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Federal regulators pause licensing process for Susitna-Watana dam

Federal regulators pause licensing process for Susitna-Watana damFederal regulators have agreed to put on hold the licensing process for the massive proposed Susitna-Watana dam in south-central Alaska.

Alaska LNG export project advances despite oil price fall

Alaska LNG export project advances despite oil price fallOfficials connected to Alaska's massive liquefied natural gas export project say falling oil prices haven't slowed it.

Number of women jailed in Alaska reaches all-time high

Number of women jailed in Alaska reaches all-time highAlaska's female prison population has reached an all-time high.

Reward offered for information on Juneau window vandal

Authorities in Juneau are offering hefty rewards to find a vandal who smashed the window of a pizza parlor.

Game, Fish boards meet to choose commissioner candidates

Alaskans could find out this week who will be nominated as the state's new commissioner of the Department of Fish and Game.

Alaska historian dies of cancer

Patricia Roppel, who wrote 13 books and more than 100 articles, many about the history of Southeast Alaska, has died.

Ketchikan man sentenced for Coast Guardsman assault

A 55-year-old Ketchikan man convicted of assaulting a Coast Guard officer has been sentenced to four years in federal prison and three years of supervised release.

Walker meets with Jewell, discusses King Cove road

Walker meets with Jewell, discusses King Cove roadGov. Bill Walker plans to visit King Cove.

Site south of Denali being looked at for possible dam

Site south of Denali being looked at for possible damA site south of Denali National Park and Preserve is being considered for a possible dam.

Alaska businesses begin pot sales before legal date

Alaska businesses begin pot sales before legal dateAlaska law enforcement representatives say an entrepreneur is breaking the law by openly selling marijuana ahead of the official legalization date.