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Tire expert testifies in Kodiak murder trial

Tire expert testifies in Kodiak murder trial

James Wells worked with the victims and claimed he was delayed that morning because he stopped to change a flat tire.

Inmate found dead at Eagle River women’s jail

Inmate found dead at Eagle River women’s jail

A 24-year-old inmate at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center has been found dead in her cell.

Savoonga carver dies in Nome

A well-known carver from Savoonga has died after he was hit while walking in Nome.

Family seeks answers in Alaska inmate’s death

A 20-year-old California parolee found dead in his Alaska jail cell was being held even though his case had been dismissed more than a week earlier.

ConocoPhillips to resume Kenai LNG shipments

ConocoPhillips to resume Kenai LNG shipments

ConocoPhillips says it will resume exports of liquefied natural gas from a Kenai Peninsula facility.

UAF injections probe may include ex-students

A UAF investigation of its medical assistant program has found that students may have been practicing injections with an unauthorized solution as far back as 2010.

Energy Department seeks methane hydrate proposals

Energy Department seeks methane hydrate proposals

The Department of Energy is looking for research proposals that could advance what’s known about methane hydrates, a potential new source of fossil fuel.

Senate passes proposed amendment on student loans

Senate passes proposed amendment on student loans

The Alaska Senate has passed a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at helping lower the cost of student loans.

Senate unanimously passes Erin’s Law

Senate unanimously passes Erin’s Law

The Alaska Senate has unanimously passed legislation aimed at sexual assault awareness and prevention programs in schools.

Coast Guard schedules Alaska change of command

Coast Guard schedules Alaska change of command

Rear Adm. Thomas Ostebo on June 12 will transfer authority to Rear Adm. Daniel Abel at a ceremony in Juneau.