiations with Menzies Aviation this week. [Read More]
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Some are concerned about the farmed Atlantic salmon coming to Alaska and bringing unwelcome competition for native species. [Read More]
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The men escaped sometime between 10 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday, the Department of Corrections said. [Read More]
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The loan means the newspaper will also be able to pay employee wages and past-due health insurance premiums. [Read More]
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A loan to keep the company operating through bankruptcy was not approved Friday. [Read More]
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The community will decide whether or not to allow the companies to operate in Ketchikan in October. [Read More]
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Owner Alice Rogoff told a bankruptcy court Thursday she has put at least $17 million into the newspaper. [Read More]
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The organization requires major restructuring, and is losing money at a rapid pace. [Read More]
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