Modeling Indicates Fairbanks LNG Project is a Go; Federal Requirements Burden Small Medical Practices In Alaska; Troopers Arrest, Charge Teen With Arson For Delta-Area Fires; Air Force Cleans Up Cold War-Era Radio Site In Southeast; King Salmon Trolling Ends On Slow Note; Observations of Kachemak Cranes Paints Detailed Picture; Bluegrass Camp For Kids Goes Busking
Endorsements Fly In GOP Senate Race; Bob Williams Seeking Democratic Lieutenant Governor Nomination; Sec. Moniz: We Won’t Be Obstacle to Alaska Gas Exports; Bethel Man Recovering From Gunshot Wound After Altercation With Police; Vandals Drive Over Gravesites, Badly Damage Gazebo During Cemetery Joyride; Juneau Youth Services Offers Housing For At-Risk Teens, Young Adults; Brown Bear Hunting In Kenai Wildlife Refuge Could Be Closed For Year; Gov. Parnell Endorses Alaska as “Right to Mush” State
For the 2014 Primary Election, candidates from all contested Senate and House districts in the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Valley were invited to participate.
For the 2014 Primary Election, all unopposed candidates from Senate and House districts in the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Valley were invited to record a 2-minute statement.
Litigation Blamed For Port MacKenzie Rail Spur Delays; Assembly Repeals AO-37, Adopts New Ordinance But Mayor Considers Veto; AFCA Responds to State’s Challenge of Setnet Ruling; Children’s Home Featured at Bethel Cultural Center; One Company Bids In Sealed Bid Lease Sale; RFP Released For Alaska Class Day Boat Construction; Four-Day Southeast Troll Closure Starts This Weekend; Crew OK After Seiner Capsizes In Prince William Sound; Seldovia Tribe Awarded $40,000 For Cultural Preservation; Autopsy Reveals No Answers In Sea Lion Death
BC Mine’s Tailings-Dam Break Could Impact Southeast Salmon; Tanana River Bridge Eases Training Area Access For Military; APD Arrests Alleged Serial Rapist; Conservationists Line Up For Izembek Lawsuit; VA Stand Down Brings Benefits To Kuskokwim Veterans; Saxman Files Lawsuit Over Non-Rural Status; Linc Energy Pushes For Coal Exploration Near Tyonek; Fishermen Receive Fine, Probation For Fishing Violations; Begich Calls For Park Service To Honor Aleut Internment; Alaska Territorial Guard ‘Wall of Honor’ Dedicated in Bethel; Former Haines Exchange Student Now Living In War Zone
Alaska Native Family Takes Part In Circumpolar North Gathering; Voting Season Begins For Alaska Primary Election; Republican Senate Candidates Debate Social Issues; Anti-Marijuana Group Asks Muni To Pull Pro-Initiative Advertising; Troopers Looking for Missing Missouri Man on Willow Creek; 21 Mushers Add Their Names To 2015 Yukon Quest Roster; New Boat Lift Expected To Boost Wrangell’s Growing Marine Industry; New Eagle and Raven Totem Poles to Rise This Month; Wounded Warriors Go Fishing With Bethel Guide Company
Former Governor Sarah Palin Calls For Oil Tax Repeal; Dan Sullivan’s Mailers Target Opponent Mead Treadwell; Troopers Investigate Inmate Overdose at Juneau Prison; Former Creamery Executive Convicted in Fraud Case; Search Underway for Alaskan Missing in Costa Rica; Human Remains Found Believed to be Missing Man; Pollock Fleet Sees Spike in Squid Bycatch; Homer Chef to Represent Alaska at Alaska at National Seafood Cook-Off; AK: Moving On; 300 Villages: Cantwell
ASRC Gets Option To Buy Into Offshore Chukchi Drilling Operations; Gold Miners Push Back Against Nome Over ‘Negative Social Impacts’; NOAA Investigating Ferry, Humpback Collision; Higher Wildfire Potential Could Impact Northeastern Alaska Caribou Herds; GCI Completes Purchase of 3 Southeast TV Stations; No Plans Yet For Commercial Kuskokwim Opening; Aniak Youths Rescue Bald Eagle; Eight-Year-Old Busks For A Cause
KSM Mine Wins Environmental Approval From British Columbia Government; SEARHC to Receive $53 Million Settlement from Federal Government; Food Bank Seeks Donations After Spike in Users; In Tok, Some Grumbling Over Electricity Rate Hikes vs. Energy Sustainability; 2015 Yukon Quest Purse Over $127,000; Meetings To Highlight Southeast Transportation Projects; As Budget Deficit Looms, Juneau Assembly Eyes Tax Breaks; Parnell Signs Bill Honoring Late Walter Soboleff; Juneau Turns Out For Downtown Cleanup; Why Does Southeast Alaska Have A Daycare Crisis?
