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USDA files complaint against Alaska university for muskoxen deaths

USDA files complaint against Alaska university for muskoxen deaths

The USDA has accused the UAF of possible Animal Welfare Act violations in the starvation deaths of 12 musk oxen at its large-animal research station.

Man escapes with minor injuries in Juneau airport incident

A worker at the Juneau International Airport was treated and released after a small explosion involving a de-icing machine.

Gov handles range of questions in online town hall

Gov handles range of questions in online town hall

Gov. Sean Parnell says repealing the state’s oil tax structure would “kill” oil production.

Man pleads guilty to harassing bear hunters

A Petersburg man who kept a hunter from shooting a black bear has pleaded guilty to harassment.

Parnell holding virtual town hall

Parnell holding virtual town hall

Gov. Sean Parnell is hosting an online town hall Wednesday.

Hughes apologizes for news release headline

Hughes apologizes for news release headline

Alaska House members apologize for a news release on a breastfeeding initiative that had the words “smart and sexy” in the headline.

Family members testify in Kodiak homicide case

The sister and brother-in-law of James Wells say he became irate when the topic of their deaths came up two months later.

Westboro Baptist Church plans Alaska Native center protest

The Westboro Baptist Church says in an online flyer published Sunday that it plans to send protesters to the center because “God hates your idols.”

John Luther Adams wins Pulitzer for ‘Become Ocean’

John Luther Adams wins Pulitzer for ‘Become Ocean’

Former Fairbanks resident John Luther Adams has won a Pulitzer Prize for his composition “Become Ocean.”

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.