The chief executive of CKE Holdings, the parent company of Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr., is an outspoken critic of raising the minimum wage and increasing overtime and workplace safety regulations.
New satellite photos suggest Russia is preparing to base new nuclear-capable missiles in its Baltic enclave between Lithuania and Poland. The missiles are likely meant as a warning to the West.
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South African Chris Bertish has set out from the coast of Africa with the intent to become the first person to cross the Atlantic alone on a stand-up paddleboard — though he’s not the first to try.
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An injured fisherman was medevaced from Pybus Bay, 50 miles east of Sitka.
A second day of search efforts are underway for a plane that went missing Wednesday between Port Alsworth and Anchorage.
The search continues for two people that went missing Tuesday night after they abandoned a sinking ship north of Unalaska Bay.
Alaska State Troopers are trying to identify a person found dead in a truck that burned in a ditch along the Steese Highway.
The Bethel Fire Department responded to a structure fire over the weekend with no injuries reported.
Kodiak and military officials are meeting to help assuage community concerns about military exercises in the Gulf of Alaska.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly revisited the topic of invocations at their Dec. 6 meeting. For the last four months, they have debated whether to restrict who is allowed to give the invocation, or prayer, that begins each Assembly meeting.
The city of Sitka has been using diesel generators to fulfill resident’s increasing power demands as a hydroelectric plant remains shut down for repairs.