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Juneau man admits to shock collar abuse of beagle

A Juneau man will have to perform 80 hours of community service after admitting he left an electronic shock collar in the "on" position for two and half years on his dog.

Soldier dies nearly 3 months after hit by truck

Army officials say a Fort Wainwright soldier from Texas who was struck by a log-hauling truck near Salcha has died of his injuries almost three months later.

Prescription drug drop-off day set for Saturday

Prescription drug drop-off day set for SaturdayAlaskans can safely dispose of unwanted prescription drugs Saturday as part of the year's first National Drug Collection Day.

Drone task force passes Legislature

Drone task force passes LegislatureThe Alaska Legislature will have its own task force to tackle issues regarding drones.

US soldier in Alaska apologizes in espionage case

An Alaska-based soldier who has admitted to attempted espionage says he's sorry for his actions.

Oil tax reduction clears legislature on final day

Oil tax reduction clears legislature on final day

Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline near Fox. Photo by Rosemarie Alexander/KTOO.

A multi-billion dollar oil tax cut has passed the Alaska Legislature.  Senate Bill 21 was approved … more

Bill: Judicial Council shouldn’t make recommendations

Bill: Judicial Council shouldn’t make recommendationsThe Alaska Judicial Council would be barred from recommending whether judges should be retained under a bill proposed in the state House.

Alaska women face uphill battle according to new study

Alaska women face uphill battle according to new studyAlaska women earn less than men, were imprisoned at a higher rate during the last decade and are committing suicide at a rate twice the national average

Parnell declares this Tsunami Preparedness Week

Parnell declares this Tsunami Preparedness WeekGov. Sean Parnell has declared this Tsunami Preparedness Week in Alaska.

Judge rejects Alaska challenge to roadless rule

Judge rejects Alaska challenge to roadless ruleA U.S. District Court Judge in Washington, D.C., has rejected a challenge by the state of Alaska to the Clinton-era "roadless rule" for the Tongass National Forest.