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Alaska files appeal of gay marriage ruling

The state has asked to have an 11-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court review a lower court ruling that struck down Alaska's gay marriage ban.

Tanana youth speak out against sexual assault, marijuana legalization

Tanana youth speak out against sexual assault, marijuana legalizationThe group’s message is still the same: they don’t always feel safe or cared for and they want that to change, but now they’re also taking a stand against marijuana legalization.

In snub to successor, Palin endorses Walker

In snub to successor, Palin endorses WalkerWhen Sarah Palin stepped down as governor in 2009, she handed the reins to Republican Sean Parnell. Five years later, she’s working against his reelection.

More Juneau police to be out on Halloween

More Juneau police to be out on HalloweenJuneau police plan to have an additional nine officers working on Halloween.

Future of Sportsman’s Warehouse in Juneau unclear

Future of Sportsman’s Warehouse in Juneau unclearMeanwhile, several long-standing Nugget Mall businesses were forced to relocate to make room for the national chain

Wasilla principal says Congressman Young offended grieving school

Wasilla principal says Congressman Young offended grieving schoolThe principal of Wasilla High School says Congressman Don Young offended her students at a school assembly yesterday.

Tea party group cuts ad for Sullivan

Tea party group cuts ad for SullivanA national tea party group is endorsing Republican Dan Sullivan in Alaska's U.S. Senate race.

Juneau Afternoon – 10-23-14

Juneau Afternoon – 10-23-14

Thursday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Shona Strauser hosts.

We’ll talk with Melissa & Ginger Patterson & Rhonda Gardinier about this Saturday’s Morning at more

AFN president: Scheduling error canceled Sullivan-Mallott forum, not Sullivan

AFN president: Scheduling error canceled Sullivan-Mallott forum, not SullivanThe president of the Alaska Federation of Natives says Republican lieutenant governor candidate Dan Sullivan is not skipping out on a convention election forum as a press release from the Alaska Democratic Party claims.

Theft case dropped against former Sealaska executive

Theft case dropped against former Sealaska executiveBob Loescher was accused of theft for use of funds devoted to Southeast subsistence rights