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A neighborly dispute over property lines in the Willoughby District has escalated to chainsawing a tree, police calls and an unwelcome alteration of Twilight Cafe’s award winning storefront.
Activists say climate change and the risk of an oil spill make drilling in the Arctic Ocean a dangerous mistake.
A new legal opinion from the attorney general affirms the Violence Against Women Act’s precedence over state law.
“It’s something that’s been passed down one generation to the next and it’s still with us today and it still works,” says artist Wayne Price.
Master Gardener Ed Buyarski shares his Mom’s quick and easy brine recipe for pickling cucumbers, zucchini, peas, beans, and other vegetables.
Rep. Tammie Wilson claims she’s heard hundreds of problematic stories regarding Alaska foster children, many with common elements.
Alaska State Troopers identified Homer resident Anders Gustafson, executive director of the Renewable Resources Coalition, as the fourth person charged with stealing oysters from a farm in Kachemak Bay.
Wassily was booked on a third degree sexual assault charge and held on $10,000 bail pending arraignment.
The proposed tobacco tax would generate an estimated $1.2 million a year in new revenue. The draft ordinance calls for directing up to 15 percent of income toward smoking cessation programs.
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Alaska State Troopers say one person is dead and numerous others are injured in a highway crash involving at least seven vehicles, including a tour bus.
An appeals court has reversed a man’s drug conviction after determining an Anchorage police officer improperly searched his car.
Troopers say the plants were in the possession of two Nome residents released from custody from previous arrests.
Jessica Beagley in 2011 was convicted of misdemeanor child abuse for punishing her adopted Russian son by putting hot sauce into his mouth.
Alaska and Chukotka Natives have historically been linked to the Chukotka region, and many are still related.
The icebreaker made its way to the Pacific Ocean after authorities forced the demonstrators from the river and the St. Johns Bridge.
An Anchorage methadone clinic is turning people away as they wait for the state to send its grant award notice for the coming fiscal year.
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A doctor’s mother loved medicines and their potential for miracles, but she always sought to ditch them the moment she felt better. Her mental health problems eventually overwhelmed her.
In Puerto Rico, poverty and lax rules have stranded about 300,000 dogs as strays. So, rescue groups are sending many of those dogs to the mainland — and trying to change attitudes on the island.
One report shows that state courts are twice as likely to incarcerate Native teens for minor crimes like truancy and alcohol use. Another, that alternatives like treatment programs are more effective.
Conventional farmers use millions of pounds of pesticides each year to protect crops from weeds and insects. When those chemicals drift to neighboring property, they can ruin crops on organic farms.