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Fort Knox wants to expands onto federal land

Fort Knox wants to expands onto federal landA Fairbanks operator wants to expand its Fort Knox Gold Mine onto federal land.

Alaska harnesses power of tides, rivers, and waves

Alaska harnesses power of tides, rivers, and wavesWith 90 percent of the nation’s tidal power, and a good chunk of its wave and river energy, Alaska’s quickly become the epicenter for this budding technology.

Telephone scam threatens AELP customers

Telephone scam threatens AELP customersAnother telephone scam hit the capital city Wednesday

Aleutians prepare for more vessel traffic as Canadian pipeline advances

Aleutians prepare for more vessel traffic as Canadian pipeline advancesThe Canadian government gave conditional approval to the Northern Gateway pipeline in British Columbia. If it’s built, it’ll bring hundreds more oil tankers through the Bering Sea.

Tribes seek to intervene in lawsuit over Pebble

Tribes seek to intervene in lawsuit over PebbleA consortium of tribes is seeking to intervene in support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in a lawsuit challenging EPA's authority to potentially block the proposed Pebble Mine.

Parnell: Pipeline agreement signed

Parnell: Pipeline agreement signedSean Parnell says an agreement has been signed that allows for the next stage in pursuing a major liquefied natural gas project.

Avista buys AELP for $170 million

Avista buys AELP for $170 millionJuneau's Alaska Electric Light and Power has merged with Spokane-based Avista Corp.

U.S. House passes bill to open NPR-A

U.S. House passes bill to open NPR-AFor the second time in six months, the U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill aimed at greater oil industry access to the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.

Oil tax advocates spell out their case against referendum

A handful of leading advocates for the new oil tax regime made the case for keeping the law to a friendly audience on Wednesday.

B.C. mine developers defend near-border projects

B.C. mine developers defend near-border projectsWe’ve heard a lot about environmental damage from mines planned for northwest British Columbia, just across Alaska’s border. But we haven’t heard a lot from mine advocates. Now, we have.