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House rejects license perk for same-sex partners

House rejects license perk for same-sex partners

The Alaska House has rejected extending a proposed perk for military spouses to same-sex partners of military members.

Alaska Senate passes sweeping crime bill

Alaska Senate passes sweeping crime bill

The Alaska Senate unanimously passed a sweeping crime bill Friday in the hopes of stemming Alaska’s rising inmate population.

Senate Education hears grants for correspondence

The Alaska Senate Education Committee plans a Monday hearing a bill for creating a grant program to assist correspondence studies.

Weekend storm diverts 14 flights from Anchorage

A winter storm that hit Anchorage forced 14 flights to be diverted from Stevens International Airport.

Aliy Zirkle maintains lead out of Shaktoolik

Aliy Zirkle maintains lead out of Shaktoolik

Team of Jeff King followed her about an hour later

Aliy Zirkle maintains Iditarod lead, reaches coast

Martin Buser’s team is less than an hour behind

State of Alaska sues over North Pole refinery contamination

State of Alaska sues over North Pole refinery contamination

Lawsuit claims that Flint Hills Resources and Williams Alaska should pay for cleaning up sulfolane in North Pole

Boy charged with felonies in Fairbanks shooting

30-year-old male victim injured in Feb. 25 home invasion

Man charged with murder says woman died in fall

A 26-year-old Quinhagak man charged with the murder of a 25-year-old village woman told troopers she died after she fell and hit her head on a board outside his home.

Parnell: 2014 should be education session

Parnell: 2014 should be education session

Gov. Parnell says he will introduce legislation to increase school operating funds.