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Former union organizer sentenced for forging signatures

Skye Rubadeau McRoberts implicated in scheme to forge interest cards

John Kerry To German Students: Americans Have ‘Right To Be Stupid’

John Kerry To German Students: Americans Have ‘Right To Be Stupid’

In his first foreign trip as Secretary of State, John Kerry defended America’s civil liberties during his talk with German students.

Telling Tales 2/26/13

Telling Tales 2/26/13

Tuesday’s show is being dedicated to my dear friend Yvonne Young. You are missed.

“Money Tree” by Nalo Hopkinson… more

Fast ferry lawsuit could be settled before trial

Fast ferry lawsuit could be settled before trial

The State of Alaska and German engine builders say they’re close to an agreement

Sealaska, UAS official headed for trial on DUI charge

Joseph Nelson was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence

Scientists Trace Origin Of Destructive Russia Meteor

Scientists Trace Origin Of Destructive Russia Meteor

Scientists from Colombia believe they have pinpointed the origin of the giant meteor that smashed into a remote region of Russia earlier this month, injuring more than 1,000 people.

Donations Pour In For Homeless Man Who Returned Ring He Got By Mistake

Donations Pour In For Homeless Man Who Returned Ring He Got By Mistake

Nearly $152,000 has been donated online to help Billy Ray Harris, a homeless man in Kansas City who returned an engagement ring to the woman who accidentally left it in a cup he uses to collect change.

In Discussion About Internet Privacy, It Comes Down To Expectation Versus Reality

In Discussion About Internet Privacy, It Comes Down To Expectation Versus Reality

Do you expect that your email communications are private? That police, for example, need the OK from a judge before they dig through your email or the GPS data transmitted by your phone?

Tourist Tragedy In Egypt: Hot Air Balloon Catches Fire; Many Aboard Killed

Tourist Tragedy In Egypt: Hot Air Balloon Catches Fire; Many Aboard Killed

A hot air balloon carrying tourists on a flight over historic sites around the ancient Egyptian city of Luxor caught fire Tuesday.

AEL&P files to study Sheep Creek hydroelectric project feasibility

AEL&P files to study Sheep Creek hydroelectric project feasibility

Alaska Electric Light and Power has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to investigate the feasibility of a Sheep Creek hydroelectric project.