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District’s budget proposes maintaining class sizes, cuts to activities

District’s budget proposes maintaining class sizes, cuts to activitiesOf the $2 million worth of budget cuts, the largest is almost $700,000 for high school activities.

Iditarod mushers prepare for new route through Interior Alaska

Iditarod mushers prepare for new route through Interior AlaskaThe Ceremonial start of the 43rd Iditarod Monday filled Downtown Anchorage with dogs, fans, and snow trucked in from Goose Lake.

Re-entry program gives inmates hope to succeed inside and out

Re-entry program gives inmates hope to succeed inside and outThe Success Inside and Out event offers soon-to-be-released inmates resources for when they’re released.

New Tongass chief from Southwest U.S.

New Tongass chief from Southwest U.S.Earl Stewart will take over as Tongass forest supervisor in May. He's moving up from Arizona, where he’s in charge of the Coconino National Forest.

Car strikes, kills loose Iditarod dog on Anchorage street

The 3-year-old husky was part of the team brought to Alaska by Lachlan Clarke of Buena Vista, Colorado.

New Anchorage museum “lab” sparks innovation

New Anchorage museum “lab” sparks innovationWhat do buckets, disco balls, circuits, and marbles have in common? They’re all part of the Anchorage Museum’s attempt to spark innovation in their new interactive exhibit.

Slideshow: Early learning supporters march on Capitol

Slideshow: Early learning supporters march on CapitolThe rally had a Dr. Seuss theme for "Horton Hears a Who" -- they want lawmakers to hear their support for early education.

Juneau musher remembers racing in Iditarod

Juneau musher remembers racing in IditarodBruce Denton of Juneau came in 10th place in 1982.

Transgender support group starts in Juneau

Transgender support group starts in Juneau"I want to reach people who feel alone in their differentness," says one of the groups organizers Zeif Parish.

“One Hot Mess” gets national attention

“One Hot Mess” gets national attentionJuneau writer Libby Bakalar’s blog "One Hot Mess” is getting national attention from the Women in Comedy Festival.