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UA hopes survey will reveal true scope of sexual assault problem on campus

UA hopes survey will reveal true scope of sexual assault problem on campus"We want to have an understanding and ground truth how people feel sexual assault’s being dealt with on our campuses," says Michael O’Brien, university attorney.

Walker campaign releases Spanish-language commercial

Walker campaign releases Spanish-language commercialThe ad will be featured on Telemundo through election day.

Judge allows same-sex marriages to continue in Alaska

Judge allows same-sex marriages to continue in AlaskaU.S. District Court Judge Timothy Burgess denied the state's request for a stay

More Big Thorne timber sales announced

More Big Thorne timber sales announcedConservationists say the area where the sales are planned needs protection.

Juneau nonprofit bridges Spanish language gap

Juneau nonprofit bridges Spanish language gapPiedra de Ayuda started a Juneau branch last year that offers Spanish translation and interpretation services.

Alaska’s marriage license application gets a revision

Alaska’s marriage license application gets a revision"Before it was bride and groom. Now it says 'Party A' and 'Party B,'" says Phillip Mitchell, head of the Bureau of Vital Statistics

Sealaska subsidiary closes Kake office, lays off 3

Sealaska subsidiary closes Kake office, lays off 3The layoffs by the Sealaska subsidiary Managed Business Solutions comes after it losing a large contract.

Update: Federal judge strikes down Alaska’s gay marriage ban

Update: Federal judge strikes down Alaska’s gay marriage banFive gay couples challenged Alaska's same-sex marriage ban.

Southeast cities hot and cold on ballot measures

Southeast cities hot and cold on ballot measuresSoutheast Alaska voters shot down some tax changes and construction projects during the Oct. 7 municipal elections.

Juneau police chief apologizes for botched death notification

Juneau police chief apologizes for botched death notificationChief Bryce Johnson says no other agency is to blame for the incident