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Sen. Begich criticizes US intelligence gathering — with comedy

Sen. Begich criticizes US intelligence gathering — with comedy

Juneau-based Alaska Robotics’ fourth installment of its satirical news series features its highest profile guest so far, Alaska Sen. Mark Begich.

After-school program asks Assembly for $48,500 funding

After-school program asks Assembly for $48,500 funding

It’s 4 o’ clock in the afternoon and 12-year-old John Barresi’s school day ended an hour ago. But the sixth grader is still hanging out at Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School working on a project.

Next winter’s marine highway schedule out

Next winter’s marine highway schedule out

Alaska Marine Highway officials want your comments of next fall and winter’s ferry sailings.

Exxon Valdez memories from Alaska’s Capitol still fresh 25 years later

Exxon Valdez memories from Alaska’s Capitol still fresh 25 years later

Memories are still fresh of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. The tanker ran aground 25 years ago today.

Witness memory tested during Yakutat homicide trial

Witness memory tested during Yakutat homicide trial

Yakutat lodge residents, employees try to remember July 1996 death of Sandra Perry

Bill would help fund two Southeast mines

Bill would help fund two Southeast mines

Two Southeast Alaska mines could get close to $300 million in state support under a bill moving through the Legislature.

Ferry workers’ testimony cut short again on salary bill

Ferry workers’ testimony cut short again on salary bill

For the second time this legislative session, Alaska Marine Highway workers were shut out from testifying against a bill that would cut their salaries.

State employees prepare to move from Douglas to Bill Ray Center

State employees prepare to move from Douglas to Bill Ray Center

Lauren Sill didn’t make the end-of-February deadline to rid her office space of personal items.

Southeast tribes meet about mining concerns

Southeast tribes meet about mining concerns

Southeast Alaska tribal leaders are meeting to discuss Canadian mines that could impact regional fisheries.

City wants citizen input on cell tower master plan

City wants citizen input on cell tower master plan

The second neighborhood meeting is March 27 at UAS.