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Lawyers argue over where the money went in Whaling Commission theft case

Federal prosecutors say former Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission director Maggie Ahmaogak stole more than $420,000.

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 10

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 10

Closing arguments are planned for Thursday afternoon in the trial of John N. Marvin, Jr.

Hundreds of millions in bonds on ballot

Alaska voters are being asked to decide hundreds of millions of dollars in construction bonds in the upcoming general election.

Begich continues raising money ahead of 2014

U.S. Sen. Mark Begich continues to raise money ahead of his 2014 re-election bid.

Bass Pro Shop announces Anchorage location

A second major outdoor retailer from the Midwest has announced plans to open an Anchorage store.

Prosecution rests, defense moves for judgment of acquittal in Marvin case

Defense said there was not enough evidence to find accused killer guilty beyond a reasonable doubt

New research examines why Alaska students drop out of school

New research examines why Alaska students drop out of school

Good teaching, academic challenges and school atmosphere are keys to staying in school for at-risk students, according to research by the Association of Alaska School Boards.

Shell concludes exploratory drilling operations in Arctic Ocean

Shell concludes exploratory drilling operations in Arctic Ocean

Shell Oil wrapped up its exploratory drilling season in the Arctic yesterday.

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