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Methamphetamine use, most often called meth, has increased dramatically in Alaska. According to the state department of health and social services meth hospitalizations went up... [Read More]
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It was an historic day for the State of Alaska and the United States as Governor Bill Walker signed the five-party joint development agreement (JDA)... [Read More]
Tuesday evening at the Anchorage assembly meeting many people came out to talk about the A 10-cent per gallon gasoline tax in Anchorage. [Read More]
Prosecutors say there aren't enough of them on the job to prosecute cases as the way they should be. This week Alaska Attorney General Jahna... [Read More]
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Author Kim SunÃ... [Read More]
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Bean's Cafe says it has had to increase the amount of money it spends on staffing because of security concerns. Executive director Lisa Sauder says... [Read More]
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In this video Soderstrom talks about the progression of the opioid problems in Alaska and how it could be stopped. [Read More]
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An Alaska Native corporation leader, Tara Sweeney, is being nominated by President Trump to oversee Indian Affairs for the U.S. Department of Interior. [Read More]
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Want a flex schedule? Interested in more family time or want to be work in a group environment? Fill our a survey from the Anchorage... [Read More]
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Residents on Silver Fox Lane say their street is unsafe and in need of upgrades like sidewalks, lighting and signs to caution drivers to slow... [Read More]
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Tuesday morning, a group of Hansen Kirkpatrick's family and teachers revealed the new plaque, as they honored the young man. The Wasilla resident and graduate... [Read More]
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This Friday will be the second fundraiser at Romig Middle school for the people in Puerto Rico who lost almost everything because of Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
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Anchorage police arrest an Eagle River 'theft ring' last Tuesday, after neighbors place numerous phone calls about suspicious activity. [Read More]
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An Anchorage woman says she's trying to figure out how to get her donations down to Puerto Rico, but the costs are massive. Plus, the... [Read More]
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Anchorage resident Alaina Thiessen's Yukon was stolen this past Sunday, and she got it back by Thursday night. However, now is not the time to... [Read More]
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Two Anchorage police officers will begin regular patrols of the Seward Highway along Turnagain Arm starting Oct. 1, 2017, through March of 2018. [Read More]
Prominent Alaska storyteller, artist and performer, Jack Dalton, pleaded guilty to attempted sexual assault of a minor in the second degree Wednesday morning as part... [Read More]
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Anchorage Police and prosecutors want more options to tackle the increase in vehicle thefts. [Read More]
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For the past several months the students at Huffman along with volunteers have grown vegetables, which were harvested on Friday. The produce will be donated... [Read More]
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The Alaska Literacy Program started in the 1970s. According to ALP's website more than 1,000 people learn English through the program yearly. [Read More]
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