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Empty Chair Project recognizes Juneau’s Japanese WWII internees

Empty Chair Project recognizes Juneau’s Japanese WWII interneesMore than 200 people attended the dedication ceremony for a bronze sculpture recognizing Southeast Alaska's internees

Air Force delays scrapping HAARP; UAF seeks takeover deal

Air Force delays scrapping HAARP; UAF seeks takeover dealThe Air Force has agreed to delay its plans to demolish the $300 million HAARP research facility near Glennallen.

Coast Guard shooter to serve four consecutive life terms

Coast Guard shooter to serve four consecutive life terms63-year-old James Wells was sentenced today to four consecutive life sentences for a double murder at the Kodiak Coast Guard Base two years ago.

Veteran bikes 5,800 miles to honor fallen military, ends in Juneau

Veteran bikes 5,800 miles to honor fallen military, ends in JuneauFor 120 days, Tom von Kaenel rode his bike solo from Key West, Florida, to Juneau, Alaska.

Questions remain despite successful missile defense test

Questions remain despite successful missile defense testA physicist with the Union of Concerned Scientists is calling the Ground Based Midcourse Missile Defense System, less than proven.

Remains of 17 servicemen identified from 1952 crash on Colony Glacier

Remains of 17 servicemen identified from 1952 crash on Colony GlacierThe remains of 17 service members who died in a 1952 plane crash near Mount Gannett have been identified by the Department of Defense.

Begich painted as soft on VA scandal

Begich painted as soft on VA scandalAlleging a senator is indifferent to vets is serious anywhere. Even more so in Alaska, which has the highest number of vets per capita.

New Coast Guard District 17 commander brings Arctic experience

New Coast Guard District 17 commander brings Arctic experienceNew District 17 commander Rear Adm. Dan Abel says he's ready to carry on the Coast Guard's Arctic mission

Missile defense budget shows continued Alaska role

Missile defense budget shows continued Alaska roleThe Pentagon is asking Congress for money to overhaul the missile defense system. The budget request shows Alaska is likely to remain a key part of the system.

Anchorage rated satisfactory in Veterans Affairs audit

Anchorage rated satisfactory in Veterans Affairs auditNinety-nine percent of veterans seeking medical appointments from the Anchorage VA are seen within 30 days.