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Juneau Chamber distances itself from US Chamber’s political ads

The U.S. Chamber has been running television attack ads in Alaska targeting incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.

Update: Fire warning widened to all of Southeast

Update: Fire warning widened to all of SoutheastA fire warning issued for parts of northern Southeast has been expanded to the whole region

Juneau Afternoon – 5/5/14

Juneau Afternoon – 5/5/14

Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon,  Ken Fix hosts.

We’ll highlight the Theatre at Latitude 58’s production of The Miracle Worker;

We’ll … more

Microsoft Releases Fix For Critical Internet Explorer Bug

Microsoft Releases Fix For Critical Internet Explorer BugMicrosoft has released a fix for a critical bug that affected its Internet Explorer browser. The vulnerability was so severe, it led the Department of Homeland Security to ask Americans to stop using the browser until a fix was released.

Two in custody in Tanana trooper slayings

Two in custody in Tanana trooper slayingsTwo men are in custody in connection with the deaths of two Alaska State Troopers in Tanana on Thursday

What To Do With A Whale Carcass? Question Looms Large In Small Town

What To Do With A Whale Carcass? Question Looms Large In Small TownTrout River (and nearby Rocky Harbour) is at the center of a debate about what to do with its decaying, methane-filled beast, which some residents fear might explode.

Marijuana Banking Bill Shelved In Colorado

Marijuana Banking Bill Shelved In ColoradoIt's OK to sell pot in Colorado, but there's still nowhere but the mattress to legally stash the proceeds.

Ukraine Launches Military Operation Against Separatists In The East

Ukraine Launches Military Operation Against Separatists In The EastUkrainian forces have launched what appears to be a major operation to rout pro-Russia forces from occupied government buildings in the country's east. Two helicopters were shot down by separatists, killing the pilots, both sides report.

55 Colleges, Universities Under Investigation For Abuse Claims

55 Colleges, Universities Under Investigation For Abuse ClaimsThe Department of Education has released a list of 55 colleges and universities facing investigation under Title IX for their handling of sexual abuse claims.

Ballot initiatives could boost younger, liberal voter turnout

Ballot initiatives could boost younger, liberal voter turnoutWhen the Republican-led Legislature went into overtime last week, they knocked a set of citizen’s initiatives onto an already packed November ballot.
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