Southwest, Southeast Alaska Face Highest Risks From Ocean Acidification; Research Team Sets Out For Islands of Four Mountains; UA President Offered Bonus at Time of Budget Cuts; ConocoPhillips to Operate New Doyon Drill Rig; Questions Arise Over Profitability of Port MacKenzie; New UAF Vice Chancellor for Rural, Community & Native Ed; Why Juneau Should Be Next For Housing First; Peony Industry Blooming in Alaska
YouGov Model Shows Treadwell Within Reach of Begich; Campaign Profile: For Joe Miller, 2010 Looms Large; Seismologists Uncertain if Southeast Quake Activity is Related; Coalition Forms to Address Downtown Juneau Problems; Fecal Bacteria Contaminates Many Anchorage Waterways; Clearwater Lodge Owners Opt to Rebuild After Devastating Fire; Inaugural Beringia Arctic Games Brings Indigenous People Together in Russia
Earthquake Rattles Southeast Alaska, Likely Damaging Communications Network; State Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Partners Can Access Death Benefits; Complaint Filed Against Anti-Marijuana Campaign; Comments Sought on Possible Beaufort Lease Sale; Report Finds Beaufort Sea Oil Spill Response Inadequate; Officials Consider Proposed Federal Takeover of Kuskokwim Salmon Fishery; Usibelli Submits Coal Bed Methane Plan; AK: Welding; 300 Villages: Thorne Bay
Oil Tax Heavyweights Spar At Packed Debate; Effort to Ban Commercial Set Netting Moves Forward; Investigation Continues Into Tourist Train Derailment; Tribal Leaders Discuss Ambler Road; Over 11,000 Alaskans Receiving Health Insurance Refunds; Business leaders and Politicians Meet in Whistler BC for Economic Summit; Commercial Chum Bustling, But Causing Anger on the Yukon; Japanese Fishermen Visit Alaska for Ideas on Sustainability
EPA Rolls Out Proposed Restrictions on the Pebble Mine; Alaska Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Court Jurisdiction; State Confirms Rabies in Bat in Southeast Alaska; Diomede Helicopter Service Resumes; Governor Signs Bill in Bethel to Ease Autopsy Burden; Fort Yukon Plans New Landfill to Improve Safety, Facilitate More Recycling; AK: Weaving; 300 Villages: Dry Creek
NASA Testing Arctic Sea Ice Monitoring Technology With High-Flying Ex-Spy Plane; Report Investigates Coal Dust Hazards In Seward; Musk Ox Killed After Attacking Sled Dog; In Transition: When a Family of Five Calls One Room Home; FERC Nominee Approved Despite Murkowski’s Objection; Earthquake Rattles Yakutat; Felt in Whitehorse; No Damage Reported; Skiing on Eagle Glacier Connects Alaska to the World; People Mover Teams Up With Google To Make Bus Route Planning Easier
Tuck Fined $14,000 For Campaign Finance Violations; Kerry Names Ex-Coast Guard Boss Special Rep to Arctic; Murkowski Joins Democrats on Vote for Birth Control Coverage; Judge Blocks Law Limiting Medicaid Payments For Abortion; Authorities Investigate Explosion in Petersburg; Permitting Officials Explore Alternatives For Donlin Gold Mine; Alaska LNG Project Community Meeting Provides Questions and Hope; Fall Chum Season Opens on the Yukon; Arctic Climate Researchers Zoom in on Plankton; Scientists Find Climate Cooling Effect in Ancient Thermokarst Lakes